We have a great looking 1967 Pontiac Grand Prix here at Skyway
Classics that is pretty much a previous nut and bolt restoration
with a 400 cubic inch 8 cylinder engine with a Tri-Power Carburetor
setup, American Racing Torq Thrust wheels, and painting in a
pleasing jade green with a black vinyl top.
The Grand Prix first appeared in the Pontiac line for the 1962
model year, as a performance oriented replacement for the Ventura,
which became a luxury trim level of the full-size Catalina.
The performance-minded John De Lorean, head of Advanced Engineering
at Pontiac, contributed to the development of both the Grand Prix
and the GTO.
Under the hood, it has a big block Pontiac 400 cu in V8 engine with
the iconic three-deuce Tri-Power carburetors and intake, chrome
finned air cleaners on each carb, performance fuel system, chrome
valve covers, performance braided plumbing, chrome radiator shield,
power steering and power brakes, all sitting in a tidy engine
compartment that is painted and detailed.
Previous Nut and Bolt Restoration
400 Cubic Inch cylinder engine
Chrome finned air cleaners on each carb
Performance fuel system
Chrome valve covers
Performance braided plumbing
Chrome radiator shield
Tidy engine compartment that is painted and detailed
American Racing Torq Thrust Wheels
BF Goodrich Radial T/A tires
Twin bucket seat interior with matching green rear seat and door
Factory instrumentation and gauges
Grant wood steering wheel
Console with the automatic shifter
Trunk has been custom modified and highly detailed with an aqua and
silver designed carpet ensemble
Inside of our Grand Prix is green twin bucket seat interior with
matching green rear seat and door panels, the great for that year
revised instrument panel with all the factory instrumentation and
gauges, a Grant wood steering wheel, pushbutton radio, seatbelts,
and the console with the automatic shifter.
Revised sheet metal with rounded but even more pronounced Coke
bottle styling highlights the 1967 Grand Prix we have here. Also
new to the GP were concealed headlights with horizontal mounting
(all other full-size '67 Pontiacs retained the vertical headlights
for one more year), concealed windshield wipers and ventless front
windows on hardtop coupes. Out back were louvered taillights
similar to those found on the GTO.
Ours is painted in a stunning dark green with the vinyl top that it
sets off beautifully. It rides on BF Goodrich Radial T/A tires with
grey/polished American Racing Torq Thrust wheels to give it both a
great ride and stance.
Even the trunk has been custom modified and highly detailed with an
aqua and silver designed carpet ensemble.
The 1967 Pontiac Grand Prix we have here at Skyway Classics is a
classic big car that is great to cruise in and a real classic car
with a lot of power and style. It has the great green paint color
as well as the Tri-Power engine under the hood to get you down the
road in comfort and style.
So give us a call at 941-254-6608.
1967 Pontiac Grand Prix
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