1967 Pontiac Grand Prix Nut and Bolt Restoration - 400 ci 8
cylinder engine Tri-Power Carburetors American Racing Torq Thrust
wheels 56,500 Original Miles! BF Goodrich Radial T/A Highly
Detailed Engine and Trunk Compartment Area This Gentleman's Muscle
Car is Amazing! 1967 Pontiac Grand Prix The 1967 Pontiac Grand Prix
was sporting all new styling for 1967, The 67 Grand Prix sported
concealed headlights, all vinyl interiors with bucket seats, nylon
carpeting, a console and simulated burled elm woodgrain dash. In
1967 the Pontiac Grand Prix was restyled with several changes, and
was in its third generation. Restyling was bigger and looked more
luxurious than ever before!. The front was all new and housed
disappearing headlights with an integrated grille. The parking
lamps were secreted in the fender tips behind three small,
horizontal slots. The hardtop coupe had new one-piece side glass,
with GP initials frosted on it. Gone was the vent window. Twin
pinstripes decorated the fender tops and hidden windshield wipers
graced the front. The taillamps were embedded inside twin slots on
the slanted rear end panel. Identification items included GP
initials on the left-hand grille and right hand edge of the rear
deck lid, plus the Grand Prix name spelled out on the rear fenders.
More Information/Photos coming soon! Chrome Package, Center Console
Storage, Dome Lamp, Tinted Glass, Armrests - Dual Front, Power
Steering, Automatic Transmission, Am/Fm Radio, Luxury Package,
Sports Package, Alloy Wheels, Spare Tire, Bucket Seats
1967 Pontiac Grand Prix
Location:Hilton, New York
Exterior Color:Linden Green Metallic
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