~ GPs Wanted ~

’69 GP SJ: good condition, driver, 428 HO preferred. Mike  Lee ( (LA)(2/21)
 
76 or 77 SJ or LJ Grand Prix  Must have 400 or 455 engine, T-Tops would be a preference but not a must. In regards to color I’m pretty much open but my pref is Triple Black or Triple Red.  Also two tones in Red/Red, Silver/Gray, Brown/Beige that all works.
Chad Lopez        (FL)(2/21)
 

~ GPs For Sale

62 GP: Fully Loaded with Options.Running driver, but needs some exterior attention. PHS documents included. Owners manual with original keys. 8-Lugs, Air Conditioner, Power Windows, Tri-power, 4-Spd manual trans, Black interior and Belmar Red Exterior. $22,000. James Woyjeck (CA)(2/21)

‘63 GP: Blue exterior & interior, very good condition, PS, PB, rebuilt transmission, 8-lug wheels, new tires. Have replacement dash, needs carb rebuilt and exhaust work. $11,500.Tom Davidson (KY)(2/21)

‘66 GP: 421 HO, 4 speed, super rare Factory AC car. PHS documentation. Basically better than new car after a 8 year $125,000 professional restoration not including original acquisition cost of $10,000. Driven 20 miles since finished. Original odometer shows 38,950 miles. Equipped as it left the factory (except for
dealer installed AM/FM) with Verba-Phonic Rear Speaker, Aluminum wheel hubs & Drums, PS, PB, all Soft Ray Glass, Air Conditioning, SafeT-Track rear axle with 3:55 gearing, 4 speed manual transmission, tachometer, and HO-Tri-Power 421 CI WJ motor—carbs are original with tags. Black/Black. This car was totally dismantled down to each and every part, and replaced with NOS, or refurbished & rebuilt, and restored parts and systems.. All metal parts that are not chromed or stainless were powder coated prior to painting, including the frame, suspension and attaching body shell parts. The complete body shell was powder coated prior to painting and contains no bondo. No floor repairs nor trunk repairs were needed. The radiator core has been replaced with ultra modern high flow core. Gauges, AC system, carbs, wiring, am/fm radio with reverb, and all electrics system parts were sent out to nationally recognized companies to be refurbished and rebuilt. No expense was spared as I was one of the lucky 500 in 66 who special ordered a 66 GP Factory 4 speed and got it, and regretted selling it ever since. Since this is the ultimate GP for many, I wanted it NEW. It was entered into 2 shows for 2020, but COVID cancelled them. Unfortunately, I have run out of life time, can’t drive it, and it must go. $89,000 OBO. I also have it’s 26’ JimGlo aluminum/composite show trailer for sale after GP is sold. Tom Gardner $32,000.   (2/21)

‘67 GP Convertible: factory 4 speed translates to 1 of 205!
Frame, floor pans, suspension, engine, and trans properly refreshed, reassembled/ reinstalled. $9,000 in new still packaged parts. Body work 50% complete. New Hankook’s mounted on restored eight lugs.
Bumpers re-chromed, moldings polished and wrapped. Owner unable to complete frame off resto. $22,500, contact Dan Simko   (2/21)

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: .$35,000, some room on price. Stephen White (TX)(2-20)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

71 Grand Prix   One Family car, 34K miles, $18500.  Complete history including Protect-O-Plate, dealer invoice, warranty folder. This Colorado car has 400 V-8, P/S, P/B, P/W, A/C, AM-FM Stereo, Honey Comb Wheels.  1 repaint. Original interior except driver seat been recovered.  A/C, radio & clock not working. Call (6-21)