Grand Ville

Rare 1975 Pontiac Grand Ville 455 Convertible

The demise of Pontiac makes preserving the best the brand offered more critical than ever. Otherwise, future generations will have no insight into the marque that spent years as the unofficial performance brand of the General Motors empire. However,… more»

Remarkable Time Capsule: 1973 Pontiac Grand Ville Convertible

  If you’re the kind that likes full-sized, luxurious convertibles from the 1970’s (and you also like the color brown), then check out this 1973 Pontiac Grand Ville Convertible time capsule. It’s in amazing original condition, is fully loaded,… more»

455 V8 Survivor: 1973 Pontiac Grand Ville

Wanting to further capitalize on the luxury segment of the market, Pontiac created the Gran Ville in 1971. It was positioned over the Bonneville which in turn displaced the Executive in the line-up. The nameplate was used through 1975… more»

1,589 Mile 1975 Pontiac Grand Ville Convertible

We regularly have cars appear on our desks here at Barn Finds where we wonder what their backstory is. This 1975 Pontiac Grand Ville Brougham Convertible is a perfect example. You must wonder how the car has remained so… more»

Big American Convertible: 1974 Pontiac Grand Ville

In my opinion, Pontiac was one of the best brands under the General Motors umbrella, constantly producing unique designs that were outside the box. While it is on the more elegant side of the brand’s lineup, this 1974 Pontiac… more»

Rare 1973 Pontiac Grand Ville Coupe

When Pontiac released the top trim level Grand Ville in 1971, the fuel crisis had yet hit and big cars like this with massive engines were all the rage. At 18 feet long, 4,475 pounds and loaded with all… more»

Last of the Breed: 1975 Pontiac Grand Ville Convertible

There’s something to be said for the last of a breed. In the automotive world these are the cars that have usually taken a given model or platform as far as it can go. The positive is that any… more»

Barn Finds