1967 Pontiac Beaumont:
This is a very unique car. It looks just like a Chevelle at first glance then you start to notice all the Pontiac features. It is a vehicle that GM produced at their Canadian assembly plants to be sold originally just in Canada. This particular car was owned by a Beaumont collector. He also had a 1966 convertible and a 1968 Hardtop. We had the chance to work on all three of these great cars. Providing minor touch ups and maintenance .The one pictured here got a whole new paint scheme designed by us to give a custom feel but still looking almost like the factory had designed it. The Beaumont badges are original they did come with the maple leaves as part of the Canadian flare. This car was later sold at Barrett Jackson Auction in Scottsdale, AZ.