Cars that take first prize in things like the Pontiac Oakland Club International car show are not typically in the DT price range. However, a Trophy 4 powered Tempest 4-door isn’t exactly a highly desired collector car, so it isn’t surprising that the nicest one around is offered for about the same price as a burnt out hulk of a 911 chassis. Find this 1961 Pontiac Tempest Sedan offered for $11,000 in Minneapolis, MN via hemmings.
The first thing that jumps right out is the strange aftermarket rear fender skirt (which could be easily removed by a new owner if those sort of things offend you), but that second thing is that is a really nice looking unrestored car from the 60s. The seller claims only 18k miles on the odometer and one two owners since new.
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