1975 Pontiac Parresianne

Discussion in 'Car Part-Outs' started by cole, Jun 26, 2017.

  1. cole

    cole Silver Level contributor

    This guy is being turned in to a derby car, so any of the GM interchange parts they may help out our big Buicks I can see if they are there and able to be used. Kind of a neat set of factory gages
     

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  2. Junkman

    Junkman Well-Known Member

    Hey, how much for the dash bezel and lower door panels ?
     
  3. cole

    cole Silver Level contributor

    let me double check the condition of those guys and get some more pictures and get back to you this weekend with some pictures and pricing
     
  4. newmexguy

    newmexguy Well-Known Member

    Didn't know the "Parisienne" name was used before the '85 - '90 badging. Interesting. Guess that is a sub-model of either the Bonneville or Grand Ville. Rare coupe, too. The Pontiac V-8, if it is either a 400 or 455 might be worth pulling and selling. The supply of those has just about dried up here, the rare pre '77 large car one sees in the U pulls here, has a Buick or Oldsmobile big block usually.
     
  5. pbr400

    pbr400 68GS400

    I think it's in Canada where they used the Parisienne name for some reason. I know earlier Canadian ponchos were disguised chebbies, but that looks like a real Pontiac with a different name.
    Patrick
     
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  6. cole

    cole Silver Level contributor

    Yep this is one of our Canadian model Pontiacs there were a few different models including the Paresianne, and Laurenson in the big cars, and the Acadian ( Nova style) and Beaumont in the A body . That is a 4 5 5 Poncho sitting in that Paresianne
     
  7. 69 GS 400

    69 GS 400 Well-Known Member

    First one came out in 58 in Canada. They had Chevy engines. Cole and I seen a factory 409 ragtop for sale recently at a local car swap meet.
     
  8. cole

    cole Silver Level contributor

    That was a cool car for sure, lots of patina!!
     
  9. cole

    cole Silver Level contributor

    here are some more pictures of the panels and the dash bezel
     

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  10. Junkman

    Junkman Well-Known Member

    Definitely not perfect but a lot better than what's found around here. The bezel for sure even with the wood pulling away . The lower panels can be painted. Down here they crumble.
     
  11. cole

    cole Silver Level contributor

    Hi Junkman
    I will pull the pieces of and get a price including shipping and get back to you with that
     
  12. Junkman

    Junkman Well-Known Member

    If the steering column is busted up like it looks and not selling I could use the signal switch and tilt lever also. But if you think you can sell it complete I would understand.
     
  13. cole

    cole Silver Level contributor

    Hey Junkman
    I will grab those along with the other pieces tomorrow
     
  14. cole

    cole Silver Level contributor

    Here are the pieces I took off yesterday Junkman.
     

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  15. cole

    cole Silver Level contributor

    Whoops here are more pictures, not sure if you were wanting the power window/ door lock plates?
     

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  16. Junkman

    Junkman Well-Known Member

    Yes that stuff looks pretty decent and I can use it in a driver I have . The switch plates would be nice to have extras, so how much wallet damage ? :) I am at 33805 zip code to a business address btw. Lakeland,Fl.
     
  17. cole

    cole Silver Level contributor

    I started a conversation with you
     

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