1967 Pontiac Grand Prix convertible. The vehicle has a 400 350 H.P. V8 with a 4 bbl carburetor that has been rebuilt, an upgraded electronic ignition, and an automatic TH400 transmission. The odometer reads 95966 but the title states the mileage is exempt so we can not confirm mileage. It has an AM/FM Stereo with an electric antenna but the radio is not currently working, dual stage heavy duty air cleaner, the car has cruise control but it does not work at this time, power steering, power brakes, tilt steering, power windows, A/C that has been converted to R134A, left power bucket seats, new tires, dual exhaust, a power top, new battery, all four wheel cylinders are new along with new brake shoes all the way around, New shocks, new brake hoses, new sway bar mounts and end links will be included and need to be installed, and the tires have 9/32” . There is a new aluminum radiator, a new turn signal switch. There are two aftermarket gauges for oil and temp all installed. The top was replaced a few years ago. This car does need a little TLC. There is a dent in the center of the hood and minor scratches and dings through out the car. There are some small rust holes in both rear floor pans. It is a great runner. 1967 was the only year that the Grand Prix convertible was offered in regular production. There were only 5,857 convertibles built in 1967. The family would like $31,995.00 OBO. They do have a third party appraisal at $36,000.00. There is the possibility of memorabilia and repair manuals to be included. There is also spare doors, fender, front bumper and header, and some smaller parts. Call Travis at 715-384 8507 or 715-305-5654 after 5PM or on weekends.