This 1977 Pontiac Grand Prix SJ represents exactly what you want in
a classic American survivor. It's a one-family car with the
numbers-matching motor, good documentation (including the window
sticker), and a true time capsule feeling inside and out. And while
the low odometer is believed to represent the full actual mileage,
this preserved coupe floats down the road in A/C comfort. So you
just know you're going to cruise it everywhere.
The Model SJ designation was borrowed from Duesenberg as part of a
way to show these were premium machines, and the details really
justify this. The factory correct Brentwood Brown paint has a hint
of metallic so that you get a terrific 1970s color that continues
to have a radiant appeal in modern times. This also has one of the
coolest subtle two-tones going. The tan Landau roof goes well with
the tan door rub strips. And you'll absolutely love the pinstripes.
It's done in a tan to match the roof, and the full package
encircles the unique design lines of the car. This includes the
long pointed hood, sporty kick-up in the door, and the artfully
tapered trunk. It all looks like one continuous flow thanks to the
exceptional sheet metal on a well-preserved coupe.
If you mixed the color of the exterior paint and vinyl top, it
would end up looking like the Buckskin interior. So this SJ has a
well-harmonized package inside and out. The Grand Prix is one of
those cars that drivers really love. They had room for everyone,
but they always made sure that it was a personal luxury machine for
the driver. That's why it all focuses on you. You have
well-bolstered bucket seats, and the center console and dash create
a package to envelop you. This has the best features of the time
like power windows, an AM/FM stereo, and sporty full round gauges.
You'll love it right down to details like the working trunk release
in the glovebox and the smooth wood-like trim. It's a preserved and
attractive time capsule. So you'll be hard-pressed to see any
upgrades, but we do know one that you will feel. The factory air
conditioning is now blowing cold with R134a refrigerant, and that
makes for an even more comfortable cruiser.
Under the hood is Pontiac's legendary 400 cubic-inch V8. This is
the numbers-matching unit for the car, and it has the crisp look of
proper care. The V8 fires up readily as it inhales deeply from the
four-barrel carburetor. It's a well-respected package, and that
makes it a great classic for the road. Features like the
three-speed automatic transmission, power steering, and power
brakes w/discs up front continue this easy cruiser feeling. New
tires have been installed as of 2022 as well!
This is a coupe that has not left its original family since new.
And the sale comes with the original window sticker, warranty card,
owner's manual packet, and maintenance records. So you can really
understand the level of care that went into this coupe over the
decades. If you want to continue this heirloom-like legacy, call