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1968 Pontiac Beaumont Convertible / 7386781105166 Vehicle Information

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1968 Pontiac Beaumont photograph

1968 Pontiac Beaumont photograph

1968 Pontiac Beaumont photograph

1968 Pontiac Beaumont photograph

1968 Pontiac Beaumont photograph

1968 Pontiac Beaumont photograph

1968 Pontiac Beaumont photograph

1968 Pontiac Beaumont photograph

1968 Pontiac Beaumont photograph

1968 Pontiac Beaumont photograph

1968 Pontiac Beaumont photograph

1968 Pontiac Beaumont photograph

1968 Pontiac Beaumont photograph

1968 Pontiac Beaumont photograph

1968 Pontiac Beaumont photograph

1968 Pontiac Beaumont photograph

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Among GM's performance cars of the 1960s, SD has long been associated with Super Duty Pontiacs, such as the Super Duty 421 of racing fame. The 396 cid engine introduced in the 1965 Chevelle was a Chevrolet engine, the first of the MK IV big blocks that were derived from the MK IIs 427 cid 'Mystery Engine' first seen at the Daytona 500 of 1963.

The Beaumont was not a US market nameplate; it was introduced as a 1964-1965 variation of the Chevelle to become a unique GM muscle car with its own nameplate. Using the Chevelle body and Pontiac instrument panels among other elements of the GM lines, the Beaumont line was sold through Canadian Pontiac and Buick dealerships.

The SD was introduced as the top model, the Super Deluxe - not Super Duty - and incorporated Chevrolet's 350 horsepower 396 engine and Muncie 4-speed transmission to make a very rare car. For 1968, only 702 Beaumonth SD hardtops were built along with 65 convertibles that were the last of the Beaumont ragtops; none in 1969.

This example was originally ordered by the Galgary Zone office and used by sales personnel. Long afterwards, it was advertised in 1988 for sale, still north of Montana, and was brought to the US to become only 1 of 2 known south of the border. A long and full restoration in New York brought the car back to original specifications as a fine example of this exceptional GM product.



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1968 Pontiac Beaumont Auction Sales

Recent Sales

(Data based on Model Year 1968 sales)
1968 Pontiac Beaumont SD
Sold for USD$36,000
  2016 Mecum : Kansas City
 
1968 Pontiac Beaumont Convertible
Sold for USD$11,228
  2014 Collector Car - Toronto Fall Classic
 
1968 PONTIAC BEAUMONT SPORT DELUXE 396
Sold for USD$26,400
  2010 Barrett-Jackson - Scottsdale 2010
 
1968 Beaumont Convertible Customized
Sold for USD$5,597
  2003 Toronto International Fall Classic Car Auction
 

Vehicles That Failed To Sell

1968 Pontiac Beaumont's that have appeared at auction but did not sell.
VehicleChassisEventHigh BidEst. LowEst. High
1968 Pontiac Beaumont 2016 Fall Carlisle Auction$17,500  
1968 Pontiac Beaumont Convertible 2014 Collector Car Toronto Fall Classic$16,000  
1968 Pontiac Beaumont SD Hard Top 2005 Toronto International Spring Classic Car Auction$13,500  
1968 Pontiac Beaumont SD Hard Top 2004 Toronto International Fall Classic Car Auction$16,000  

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