Coyote Classics is more than happy to present to you this behemoth of a Pontiac, a 1973 Pontiac Catalina to be specific! The classic land-yacht layout isn't any plainer than in this Catalina, with bench seats, power windows, air conditioning and more. The Catalina was Pontiac's entry-level full-size car, produced from 1950 to 1981. The Catalina and other 1973 full-sized Pontiacs featured full-width split grilles along with a federally mandated 5-mph front bumper. and revised taillight lenses. This Catalina is powered by a large 400 C.I. V8 paired to a 4-barrel carburetor, giving the engine plenty of breathing room. Torque from the 400 gets to the rear end through a 3-speed automatic transmission that shifts nice and smoothly. The exterior "Burma Brown" paint just gleams under the sun, reflecting a cool-looking deep brown hue. The interior continued the "wrap-around" theme on the instrument panel, but the two round gauges were housed in square pods for 1973. This Pontiac's interior is highly original, giving one the feeling of stepping back into 1973. The brown bench seats are very, very comfortable, like riding on a couch while traveling at 70mph. A bench seat like this is great for long-distance cruising! Options on this '73 Pontiac include power windows, factory air conditioning, power brakes, front disc brakes, an AM/FM pushbutton radio, a remote driver's mirror, power steering, and a dual-exhaust system. The car rides on some nice-looking Pacer chrome wheels on top of some Fuzion blackwall tires to compliment the chrome. This Catalina is sure to turn heads, and like any land-yacht, this '73 floats down the road. Right now, this '73 Catalina is looking for a new home, and it might as well be yours.