December 3, 2020

The Car History of Alex Beloff III

THE WHITE 1964 PONTIAC GRAND PRIX WAS FORMERLY OWNED BY THE AUTHOR OF MY MONTHLY NEWSLETTERS AND LITERARY ADVISORY, NORMAN OF INDIANAPOLIS.  HE BUYS A NEW PONTIAC GRAND PRIX FROM ME ALMOST EVERY YEAR.  IT HAS EVERY CONCEIVABLE FEATURE INCLUDING POWER WING VENTS.  HE NEVER WENT FOR 421 OR TRI-POWER.  THE 389 4-BBL FACTORY POWER PLANT WAS SUFFICIENT FOR HIS NEEDS.  I WAS HAPPY TO ACQUIRE NORMAN’S CAR IN 1967.  NOTE A HOUSEHOLD RUG REMNANT ON THE DRIVER’S SIDE TO PROTECT CARPET FROM HARSH WINTERS.

THIS GRAND PRIX WAS METICULOUSLY MAINTAINED MECHANICALLY TO FACTORY RECOMMENDATIONS AND REGULAR BEAUTY TREATMENTS WITH GREAT CAR FOR NORMAL WEAR AREAS.

THERE ARE ALWAYS PEOPLE OUT THERE WHO WANT A TRULY LOADED CAR. DON’T FORGET THIS IS THE SECOND YEAR FOR THAT GORGEOUS CONCAVE BACK WINDOW EXCLUSIVE TO THE GRAND PRIX AND OLDSMOBILE.  IN ANTICIPATION OF ITS ACQUISITION, I ALREADY HAD IT SOLD.

 

NOTE THE NEIGHBORS NEW YELLOW 1967 CAMARO  BELOW THAT I SOLD TO HIM FOR HIS DAUGHTER AND THE 1958 BLACK BUICK LIMITED AT THE GARAGE.

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