Grand Prix

Running 389 V8 Project: 1963 Pontiac Grand Prix

In the 1960s, Pontiac worked to establish its image as a performance-minded automaker under John DeLorean’s leadership. It introduced the Grand Prix in 1962 to compete with the likes of the Ford Thunderbird and the car caught on quickly… more»

Reasonably Priced: Pontiac Centered Car Collection

Everyone once in a while we come across a large collection of cars that are for sale. This one was sent to use by Chuck Foster and it is located near Pottsville, Pennsylvania. There are a number of Pontiacs… more»

455 CID Powered: 1972 Pontiac Grand Prix SJ

This 1972 Pontiac Grand Prix would stand out at any car show or cruise. There are 2 days remaining in the auction and the car is currently bid to $9,900. The reserve has not been met. We appreciate Larry… more»

400 V8 Power: 1970 Pontiac Grand Prix J

The Pontiac Grand Prix debuted in 1962 as the performance-oriented replacement for the Ventura. It was a standard Catalina coupe with minimal outside chrome trim and a sportier interior (bucket seats and a center console). In some respects, it… more»

61k Original Miles: 1986 Pontiac Grand Prix 2+2

It is often said that racing improves the breed, but what works on the racetrack might not be so effective in the dealer’s showroom. Such was the case with the 1986 Pontiac Grand Prix 2+2. The company designed the… more»

30k Mile 1967 Pontiac Grand Prix 428 HO

Some classics are cars that don’t ignite huge amounts of passion amongst enthusiasts, while others will get pulses racing the moment they break cover. This 1967 Pontiac Grand Prix could be one such car because not only is it… more»

Sidelined 43 Years: 1963 Pontiac Grand Prix

In 1963, the Grand Prix was in its second year as Pontiac’s performance-oriented personal luxury car. It replaced the Ventura in that role and had a sporty interior with bucket seats and a center console. This edition hasn’t run… more»

Wild Steering Wheel: 1977 Pontiac Grand Prix SJ 400

With seven days left in the auction, this 1977 Pontiac Grand Prix is for sale here on eBay. The car looks great in the pictures but it is not running at this time. The Grand Prix is located in… more»

Parked Since Y2K: 1963 Pontiac Grand Prix

The Grand Prix (GP) was a new model in 1962, a performance-oriented personal luxury car. Along with the GTO, it was spearheaded by none other than John DeLorean who wanted to position Pontiac as the GM car with muscle…. more»

Tri-Power 421! 1965 Pontiac Grand Prix

A mere 2500 miles after restoration, this super-clean 1965 Pontiac Grand Prix Sports Coupe in Greensboro, Georgia comes to market here on Hemmings, needing nothing beyond a new owner. Once featured on My Classic Car,  the 421 Tri-Power Poncho… more»

Immaculate: 1986 Pontiac Grand Prix 2+2 Aero Coupe

There is not much time left in this auction for this 1986 Pontiac Grand Prix 2+2 Aero Coupe. This is a rare car and not seen very often at car shows. Most people either love them or hate them!… more»

Solid Barn Find: 1971 Pontiac Grand Prix

I have always liked the Second Generation Pontiac Grand Prix. It is a complete package of looks, comfort and power. The tough thing is to find one that is restorable and affordable. This 1971 Pontiac Grand Prix looks to… more»

Ultra-rare Roller: 1962 Pontiac Grand Prix 421 SD

Many would trace the beginnings of the muscle car era to the birth of Pontiac’s GTO in 1964, and it’s probably as good a date as any. Yet the GTO was preceded by a number of street-and-strip powerhouses, notably… more»

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»

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»