1973 Pontiac Grand Prix
What a Classic!! 1973 Pontiac Grand Prix. 54.3 HP Hard Top, only 28,000 miles by one owner. Check it out at http://www.auction-fest.com
1974 Pontiac Grand Prix J Beige Apopka031012
In 1974, there were two models of Grand Prix, J and SJ. Evidently the SJ had more extras. This one is beautifully preserved. You seldom see an interior in this state of preservation. I like the subdued exterior color, it blends well with the vinyl topped roof and the interior color.
1977 Pontiac Grand Prix LJ
Not many cars this age can claim 27,000 miles and this condition! What you are looking at is the top of the Pontiac Grand Prix line....with the Hurst removable tops, the beautiful velour like upholstery, and gorgeous two tone paint and padded top. Notice how the two tone paint scheme follows the character lines of the hood and trunk. This car was designed by someone with a sense of "art and colour"!
Dad's 1973 Pontiac Grand Prix J Project car
Driving the car in Russell Springs, KY, where we picked it up. Dad had another black 1973 GP years ago, but it was totaled in a sad accident (1991). He just had rebuilt the motor a year or two earlier. This is his "ghost 73 GP" as he calls it.
Anyways, he is in the process of fixing it up little by little.
Inducing popularity and love of the 73 - 77 Grand Prixs, one car at a time!
1973 TRANS AM RED
JUST CAME OUT OF CLIMATE CONTROLLED STORAGE, WHERE IT HAS BEEN FORGOTTEN SINCE THE EARLY 80's. ALL ORIGINAL #'s MATCHING 1973 BUCCANEER RED 455 PONTIAC TRANS AM. 37,000 ACTUAL MILES. (FEW LEFT IN THIS CONDITION!) we had to change all fluids, orig shocks, orig belts, and orig tires. has had brush touch ups. and a few areas have had spot painting done, the rest of the finish is original as are the decals. we will soon install new Exhaust.
1974 Pontiac Grand Prix J
If only Pontiac had continued building cars like this, the nameplate would still be around. A nice personal luxury car at a moderate price. This one even has automatic temperature control for the air conditioning. I didn't realize it was offered as an option at the time!