This 1962 Pontiac Grand Prix (Stock F1009) is available in our Fairfield, CA showroom and any inquiries may be directed to us at -800-600-2262 or by email at Sales@SpecialtySales.com. Richard Zocchi CustomThis 1962 Pontiac Grand Prix is a truly special vehicle; it is an exact clone of the one that custom cars legend Richard Zocchi purchased in 1962 from Gene Winfield. Zocchi loved this custom ride so much over the years that he recently decided to recreate it in exact detail except for the 2 ½ inch chopped top. While it looks absolutely fantastic in the photographs, a picture can truly do no justice for a classic vehicle this spectacular and you really have to see it in person to truly appreciate it. Rebuilt Stock Engine and TransmissionWhile the original motor had just over 97,000 miles on it, this entire vehicle was recently restored from top to bottom. Zocchi opted to keep the factory 389 engine and the automatic transmission in place but both of them were completely rebuilt as well. In fact, just about every component under the hood has been rebuilt or replaced during this restoration. Not everything is stock, however, and Grand Prix fanatics will immediately subtle changes like the custom grill, tail lights, and the seating. What will really grab your attention, however, is the custom orange and white paint with the gold pearl overlay; it may just be one of the most beautiful coats we’ve ever seen on any vehicle. Truly Breathtaking RideFor all practical purposes, this 1962 Pontiac Grand Prix is a brand new automobile. It sounds, looks, and handles fantastic and it is one of the prettiest vehicles that you’ll ever see on a showroom floor. Even those who are not into light modifications catch themselves giving this beauty a 2nd and a 3rd look so we definitely do not expect this vehicle to remain inside our showroom for long. It is truly a spectacle to behold.
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