Pontiac Lady's Blue Beauty

1965 coupe in Blue Charcoal – a gorgeous color! Tri-power, automatic, 8-lugs, air, power steering & brakes. Nice ride!

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Stunning 1966 2+2 convertible in Montero Red with red interior. Nicely equipped with air & automatic – a great cruiser!

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Fathom Blue with 8-lugs – great combo on a ’67. Kind of gives a new meaning to BIG Pontiac. Love the license tag!

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1965 Sports Coupe

1965 Sports Coupe in Mayfair Maize. This color was featured in some of the original print ads for the 1965 2+2's. The Parchment interior includes tachometer, automatic console & sports steering wheel.

Engine bay photo reveals a fully optioned car with factory a/c, power steering & brakes, Tri-Power carburetion. Pretty crammed for back-in-the-day (nearly empty by today's standard). There is some disagreement as to whether the 421 emblem on the fan guard is correct for 1965. Some say it only came on the 1966 models. Chime in on the forum with your opinion.

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Teal Turquoise with a Cameo top, 4-speed, Tri-Power, air – what more could you want in a ’65 coupe?

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1965 coupe, Fontaine Blue with Blue Charcoal interior.

Also shown at Raceway Park in Englishtown, NJ, with the Super Shootout group, getting ready to blow the cobwebs off the WH-code 421 engine.

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1986 Aero Coupe

1986 Grand Prix Aero Coupe. Interesting tag – wonder if they dropped a 502" BBC in it?

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1967 coupe with air in Tyrol blue. Last year of the B-body 2+2’s.

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1967 convertible, gold with Parchment interior. Nicely accented with the best ever aftermarket wheel – American Torque Thrusts.

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1965 Sports Coupe

1965 Sports Coupe in Blue Charcoal, red line tires on 8-lug wheels. Beautiful!

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This website is a revival and major enhancement of the Pontiac 2+2 Registry formerly run by Larry Kosek. We've accomplished a lot so far, but it's still very much a work in progress! Our ultimate goals are to: 


  • Build and maintain a comprehensive, web-accessible database which will become the authoritative source for information on the Pontiac 2+2


  • Record historical data on the original production specifications for these automobiles


  • Confirm and publish information about the current ownership, location and present state of all known Pontiac 2+2's


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