Top of the line 1958 Pontiac Parisienne Convertible. Very rare only 625 made. The engine is a 348 tri-power with original air cleaner. Automatic transmission, power steering, power brakes, power seat. Frame off complete rotisserie restoration. Factory Original interior installed in 1958, with new carpet, top, and boot. They don’t come any nicer!!
That brings up the question: How do you buy a car out of Canada?
A commercial carrier has to go through a broker crossing the border. There are no tariffs, taxes, or duties but the broker charges a fee…depending on the value, usually around $200. If you come get the car yourself you don’t require a broker…its considered a casual entry and the US customs officer fill out the paper work free of charge. This paper work shows you have legally imported the vehicle into the US. It may be required when you license the vehicle in your state.
And this Parisienne Convertible is just one of the many Classic Rock N’ Roll ’50s cars available in the newsletter today. Click here to view the top new listings in this category this week.