~ GPs Wanted ~

‘62 GP:  Looking for 1962 Grand Prix, for cruising – originality not important, Prefer rust free and not a project, price range 5k -25k. THANKS! Call (630) 561-8713 George Pappas pontiacguygeorge@gmail.com (IL) (6/19)

~ GPs For Sale

‘62 GP: Resto Rod, LS2 engine, 4L60E Trans., 8-Lug wheels, custom digital dash, power windows, seats, remote entry. White interior, Vintage A/C. Complete restoration front to back. One of a kind, $39,000 or best reasonable offer. Frank Chamberland (508) 364-1132 (MA)(2-20)

 

 

 

 

 

 

1963 Grand Prix  Black over cameo ivory. 389 4 bbl, automatic. Black interior, 5,000 miles on rebuilt gngine. Multiple award winner $20,000, Michael Giuliano, mike.giuliano@aol.com, 216-257-9381 (OH)(4/20)

’65 Grand Prix    $18000    Britt’s Tire Service  934 Mail Street   Hellertown, PA   610-838-6568.  All stock, 389, typical 50+ year old body issues, nice driver.(2-20)

 

 

1967 GP Convertible: Our family has owned this vehicle for over 40 years. Red with White top. Had a frame on restoration ($15,819) 4 years ago. Interior is all original. Has a 428 engine 4 barrel carb, has 98,943 miles on it. This is one you have to see! $25,700 Robert Brown, rbrown@brownautomotive. com (419) 531-0151 (OH) (10/19)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1967 Grand Prix: All original, numbers matching, 53,600 miles, Auto, AC/PB/PS/PW, white, black vinyl top, black buckets. Two owner California Survivor, new water pump, new fuel pump, new battery, carb rebuilt, complete tune up, needs nothing! Asking $32,000, contact Rick Evans (435) 619-7218 (UT) (10/19)

 
 

 

 

 

 

 

1967 Grand Prix convertible. Frame off restoration in 2011.  Frame blasted and powder coated.  Body blasted, etched, rust proofed. Repainted in original Cameo Cream with black interior and new black top. Original 428 engine rebuilt, bored .030” over, performance cam. Electronic ignition. Original TH 400 trans rebuilt with shift kit. SS 2.5” exhaust complete with ceramic coated long branch manifolds, X-crossover, dual 18” Goerlich mufflers and 12” Vibrant resonators. Highly optioned. A/C, PB, PS, PW, P-Vents, P-Locks, P-Driver seat, P-Top, P-Antenna, cornering lights, remote driver side mirror, tilt steering wheel, after market mahogany steering wheel, 8 Lug wheels, auxiliary Auto Meter tach, oil pressure, water temp and voltage gauges mounted in console.  Fender skirts and SS rear wheel well trim. New front suspension. 1 1/4” front stabilizer with polyurethane bushings. 1” rear stabilizer with greaseable tubular lower control arms. Non working radio. Car has a 2.73 rear, so it tachs about 2400 rpm at 70 mph. Many extras on this car. Has new U joints and drive shaft speed balanced. 8 lugs were high speed balanced on the car. Steering wheel is a Grant Classic. It has original 16” diameter and 4” dish, but grip is much thicker than original, eliminating hand fatigue on long drives. I have the original wood grain sports wheel which will go with car. Machined the original PMC horn collar and used specialty fasteners for mounting this wheel like factory original. With all these ride improvements the car really does drive like a dream. Smooth, powerful and responsive. Many compliments and awards. $39,000. Contact Bruce Petersen at scicona@gmail.com.  804-402-3770. (8/19)

 

1969 Grand Prix model J: 32K Actual Miles, Original plug wires & Exhaust – (except for 1 NOS Muffler & 1 NOS Resonator) PHS documented, Crystal Turquoise, Black Interior Black Vinyl, All numbers match, 38K, Dave 708-254-7519 pontiacdave1@gmail.com (3/20) 

1970 Grand Prix Model J: Nice driver, original drivetrain with 400 4-barrel and turbo 400. Tune-up, fluids changed, radiator flushed, new shocks, fuel pump, and water pump in last 12,000 miles. Drive anywhere. 145,000 miles. $7,500. Ken Mol (712)262-3821 (IA)(4/20)

 

1971 Hurst SSJ: Restored. $36K. White/Gold, All numbers match, Dave 708-254-7519, pontiacdave1@gmail.com (3/20) 

 

‘71 Hurst SSJ GP: Survivor (1 of 157). Fully documented via PHS and multiple build sheets. One of only a few originals left, and one of the best driving GPs in existence. Unmodified, unmolested, highly maintained car that’s never been apart. Gold paint has flaws, seats have typical seam splits found on 48-year-old cars, body, floor, and trunk are remarkable. White door panels, carpet, and headliner are excellent. A true, rare time machine in great overall condition. If you’re looking for an SSJ, this one is worth your consideration. Asking $43,000 Harvey Morris, hurstssj@gmail.com (813) 671-2817 (FL)(6/19)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1971 GP SJ: Bought from original owner. PW,PB,PS, A/C works R-12, rear defog, AM 8-track works, PHS docs, protect-o-plate, sale docs, manual, build sheet, service docs, 43K miles, need to sell for daughters college fees. Email: pugewok@me.com.$35,000, some room on price. Stephen White (713) 722-0699 (TX)(2-20)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

72 GP SJ: Absolutely perfect and gorgeous. Triple black, 455, fully documented, factory build sheet. 3rd owner $28,000 Jo Petteruti, benevenuto@aol.com (775) 217-9516 (NV)(2-20)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1972 Model J: Restored, $25K, Bluestone Grey Poly, All numbers match, Dave 708-254-7519, pontiacdave1@gmail.com (3/20) 

 

 

1977 GP: Original mint survivor car purchased Sept. 1978, always garaged, 400/400,39K original miles, full power, loaded w/auto air and T-tops, triple black, velour buckets, extra parts included. $19,000. Richard Mechowski  573-896-0100 (MO) wagonman1996@yahoo.com   (4/20)

‘85 Grand Prix Brougham: Black, 21,000 miles, never driven in rain or snow, 305 V8, factory Truespoke wire wheels with Pontiac caps. Tan velour interior with gold pin stripe, brand new Vogue white wall tires. This also is the finest in the world left for this year, power everything including glass roof, $15,000. Contact Mr. Richard Lovejoy (515)783-6637 (IA)  (8/18)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

’90 Grand Prix SE: 2-door coupe, V6, 5-speed manual. 191 cu in/3.1 L, PS, 4wheel PDB, AC, PL, PW (no tint), AM/FM/tape, redundant control inoperative, dual exhaust, 16″ cast alum wheels, factory paint body color, fog lamps, front seats 60/40 recl & articulated controls, cruise, 95K mi. Over $8K invest int/ext/mech by present owner. Records on request. Pontiac’s personal sports machine. Well maint, no rust. One of 659 made in 1990, $5,500. Call Roland Eggebrecht (414) 321- 3639.(W1) (9/19)