The Pontiac Catalina Super Duty is one of the 1960’s NHRA racing legends. These cars were also known as “Swiss Cheese” because of the speed holes drilled in the frame to reduce weight. I am not sure how many of the original SD 421 Pontiacs are still in existence, and while this is not one of them, it is as close to the real deal as it gets.
This 1963 Pontiac Catalna Super Duty tribute was put together by one of the previous owners with mainly original SD parts, which are pretty much impossible to find today. It is currently owned by Russ Toms who certainly knows how to apprecate and enjoy the car.
“There is something about these 421 Super Duty Pontiacs. As soon as you turn on the ignition, they want to go some place fast”
Play my friend Lou’s video for the full story and ride along with the Pontiac Catalina 421 SD