Another Canadian-built full-size Pontiac available in Europe was the Parisienne. The Parisienne was more or less the counterpart of the American Catalina model, but its interior trim was more luxurious and its bodywork sported different design details. A special luxury edition of the Catalina was the Ventura. The bodywork of the Ventura was similar to that of the Catalina, but it had the Ventura name on the sides. Inside there was a special upgraded interior with "Morrokide" upholstery, a Pontiac name for a leather-like kind of vinyl.The Catalina with Ventura trim package is quite a popular car with Dutch American car enthusiasts who like to import their classic from one of the dry regions of the US.