Grand Prix

Wild Styling: 1968 Pontiac Grand Prix 400

Occasionally, a classic that appears to be a total package crosses our desks at Barn Finds. Such is the case with this 1968 Pontiac Grand Prix. It presents beautifully and is loaded with luxury features. However, the freshly rebuilt… more»

Two-Owner 1970 Pontiac Grand Prix SJ 455

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Model J Project: 1969 Pontiac Grand Prix

Pontiac moved the Grand Prix off the full-size Catalina platform in 1969 to its own new mid-size body and sales more than tripled. It was like a grand touring machine now with a new cockpit-style interior and a 400… more»

Stunning Driver: 1963 Pontiac Grand Prix

Some classics tick all the boxes an enthusiast desires, offering a “complete” ownership experience. Such seems to be the case with this 1963 Pontiac Grand Prix. Finding anything to criticize about its presentation is virtually impossible, while the healthy… more»

Field Find: 1964 Pontiac Grand Prix

The Grand Prix joined the Pontiac roster in 1962 as a full-size grand touring machine with performance as its focus. Styling was updated in 1963 and 1964, the most noticeable change being a shift from horizontal to stacked dual… more»

Incredibly Original: 1977 Pontiac Grand Prix

It is hard to explain the seventies to anyone who wasn’t there to live through that quirky time in American history.  How can you rationalize the fact that Americans purchased avocado green and poppy red major appliances by choice? … more»

Wide-Track Cruiser: 1968 Pontiac Grand Prix

The Grand Prix joined the Pontiac lineup in 1962 and would be the company’s performance-oriented personal luxury car for the next several decades. The second generation of the “wide-track” land cruiser was in production from 1965-68 on a full-size… more»

Highly-Optioned Survivor: 1964 Pontiac Grand Prix

Defining the most significant attribute of some classics is challenging, especially when the car in question has so many positive points. Such is the case with this 1964 Pontiac Grand Prix. It is a turnkey proposition that retains its… more»

Original Interior: 1963 Pontiac Grand Prix

Finding a classic project candidate that can be enjoyed immediately can be challenging, but that is the opportunity provided by this 1963 Pontiac Grand Prix. Its presentation is good enough to turn heads, but there are enough tasks to… more»

52k Mile: 1977 Pontiac Grand Prix LJ

There are certain car designs that just pop. Pontiac produced the Grand Prix model from 1962 to 2008. The third generation Grand Prix that was produced from 1973 to 1977 is one of those designs that just pops. Maybe… more»

19k Mile Survivor: 1983 Pontiac Grand Prix

There’s no shortage of love for GM’s 1980s G-body cars, particularly the performance variants. I like them all but have an especially soft spot for the seemingly overlooked ones, like this 1983 Pontiac Grand Prix Brougham. This clean, original,… more»

’70s Luxury Coupe! 1977 Pontiac Grand Prix

Pontiac’s beaked and angular Grand Prix left its roots after ’77 according to some, and this 1977 Pontiac Grand Prix SJ in Cadillac, Michigan represents the final year of this generation with high style. The two-tone paint, 400 V8,… more»

Award Winner! 1963 Pontiac Grand Prix “Chief”

Pontiac introduced the Grand Prix in 1962 as an upscale grand tourer, based on the Catalina body but using Bonneville power. It was greeted by the public with welcome arms and the company made it a series of its… more»

Classy Driver – 1976 Pontiac Grand Prix LJ

Pontiac freshened the ’76 Grand Prix with a revised waterfall grille and quad headlights, and fans of the sporty luxury coupe responded, snagging 228,091 units, more than doubling 1975. This 1976 Pontiac Grand Prix LJ in Rochester New York… more»

White Over Black: 1971 Pontiac Grand Prix

From the early 1960s through the balance of the decade, the Grand Prix was one of the auto industry’s most definitive personal luxury cars. And it could be combined with some of the performance touches that Pontiac had become… more»

389 Tri-Power: 1962 Pontiac Grand Prix

Many people consider the Pontiac GTO the father of the muscle car, but if it is the main course, this 1962 Grand Prix might be the entree. It presents superbly, but what hides under the hood means it is… more»