With only one owner all of its life, this ’69 Grand Prix is a sweet upscale muscle car that has been very well maintained. 1969 was the first year for this Grand Prix re-design which John Delorean had a hand in. Appearing to be a clean and neat example of a survivor, this Pontiac is offered for $28,260. Find it here on craigslist out of Redding, California.
Dusty yet clean, the massive 428 cubic inch V8 has only covered 360 miles. It is not exactly clear when the engine was rebuilt, but it would appear it has been sometime since this Grand Prix hit the streets. Having covered 115,000 miles in its life time, the engine bay is very tidy with no signs of rust, or damage. It is not exactly clear, but I would assume this SJ to be a driver.
In very nice condition, the interior shows beautifully with only a few minor signs of age. The seats have some wrinkles from use, and the rim of the steering wheel is slightly off color. The factory rubber mats are installed but the driver side mat is split. There is a mark on the lower portion of the dash on the driver side, and the steering column trim is slightly off color. Beyond those factors, this green interior has been nicely maintained, and suffers from no major issues.
Described as having no dings or bondo, I suspect that this Pontiac may have been resprayed in its lifetime as the paint has a lot of depth to it, and it is very shiny. Even is this car has had a respray, that takes nothing away from the beauty of this classic. The paint is wonderfully shiny, and without any flaws. Panel gaps, and fitment look excellent, and all of the body trim is fit and clean. The unique grill and bumper is clean without any dents or obvious rust, and the rear bumper is just a nice. With no visible condition issues this Grand Prix SJ is a very nice upscale muscle car, and a great example of Delorean design. Are you a fan of this Delorean designed Pontiacs?