With the Wide Track look, concealed headlights, A/C interior, and a
great color combo inside & out, this 1967 Pontiac Grand Prix exudes
the kind of cool that could make your own '60s-style detective
show. And you don't even need a theme song because the 400 V8 will
provide the perfect soundtrack.
With a full restoration a dozen years ago, and only treated with the best care since, this is one impressive coupe. In '67 men and women were beginning to wear bold color combos to work, and this Grand Prix would have been the perfect complement to these trendsetters. The factory-correct Regimental Red is a bold proclamation on the wide and curvy body. This coupe is a true style master with all the right premium touches like the pinstripe that matches the white vinyl roof, full factory wheel covers, rear fender skirts, a crease in the sheetmetal that runs unbroken down the entire profile, and GTO-style taillights. But the piece that everyone loves the most on this coupe is the bold front end. Concealed headlights were only offered for two years, and the way the total package integrates with the front bumper and the sheetmetal is a great reminder that stylists ruled the carmakers in this era.
A parchment interior is a great way to showcase just how grand the Grand Prix really is. The terrific condition of the light colored seats, door panels, and headliner are more evidence of an investment in restoration and quality care. Best of all, with dark carpeting, you don't have to worry about dusting of your shoes before hopping inside this premium pristine environment. Fans of Pontiac might have already picked up on a rare feature in this interior. Grand Prixs feature bucket front seats as standard, but this one went with an optional Strato bench instead. This rare setup means you can choose between carrying more family and friends in the full-size coupe, or both rows can opt for individualized luxury by folding down the wide armrests. You'll slip behind the factory steering wheel, and the full length wood paneling frames all the features you could want, including the extra wide speedometer, AM/FM radio, and even the clock works. But what you'll really love is rolling down all the windows to show off the pillarless hardtop profile. And since the air conditioning is blowing cold, you get to stay cool while looking cool.
Lift the hood, and beyond the shine of the valve covers and air cleaner is some serious Pontiac power. The 400 cubic-inch V8 is from the same family that was powering the ultra-hot GTOs. There's a bit more weight in the Grand Prix compared to the Goats, but that isn't a problem for this big power, four-barrel carb motor. Advertised at 350 horsepower, it was able to deliver on the Pontiac's performance promise, and it even offered a nice sound from the dual exhaust. Then you add in great features like the three-speed automatic transmission, power brakes, power steering, and a supple grand touring ride. It's this fast moving and luxury cruising attitude that makes the coupe so desirable.
Complete with owner's manual, Pontiac Historic Services (PHS) documentation, reproduction window sticker, and restoration photos, you're looking at one impressive Pontiac. And when the price is this affordable, there are a lot of others thinking about this personal luxury classic. So don't miss out, call today!
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