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aspiringcarguy

Looking for my Uncle's Old 1970 Pontiac Catalina

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aspiringcarguy

The 1970 Pontiac Catalina in the pictures was bought new in 1970 by my uncle. He gave it to my dad and I to restore, but that never happened. We sold it to a guy in St. Louis in 2013 whose name I think is Tim. I would like to find this car and possibly buy it back to surprise my uncle with it. It was pale yellow with a black triangle painted on the hood and had a black convertible top when we sold it. It also had several bad rust spots and a cracked windshield from an engine fire decades ago. Please contact me if you own the car or know who does!

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Frosty

Do you happen to have the original VIN of the car? Some states DMVs will let you do a VIN search for a fee.

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aspiringcarguy

I'm still looking through old papers to see if I can find the VIN. Thanks for the tip!

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GTO-Lukas

Good luck! 

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