The last year of the second-generation design, this 1972 Pontiac
Grand Prix was built in Atlanta, GA during the third week of March,
1972. Recently acquired by Motor City Classic Cars out of a large
collection. This black on black Grand Prix is powered by its
original 400ci V8 engine tied to an automatic transmission. All
around this car, it is obvious that it has been restored and
maintained to a high standard. On the interior, this car is well
equipped including ice-cold factory air conditioning and power
windows. Walking up to this Grand Prix, the centerline wheels
immediately capture one's attention, complimenting all the great
brightwork around the car. High-caliber G-body GM cars are
increasing in demand and this Grand Prix provides an opportunity to
acquire one that is ready to drive and show.
Unless stated otherwise, mileage shown on odometer is exempt and
unknown if original.
1972 Pontiac Grand Prix
Location:Vero Beach, Florida
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