Grand Prix

Rare 4-Speed: 1964 Pontiac Grand Prix

One of the early personal luxury cars, the Grand Prix mixed muscle with comfort right from the beginning. Launched in 1962, the first generation of the car would run through 1968. The nameplate itself would end up being one… more»

Fast Finds

Stalled Project: 1962 Pontiac Grand Prix

The Grand Prix represented Pontiac’s gateway into the personal luxury segment, but one with some punch. It joined the Pontiac line-up in 1962 as a performance-oriented replacement for the Ventura. It was essentially a Catalina coupe with a limited… more»

428HO/4-Speed: 1969 Pontiac Grand Prix

Most people don’t know that when the 2nd generation of the Pontiac Grand Prix was introduced, it was available with either a 370 horsepower or 390 horsepower 428 HO engine. Here is a beautiful example that is located in… more»

Estate Find: 1964 Pontiac Grand Prix

The owner of this 1964 Pontiac Grand Prix looks like he might have been an impulse buyer. He purchased the car as part of a deceased estate collection, intending to restore it. However, he has found that he already… more»

Desert Find: 1967 Pontiac Grand Prix

The Grand Prix enjoyed a 40-year-run at Pontiac, most notably as their entry into the personal luxury segment of the market. Over the years, the car would change in terms of size and even positioning within the GM division’s… more»

Black Beauty: 1977 Pontiac Grand Prix SJ

Pontiac was on top of the world in 1977. The Pontiac Trans Am and Grand Prix were hitting sales records and their 4 door line of cars was doing well too. This was the last year for the colonnade… more»

Cheap Muscle? $2,700 1973 Pontiac Grand Prix

Pontiac would redesign the Grand Prix for 1973 and find instant sales success. Production would increase by two-thirds over 1972, from 92,000 units to 154,000. That momentum wouldn’t hold for long as the OPEC oil embargo caused gasoline prices… more»

Unbelievable: 1976 Pontiac Grand Prix LJ

What would a 14,000 mile 1976 Pontiac Grand Prix look like in 2020? Well, here is a good example of what a well maintained, low mile Grand Prix should look like. This car is in amazing condition even though… more»

Daily Driver: 1972 Pontiac Grand Prix 400

The 2nd Generation of the Pontiac Grand Prix was introduced in 1969 and remained in production until the end of the 1972 model year. This Grand Prix is from that final year of production and appears to be a… more»

19k Original Miles? 1967 Pontiac Grand Prix

The seller of this 1967 Pontiac Grand Prix purchased the vehicle from its original owner. He believes that the 19,000 miles showing on the odometer are original. The car will require some cosmetic restoration work, but none of this… more»

Tri-Power 4-Speed! 1964 Pontiac Grand Prix

The Grand Prix was Pontiac’s first foray into the personal luxury segment, but as often was the case with Pontiac automobiles, there was an emphasis on performance as well. The 1964 Grand Prix was an extension of the prior… more»

5,646 Mile 1992 Pontiac Grand Prix Richard Petty Edition

Even if you don’t follow NASCAR, the name Richard Petty should ring a bell. Known as “The King,” Richard Petty ran in more than 1,100 sanctioned races between 1958 and 1992, accumulating 200 wins and seven national championships. Petty… more»

No Reserve Driver: 1972 Pontiac Grand Prix Model J

I am sure that I am not the only one that has had a love affair with the John DeLorean designed Grand Prix. When introduced it was groundbreaking and took the automotive world by storm. So much so, that… more»

Real 421/4-Speed: 1966 Pontiac Grand Prix

Hiding away in this garage is a potent classic that is in search of a new home. It is a 1966 Pontiac Grand Prix, and its drivetrain combination makes it one of the rarest examples to roll off the… more»

Chicken Coop Find: 1971 Pontiac Grand Prix Model J

The Pontiac Grand Prix was a pioneer in the personal luxury car segment. It began as an offshoot of the Catalina in 1962 and became as series of its own the following year. A complete restyle for 1969-72 gave… more»

Rare 1970 Pontiac Grand Prix SJ 455 4-Speed

Kenai, Alaska is known for its salmon runs but sitting on the edge of a driveway in this Alaskan paradise is this super rare 1970 Pontiac Grand Prix. This car is one of only 199 Grand Prix’s built with… more»