The Engine most-identified with Pontiac's proud label was the V8 type. It was an incredibly powerful 'Muscle Car' engine - the 1962 Pontiac Catalina Super-Duty 421 has always been proof of that too...!
Hand-built in a special Factory Tool room, the first Super-Duty 421 engines debuted late in 1961 as 'Race-Only' engines. Pontiac had been vague on their output, but estimates ranged from 373 to 405 Bhp. These were the largest-displacement mills offered at the time, and they helped spark Detroit's cubic-inch war.
Catalina models were fearsome 'Muscle Cars' on the street, and could dip into the 13s at more than 100 MPH in the quarter - superior numbers for a regular-production car of the day.
A must see American Classic and everything within works well. Currently located in Belle River, ON. Serious inquiries only. Stock Number C203929L.
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