1969 Grand Prix Model J
Power steering, brakes and windows (all work properly)
Tilt column with wood wheel
A/C removed, have all original parts
Cruise control removed have all original parts
15x7 Ralley II front
15x8 Ralley II rear
ENGINE 1969 XF Code 428 (4 bolt main) bored .040 with SRP pistons, stock connecting rods, cleaned, resized, with ARP bolts, assembly balanced.
Edelbrock Performer D-port aluminum cylinder heads
Comp Cams hydraulic roller #XR288HR, roller lifters and Scorpion roller rockers
Performer RPM intake
850 Speed Demon carb / Holley electric fuel pump
Flow Tech coated headers
3" Flowmaster exhaust
Transmission, Rebuilt 1969 (Period correct) Turbo 400
Hughes 3000 stall speed converter
Differential 1969 BOP 10 bolt (housing powder coated) Eaton Posi unit, Richmond Pro Gears 3.55
ALL new bearings and brakes
ALL new front and rear suspension with QA1 adjustable coil-overs
Gas tank removed and cleaned
Added: Oil/temp gauges, Monster Tach and B&M ratchet shifter
New paint job in original Midnight Green, (Two stage, base coat clear coat) new carpeting and sill plates, new seat covers, headliner, package tray and sail panels, no cracks or tears on dash board, original factory AM/FM radio still in car
New vinyl top
ALL new weather stripping and window felts
All chrome and moldings in excellent condition (small dent on driver side over the door molding)
Was always an Arizona car before I brought it to Florida, no rust anywhere all panels seem to be original and fit as they should.
This is a beautiful example of a beautiful car, runs and sounds amazing and while most guys build a GTO or Firebird, I'm usually the only Grand Prix at the shows.
Over $13000.00 spent on the engine alone, lots of receipts and documentation go with the car.
I sold my house and now have to pay for storage and that's the only reason for selling it, the car is a magnet, everyone has to do with it.
It is sold as is where is, there are no warranties written or implied, I have described it honestly to the best of my knowledge but please, if you cannot inspect it personally I encourage you to hire an inspection service to inspect for you. Payment must be in the form of an escrow service that will release the funds to me only when you have received the car. I will assist with transportation arrangements but the buyer is responsible for all shipping costs.