Pontiac Grand Prix

Last Of The Big Ones: 1977 Pontiac Grand Prix SJ

Mr. Numskal has discovered for us today, a 1977 Pontiac Grand Prix. I’ve always found these fourth-gen (’73-’77) GPs to be the porcine Pontiacs. They absolutely possess the Grand Prix’s character, there’s no missing that, but they appear to… more»

Field Find: 1971 Pontiac Grand Prix 455 – J

Starting with the 1971 model, we witnessed what was really just a facelift to the uber-successful third-gen Pontiac Grand Prix. It was downsized in ’69  (’70 was mostly a ’69 rerun), and to my eyes, Pontiac did the update… more»

1964 Pontiac Grand Prix 421 At No Reserve

Pontiac had it all going on in ’64. The GTO erupted into a massive performance success that ultimately achieved legendary status. But, that’s not all as the Tin Indiam stayed true to its wide-track persona with big, go-fast cars… more»

Grand In Green: 1969 Pontic Grand Prix J

You know how some cars just leave an indelible imprint in your memory? It seems that it usually happens at a young age when minds are impressionable and I know that’s the case for me. When I was in… more»

455 Model J: 1971 Pontiac Grand Prix

Last week we covered this 1972 Pontiac Grand Prix, a beautiful car with a somehow disappearing opera window -a mystery that I believe is still unsolved. Today, we’re going to review a very similar, one-year older, 1971 Model J… more»

Greatness In Green: 1972 Pontiac Grand Prix

Well, it’s green which is a great start for me. It’s likely Wilderness Green, and this 1972 Pontiac Grand Prix looks marvelous. From its inception in ’62, the Grand Prix was a special Pontiac but made that much more… more»

1 of 1,225: 1986 Pontiac Grand Prix 2+2 Aerocoupe

Aerodynamics has been an important component of automotive styling and performance for decades, going way back to 1899 at least if not longer. That’s even before my time. The seller has this aerodynamic 1986 Pontiac Grand Prix 2+2 listed… more»

Only 50K Miles: 1968 Pontiac Grand Prix

I was drawn to this 1968 Pontiac Grand Prix for two reasons, First, it’s the last of the full-size B-bodied hardtops before migration to a stretched A-Body platform occurred for ’69. And two, it’s that beak! As much as… more»

Great Old Pontiac! 1963 Grand Prix

The seller refers to this car as a member of the GOP. No, not that GOP but the Great Old Pontiac club. And it is! It’s a somewhat worn, big, two-door hardtop that still proudly wears its beautifully crafted… more»

Tri-Power 4-Speed! 1962 Pontiac Grand Prix

In spite of the standard legend that the GTO kicked off the muscle car revolution, there were plenty that preceded it and they all didn’t originate in Pontiac, Michigan. But one that actually did, is this first year 1962… more»

Pool Deck Find! 1970 Pontiac Grand Prix

The venerable Grand Prix name has graced many fine cars from deceased brand Pontiac – there have also been a few clunkers too. But of the GP versions, the ’69-’70 are hands down, my favorite. And finding one poolside… more»

Power Upgrade! 1986 Pontiac Grand Prix 2+2

Limited production models used to creep into general automobile line-ups as a way to homologate modifications that would be used in professional racing series. Some notable examples included the Dodge Charger 500 and Daytona, and the Plymouth Superbird. By… more»

Amazing 14k Mile Survivor: 1975 Pontiac Grand Prix

This stunning 1975 Pontiac Grand Prix is located in Hubbard, Ohio. The car has had only one owner and have traveled only 14,560 miles since new. As you might expect, the bids are coming in pretty heavy and, with… more»

Rare 33k Mile: 1976 Pontiac Grand Prix

With an asking price of $35,500, this 1976 Pontiac Grand Prix better be nice, and it is. Located in Fort Lee, New Jersey, this Golden Anniversary edition Grand Prix was built to mark the 50th anniversary of Pontiac in… more»

Low-Mile Model J? 1972 Pontiac Grand Prix

A 1972 Pontiac Grand Prix! I used to refer to the ’69-’72 GP’s as whammer-jammers because they were big, heavy, fast, and comfortable. Especially notable, were the ’69s and ’70s, built before the power strangulation occurred. By ’73, the… more»

Class Act: 1973 Pontiac Grand Prix

Pontiac introduced its third generation of the popular Pontiac Grand Prix in 1973. This car is located in Goodyear, Arizona and can be seen here on Craigslist. While the car has needs, the seller is only asking $5,000. Equipped… more»

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