213 Thornton Rd
Lithia Springs, GA
Lithia Springs, GA
Formal, classic, loaded, and luxurious, this 1971 Pontiac Grand Prix has true classic car distinction. So check out all the details, from the big numbers-matching V8 under the hood to the comfy A/C interior, and you'll soon understand what 1970s personal luxury was all about.
This car understands how to maximize its appeal. The factory-correct silver paint has a nice luster that loves to highlight the long pointed hood, sharp creases in the fenders, and the artful lines of the trunk. There's no better way to show off a hardtop profile than with a black vinyl roof, and there's even a full-length black pinstripe to match. The full package has a very well-integrated look where this was one of the final years before new bumper laws took effect, and so these chrome kings know how to hug the body lines. The value price does leave room in your budget in case you want to make improvements to the body or add your own personal touches. But from day one this Pontiac has elegance. GM even gave this the Model J designation that was borrowed from Duesenberg as part of a way to show these were premium machines. The details really justify this. This Grand Prix has a timeless grand style everywhere from the flush-fitting pop-out door handles, to the way the headlights gracefully rise above the front sheet metal.
We love it when the roof color is also a preview of the interior color. Personal luxury means high-back seats finished with a button-top design, and a front fold-down armrest gives bucket-like individuality up front. Plus, the dash wraps around you. Your gauges are set deep into a three-pod design like a European sports car, and it's an easy reach to nice features like the cold-blowing factory air conditioning. This is a well-preserved true classic. So you'll really appreciate the time capsule details, like the working AM radio with a separate 8-track player.
Under the hood is Pontiac's legendary 400 cubic-inch V8, and this is the car's numbers-matching motor. It's topped with a four-barrel carburetor because they knew how to make sure this coupe could move with confidence. It's a well-respected package, and that makes it a great classic for the road. Features like the three-speed automatic transmission, power steering, and power brakes w/discs up front continue this easy cruiser feeling. You even have newer tires on those classic Pontiac Rally II wheels.
A Grand Prix is all about a great luxury classic, and this one has the looks, features, power, and poise to live up to it all. That makes it a terrific personal coupe that you need to get your hands on right now. Call today!!!
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