In 1969, GM Pontiac Division Head John Delorean created the second generation Grand Prix it was an immediate success, selling 100,000 the first year, just as the GTO had been a few years earlier. It was tagged a Gentleman's GTO. An Excutive "Hot Rod" of sorts. This Grand Prix is a TRUE "Survivor" all original and in very good condition. Built in Pontiac, Michigan USA. With only 47,000 miles since new, it is original throughout, original body panels, and paint Pontiac #86 Claret Red Metallic. Yes, it still shines!
It comes with the original numbers matching drive train. The Big Block 400 cu. in. HO, 4 barrel engine with an output of 350 horsepower and a massive 445 ft lbs of torque. Motor Trend Magazine clocked it at a quick 15 seconds in the 1/4 mile. The big block engine is hooked up to GM's legendary TH400 automatic transmission and 10 bolt differential. New dual Dynamax exhaust. Riding on all new coil springs and shocks at all four corners, together with 70 Series Performance radial tires mounted on 14 X 7 Pontiac RalleyII Sport Wheels. Air Conditioned, interior dressing is black, special Morrokide comfort cloth and vinyl split front bench seat faces the Aircraft-inspired wrap-around cockpit dash. Delorean's final touches were the extra long hood and flush mounted exterior door handles. This vehicles underside is clean, smooth and rust free. A very solid car!
Selling with MTO Safety Certified Certificate, includes MTO Buyer Package. Appraisal for MTO available.
Selling price, $16,000. Serious buyers please
Call 416-234-0164, Bob
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