Grand Prix

1972 Pontiac Grand Prix SSJ Reproduction

The “personal luxury car” niche – four-seaters with sporty characteristics and high-quality trim – was in full swing by the time the 1970s rolled around. John DeLorean contributed to the trend when he redesigned the Pontiac Grand Prix in… more»

Well-Loved 1965 Pontiac Grand Prix

Sometimes a gem of a car comes along and it is evident that it has been well-loved during its ownership. Many thanks to Larry D. for bringing us this 1965 Pontiac Grand Prix. It is listed for sale here… more»

Almost Mint! 1989 Pontiac Grand Prix SE

By the late ’80s, many youthful car buyers had no memory of the classic muscle car age, and manufacturers rebranded “excitement” as something related to style and image rather than metrics like acceleration. Against that backdrop, this 1989 Pontiac… more»

65k Mile 1969 Pontiac Grand Prix Model-J

Sitting in the arid suburbs of Las Vegas, is this 1969 Pontiac Grand Prix. The car is listed for sale here on Craigslist for $9,000. It is said to be a 65,000-mile example that is well-optioned and runs great…. more»

Reggie Jackson’s 1962 Pontiac Grand Prix Tri-Power is For Sale!

I admit I know as much about baseball as rocket science and brain surgery. However, even I know who the legendary Reggie Jackson is. His illustrious career spanned twenty-one seasons, and he was inducted into the Baseball Hall of… more»

50K Mile: 1976 Pontiac Grand Prix SJ

A 1976 Pontiac Grand Prix used to be a common site on the streets in the late 1970’s and in high school parking lots of the 1980’s. As a kid, my neighbor’s son had a gold 1976 Grand Prix… more»

18k Mile One-Owner: 1977 Pontiac Grand Prix SJ

The Pontiac Grand Prix went into its fourth generation of production in 1973 and would be quite popular. This is the era of the Colonnade styling that was employed on all of GM’s mid-size cars. The car would set… more»

No Reserve: 1966 Pontiac Grand Prix

Finding a rust-free project car is nothing to sneeze at, especially when it is a classic like this 1966 Pontiac Grand Prix. It has spent its life in a dry climate that has preserved its steel. That means the… more»

400 V8 Black Beauty! 1977 Pontiac Grand Prix SJ

There are 3 specific phases of the third-generation Pontiac Grand Prix I can decisively remember seeing the car go through, although it’s likely the same scenario for many cars of this era.  I was 12 when the ’77 model… more»

421 HO Tri-Power: 1964 Pontiac Grand Prix

The 1964 model year was one of evolution for the styling of the First Generation Pontiac Grand Prix, although the company did introduce a few changes under the skin. None of these were revolutionary, and while one may bear… more»

421 Tri-Power: 1963 Pontiac Grand Prix

The demise of any car manufacturer is a sad event, and while some barely rate a blip on the automotive radar, others are mourned by enthusiasts. Such is the case with Pontiac. When their last car rolled off the… more»

9k Mile Survivor? 1964 Pontiac Grand Prix

The Grand Prix debuted in 1962, part personal luxury vehicle and part muscle car. It established a reputation for sporty styling backed up by beefy powertrains. It replaced the Ventura which became an upscale option on the Catalina. This… more»

Low Mile 1977 Pontiac Grand Prix SJ

Pat L. found this 1977 Pontiac Grand Prix that is located in El Reno, Oklahoma just west of Oklahoma City. The car is said to be a low mileage example of one of Pontiac’s best selling cars. It was… more»

One-Family 428 GP! 1969 Pontiac Grand Prix

The zeal and vision of Pontiac General Manager John Z. DeLorean (yes, that DeLorean) energized designers of the 1969 Grand Prix to reinvent the sporty upscale two-door in the vein of popular pony cars like the Ford Mustang and… more»

No Reserve: 1969 Pontiac Grand Prix Model J

New for 1969, the Second Generation Pontiac Grand Prix offered buyers a perfect blend of luxury and performance. Its combined chrome grille and front bumper made a bold visual statement, with 112,486 buyers electing to park one in their… more»

Cruise-Ready Classic! 1972 Pontiac Grand Prix

Taking a cue from the popular pony cars, Pontiac re-imagined the Grand Prix for 1969 with one of the era’s longest hoods and a short and angular rear. This 1972 Pontiac Grand Prix in Tacoma, Washington comes to market… more»