- Believed to be 42,000 original miles
- 389/303hp V8 engine
- Power steering and brakes
- Automatic transmission
- Factory A/C option
- Bucket seat console interior
- Tilt column
- Nocturne blue
- Believed two owner car
In the early '60s, Pontiac knew exactly the right balance of
performance and luxury, and the Grand Prix best exemplified
it.Pontiac led the industry with their stacked headlight design,
and pretty soon every other manufacturer was scrambling to copy the
look. The Grand Prix was a little bigger than the GTO, but not as
massive as the Bonneville, so it hits that sweet spot of size,
performance, and luxury.
This Grand Prix is documented as a one-family car until 2014 when
it was sold to the 2nd owner and now in 2020 it belongs to us. It
appears to have one Nocturne blue repaint in the mid-90s which
stills shows and shines nicely. The interior is unique with the
center-mounted economy vacuum gauge as an added cool factor. The
seats are comfortable and the dash is a beautiful timeless
The 389/303hp V8 engine runs strong and has plenty of power for
this car. Paired with power steering, power brakes, and automatic
transmission this Grand Prix is an amazingly luxurious and
comfortable car. CALL TODAY 720-465-5104
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