READER AD: 1967 Pontiac Grand Prix

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While you could get the mighty 428 V8 in the 1967 Pontiac Grand Prix, the XJ code 400 cui V8 found in this survivor is no slouch. With a stock power rating of 350 horsepower and even more power available with basic bolt-on upgrades, these engines continue to be popular with the racing crowd. Thankfully, Reader Michael S’s find somehow managed to  survive the years and hasn’t lost its original engine or been modified. You can find it here on eBay and in Ringgold, Georgia with a starting bid of $5,500 and a BIN of $9,500.

What Makes It Special? This 1967 Grand Prix Coupe features the factory XJ coded 400ci/350 hp engine. Drive this car in the comfort of factory installed air conditioning, power steering, and power brakes. This would make someone an awesome cruiser as-is or have it painted and detail it up some and go enter the car shows. I have a bill of sale and a Georgia registration receipt. You do not have to have a title in the state of Georgia for a 1957 model. Check with your own states title office for more details on whether or not you need a title in your state.

Body Condition: The body on this Grand Prix is in great shape with little to no rust. The only surface rust visible is behind the lower trim. The pans are rock solid along with the frame, etc. The paint appears to be mostly original minus the driver side qtr has been painted on at some point. The body needs to be repainted if you are wanting a show condition. The interior is in decent shape for the original interior from 1967 but not perfect. See pictures attached for the most detail. I have a video I can send to serious buyers.

Mechanical Condition: The 400 cubic inch engine fires right up and does not smoke or make any noises it shouldn’t. The automatic shifts well and the power brake perform as they should.

It would sure look great with a fresh coat of paint, but we would actually be tempted to leave it as is. We might install a better breathing intake and carb to squeeze a little more power from it. Honestly, if we were to do anything to it, it would only be those things needed to make it a safe driver and things that can easily be reversed. So, what do you think of Michael’s Pontiac? Would you enjoy owning this survivor?

  • Asking Price: $9,500
  • Location: Ringgold, Georgia
  • Title Status: Missing

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  1. R Soul

    It looks like this may have seen a bit of water. I see some water evidence by the gas pedal, also the engine looks like it was submerged.

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    • ctmphrs

      It looks like you may have a vivid imagination

      Like 4
  2. DMeister

    Overall it looks like a viable project. I’m curious though…..why the console wood grain trim does not match the glove box door Burl wood trim ?

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  3. Robert Sabatini

    The GTO’s big brother! My dad bought a brand new ’69 Bonneville with the 428 and it was an absolute hauler!

    Like 1
  4. Fiete T.

    Missing title- problem. Neat car, but…

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