For sale in our Atlanta showroom is an awesome 1986 Pontiac Grand Prix Aerocoupe. This particular Aerocoupe for sale is a tribute car to Richard Petty's 1986 Daytona Aerocoupe, running in nearly full race trim. Street legal, and running NASCAR front and rear parts, this 1986 Pontiac for sale is no joke! With original front and rear aluminum panels and Plexiglas rear window, this Richard Petty tribute car is as close to the real deal as you're likely to find. Powering this 1986 Pontiac Grand Prix for sale is a 350 cubic inch small block V8 engine. With minor performance goodies and dual side exit exhaust, there'll be no denying your presence as you make your arrival to the Saturday night cruise-in. Backed by an automatic transmission and optioned with power steering and power brakes, you have one easy driving race car. The exterior is what really catches eyes, thanks to a full tribute paint job. From the roof all the way down to the black racing wheels wrapped in BFGoodrich radial tires, this car exudes performance. The interior follows suit, with a custom STP inspired cab. The Black, Blue, and Red vinyl seats are more than comfortable, while the custom dash adds a bit of NASCAR gusto to the mix. Looking on the dash you'll even find Richard Petty's signature by the glove box. Options on this tribute 1986 Daytona Aerocoupe for sale, include: A/C (Not working), AM/FM radio, cassette, power brakes, power steering, vinyl interior, racing wheels, and radial tires. If you're a Richard Petty fan, NASCAR enthusiasts, or simply someone who wants to have something different at the show, this 1986 Pontiac Aerocoupe for sale is for you! To view the car in greater detail, including 100+ HD photos and HD video, please visit www.gatewayclassiccars.com. For more information please call the Atlanta showroom!
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