The first photo shows a Nice Condition 66 Beaumont to show you what is possible. .Mine is not far behind. .All other photos are mine. Headlight hardware in trunk. PRICED FAIRLY. .See Classic Car Values below. . Condition Rated 6 to 7 /10 . .. ...U.S. .Price Guide here
1966 4-dr sedan RARITY -Very Rare , ENGINE PROD.- 230ci I-6 1bbl 140hp Condition & Price: S- $225 US ($300 Can), 2-$750 US ($987 Can), 4-$2250 US ($2961 Can), 6-$3000 US,($3954 Can.) , 8-$4500 US ($5922 Can), 10-$6750 US ($8883)
Own a 52 year old appreciating classic you can afford . ..A real attention getter that NOBODY else has! Priced to sell. .below Book value in Canadian Dollars!.
VIN# Explained for #673169012679 6 = 1966 ,731 = Beaumont 6 cylinder (RARE!), 69 = 4 Door Hardtop, 0 = Oshawa production plant ,12679 is the sequential VIN number.
COWL TAG (UNDER HOOD ON FIREWALL) Style: 73169 – 1966 Beaumont 4 Dr Sedan 6 Cyl 2-6-23 – Build date – Afternoon shift of June 23, 1966 Body Style: 841740 – Fisher body order no for this car PAINT: K – Artesian Turquoise Metallic – Enamel TRIM: 704 - Fawn M35 – 2 Speed Powerglide Automatic Transmission
Numbers matching car, original motor, Engine is a 230 six (RARE!), auto, Interior awesome! Some trim parts in trunk. Seats out of a Bronco or similar up front ... Has 1964 Buick Skylark rims. New wiring harness being installed now ...fuel line on carb replaced ..was my daily driver for years. ., new back window, new window cranks, new chrome bumpers, new carpet, new battery, body and trunk very good overall bondo on one fender cracked ...solid metal, metal patches with body filler on two back fenders ,...trunk and floor boards in good condition ...Was painted GTO Gold.
Cash, certified cheque or Paypal...or combo. .prefer cash. Serious Offers only please. CASH TALKS!
... The Pontiac Beaumont is the Canadian sister car to the Chevelle made using the same parts but with subtle styling changes. It was only offered for sale in Canada, Chile, South Africa, and Puerto Rico.
Here is an interesting link to WIKIPEDIA you can learn more about this rare car. here
WIKIPEDIA Beaumont was a make of intermediate-sized automobiles produced by General Motors of Canada from 1966 to 1969. These cars were based on the Chevrolet Chevelle, but the line had its own logo and nameplate, and was not marketed in the United States. Its logo consisted of an arrow, similar to that of Pontiac, but with a maple leaf to signify its dual heritage from both sides of Lake Ontario.[1] In 1964 and 1965, GM of Canada sold an Acadian Beaumont based on the Chevelle A-body platform, and continued to sell the Chevy II-based Acadian. By 1966, the Acadian was clearly Chevy II-based, and the Beaumont was Chevelle-based. Many people considered the cars to be Pontiacs, but GM marketed them as a separate marque. All model years are primarily Chevrolet, with only minor trim differences and (for Chevelle-based cars) Pontiac Tempest/ LeMans-based instrument panels. This is because Canada required GM to have a certain percentage of Canadian content in the vehicles sold there. The popular Beaumont became available in three series on the Acadian - Beaumont Standard, Beaumont Custom, and Beaumont Sport Deluxe. A base-trimmed Beaumont Standard convertible was also offered, a model also produced in the base Chevelle line in Canada, but not in the United States. 1966-1969: As a standalone marque From 1966, the Acadian name was only used for the Nova-based car and Beaumont became a standalone marque, still sold by Pontiac-Buick dealers. The interiors used the dash panel from the (U.S.) Pontiac Tempest/LeMans/GTO series. Exterior sheet metal is shared with the Chevelle (the rear taillight housings are Beaumont-exclusive - taillight lenses have wraparound corners with the exception of the 1967 model, where its trapezoidal shape is similar in appearance to the one used on the later 1969 Plymouth Belvedere/Satellite). While full wheel covers came from the Pontiac LeMans, small hubcaps and rally wheels were similarly trimmed but not the same as on the Chevelle. The cars sported an emblem based on Pontiac's arrowhead motif with two red maple leaves or fleur-de-lis added. They featured the same powerplants as the Chevrolet Chevelle, including the OHV inline six-cylinder engine, and a variety of small- and big-block V8s. The V8 engine choices included small-block 283, 307, 327, and later 350 cubic-inch versions, while the Mark IV big-block could be ordered in its 396 cubic inch displacement from 1966-69. 3- and 4-speed manual transmissions were available, as were the 2-speed Powerglide and 3-speed Turbo Hydra-Matic starting in 1967. automatics. The Sport Deluxe (SD) models were equivalent to the Chevrolet Chevelle Super Sport trim level, and featured optional bucket seats and center console, as well as SD body striping and trim. The SD396 models are the most desirable Beaumonts today. Only 451 were built in 1967, but most succumbed to the harsh Canadian winter climate, which makes them significantly more rare than equivalent Chevelles and desirable to some collectors. The SD was actually the Sports Option package that was available on the Beaumont Custom Sport Coupe and convertible, rather than its own series early in 1967. Starting in December the model 738 Sport Deluxe model was separate, no longer the A51 Sport Option. In addition to the SD series, the Beaumont line included base, custom and deluxe lines. A convertible was available. Other body styles were identical to those offered on the Chevelle for the given year, including a very rare four-door hardtop offered from 1966 to 1969. Starting in 1970, GM Canada discontinued the Beaumont in favor of both Chevrolet Chevelle and Pontiac LeMans mid-sized cars, which were identical to U.S. models. Production and sales out of Canada Beaumonts were also made in a factory in Arica, Chile, for the local market (the TECNA assembly plant assembled Beaumonts from CKD kits until 1971 using the 1968 body style introduced during 1969), and the Canadian-made cars were sold in Puerto Rico for a time. Beaumonts were also locally assembled in South Africa at the GM Port Elizabeth assembly plant using CKD kits using a mirror-flipped 1968 Chevelle instrument cluster and dash (South African market automobiles are right-hand drive) - both Chile and South Africa commenced local assembly with CKD kits and local content components in lieu of import tariffs.

“First photo shows a mint condition 66 Beaumont sedan to show you what is possible. 230 six , auto, photo of front and back of car shiny when painted 12 years ago, went from green to GTO gold, scuffed paint now for matte finish as in most photos.Some trim parts from paint job still in trunk . 1964 Buick Skylark rims. ..original hubcaps with red center in trunk, front buckets not original . wiring harness going in now, new fuel line on carb,, new back window, cardboard deck needs to be replaced.'back window, needs clips and trim reinstalled to secure ,Has new wiring harness, new chrome, new carpet, new battery, body and trunk very good metal overall body filler on driver side rear fender cracked ... ...motor & tranny original matching number...I'm the 3rd owner in 52 years was my reliable daily driver for years,and many more to come. Good on gas.”
Year: 1966 VIN (Vehicle Identification Number): 673169012679
Mileage: 66,000 Number of Cylinders: 6
Make: Chevrolet Transmission: Automatic
Model: Chevelle Body Type: Sedan
Engine: 230 six Warranty: Vehicle does NOT have an existing warranty
Drive Type: RWD Vehicle Title: Clear
Fuel Type: Gasoline Exterior Color: Gold
For Sale By: Private Seller Interior Color: Gold
Drive Side: Left-hand drive