This 1977 Pontiac Grand Prix SJ is powered by a 400ci Pontiac V8 backed by a 3-speed automatic transmission. Features include power windows and locks, heat and air conditioning, bucket seats, a center console, and an aftermarket radio. This two-tone light blue and medium blue metallic Grand Prix with a light blue vinyl interior is available now and comes with a clear Oklahoma title in the seller's name.
The body is finished in the factory-applied two-tone light blue and medium blue paint. Features include quad headlights, a chrome split grille, chrome bumpers with black impact strips, color-keyed mirror caps, dual taillights with integrated reverse lights, bodyside impact strips with light blue vinyl inserts, wheel well moldings, and rocker moldings.
A set of steel wheels with simulated wire hub caps is wrapped in raised-white-letter radial tires.
The front bucket seats, rear seat, rear trim, and door panels are upholstered in light blue vinyl. Features include woodgrain accents, air conditioning and heating, an aftermarket radio, power windows and locks, a light blue dashboard with a light blue top pad, a center console, and blue carpet with black rubber floor mats.
A 100-mph speedometer, clock, and gauges for the fuel level, voltage, oil pressure, and coolant temperature are mounted in a simulated woodgrain panel ahead of the driver. The odometer reads 35,656 miles, but the true mileage on the car is unknown.
Power is provided by the original 400ci V8 backed by the original 3-speed automatic transmission, according to the seller. The carburetor has been replaced under current ownership.
This Grand Prix came factory-equipped with an independent front suspension and a solid rear drive axle on a perimeter frame. The upper and lower ball joints and inner and outer tie rod ends have been replaced under current ownership.