1967 Pontiac Grand Prix

Sale price: $6000,00 make an offer

Technical specifications

Model:Grand Prix
Fuel Type:GAS
Interior Color:Tan
Engine:6.6L 6555CC 400Cu. In. V8 GAS OHV Naturally Aspirated
Number of Cylinders:8
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Current customer rating: current rating for this car (2)
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Here is a very straight southern car with original paint and absolutely no rustNONE! I am third owner. It drives and handles like a new car and can be trusted to go anywhere. It's been kept inside since new and looks to have been pampered. It has the original paint that isn't perfect by any means but hey, it is original. All of the emblems look good with no pitting or oxidation. Front and rear bumpers are straight but the rear bumper could use a plating job. All of the wheel covers are original to the car and look nice. Also, the fender skirts are straight and solid. The seats are original with no tears and the stitching is tight. Springs in the seats are firm also with no sag. I replaced door panels only because the driver side had a very small tear. The carpet had very minimal fading but I replaced it, also. The dash is so soft that you can squeeze it without it cracking..seats are just as soft. The wood grain on the dash is perfect! The windows (tinted) go up and down like a new car. I sent the tilt column off and had it redone with new wiring, bearings, etc. Also, I sent the AM/FM radio off and had it cleaned and tunedit works GREAT! The front and rear speakers are new with the factory option front and rear speaker control on front dash. Door, window, and truck seals are new. I removed all hard and flexible air duct from under the dash and cleaned it. The flexible duct under the dash was not hard and dry rotted like most cars, reaffirming what I was told about it being a garage kept car. The original carpet, dash and seats imply the same.
As far as mechanical, the car is near perfect. The original motor was gone through from top to bottom 4500 miles ago. I put a new carburator on the car so I could send the original off to be rebuilt.both will go with the car. The transmission shifts perfect with the kick down working properly. It has new A/C that blows cold and the climate control works properly. Also, it has a new radiator, new heater core, new starter, new belts and hoses, new wheel cylinders, new brakes, new shocks and springs, new front end, and new Cooper tires (including spare). The hidden headlights work perfectly and open and close evenly with no sagging. All the gauges work except the fuel gauge seems to not be working properly..probably the float assembly in the tank.
I have spared no expense to get this car mechanically sound in every way. With attention to paint, rear bumper, and fuel gauge, this car will be very near perfect. Another car that I've had my eye on for a long time is available and that's the reason for my selling. My reserve is well below what has been spent on the car. Please call me with any and all questions. If I don't answer, leave a message. 662-719-3307 Thanks for looking!

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