1968 Pontiac Beaumont

Main information








129,000 km


Canada, Quebec





60 000 CA$

Car information

Exterior color

Interior color

Vehicle title status


Drive train



307ci 5.0L V8



Extra options

Here we have a very goodlooking 1968 Pontiac Beaumont. This example was actually built at the old GM Plant in Ste-Thérese, Québec; now a Costco. This Beaumont reportedly underwent a full rotisserie restoration down to every nut & bolt; the car was completely disassembled & the body was taken off the frame. It is also reportedly a matching numbers Beaumont. The Pontiac Beaumont was a series of cars introduced in 1966. The Beaumont was a model exclusive to the Canadian market, with the Beaumont name used as a trim level for the Pontiac Acadian. The Pontiac Beaumont was in production until 1969. These cars were based on the Chevrolet Chevelle, but the line had its own logo & nameplate. It was not marketed or actively sold in the United States. Its logo consisted of an arrow, similar to Pontiac, but with a maple leaf to signify its dual heritage from both sides of Lake Ontario. While this car shows to be an SD trim, it does have the 307ci. At some point in its life prior to the current ownership, it was likely transformed/upgraded into having the SD trim (body striping, trim, emblems); only a body conversion while keeping the original engine. The car shows 80,200 miles / 129,000 km on the 5 digit odometer TMU (total mileage unknown). This vehicle is for sale by a dealer. - 3-speed turbo hydra-matic automatic transmission - Blue over black leather interior - Lap belts - Front disc brakes & rear drums - Power steering - Cooper Cobra Radial GT staggered tires - Front: 225/70 R15 - Rear: 275/60 R15 - Power: Roughly 235 HP & 300 Lb-Ft of Torque - Curb Weight: 3510 lbs


- Windshield washer nozzle missing

Modifications & included equipment

- Full rotisserie restoration reported

Recent service history

- New fuel pump - Newer tires - New master brake cylinder - New steering box If you have any questions please ask in the comment section below, Happy Bidding Fast Car Bids does not guarantee the fitness or representation of the vehicle. The deal is between buyer and seller; there is no recourse against Fast Car Bids Inc. See Terms of Use.

Price history