1964 Pontiac Grand Prix – All original matching - The Pontiac's in this kind of shape are getting harder and harder to find. This is one of the cars that started the muscle car era. Although this was considered a luxury model, what Pontiac did to the Grand Prix in 1963 and 1964 changed the looks on several of their models including the legendary GTO where that model copied the front end look of the ’63,’64 Grand Prix. After the ‘63 ’64 Grand Prix took the front bench seat out and added buckets with the long shifter console many models followed that look. The RPM gauge and vacuum gauge were standard equipment back then.
Everything works on the car. Comes with automatic windows, remote (cable) fender mirror, electric antenna, trunk release button in glove box. I replaced the black carpet that was in the car with the original red carpet. Re surfaced the vinyl seats. Comes with the original and solid matching 389 4-barrel edelbrock carb engine. 3-speed Automatic transmission th350. I swapped out the original rotomatic “slap jack” transmission with a th350. I have the original “slap jack” transmission and comes with the car, still in perfect working condition.
All metal is in great shape and floors are solid. I would drive this car anywhere and I do drive it often with a lot of turned heads. Front suspension was all redone in 2012 along with top end of engine (15,000 miles on rebuilt). Original miles are believed to be 119,000. I have tons of extra parts including a complete A/C system including duct work, fans, evaporator, compressor and a complete dash with a/c vents if you wanted to install the a/c. I did not do that because I like keeping everything original but the option is there. I have a complete matching set of side windows, starter, and many extra chrome parts. Etc. Too many extras to name here.
Still have the original 8 lug wheels. I changed the dual exhaust to have the GTO side pipes instead of going out the back (sorry, could not control myself on that one). Has original radio but has an under dash radio cd player with a 10 disc changer in the trunk. Also still has the original windshield fluid bottle holder under the hood. Asking $17,995 or trade of equal value, preferably a muscle car to finish or one already done. Would consider a motor home also. NOTE: the sell price is NOT the value price.the value is much higher.