Thursday, August 17, 2017

Cheap Muscle: 1963 Pontiac Grand Prix

The first generation Pontiac Grand Prix was a full sized B-Body based monster that was built on a shared chassis with the Buick Wildcat, Oldsmobile Delmont 88, Pontiac Catalina, and Chevrolet Impala. However, Pontiac was GM's "performance" brand so you could get it with a 421 cubic inch V8 that put 370 horsepower through a set of three two-barrel carburetors known as Tri-Power. Find this 1963 Pontiac Grand Prix offered for $8000 in Ft Myers, FL via craigslist. Tip from Dascpcu.


 From the seller:
2 Door Coupe
Engine 455 with 400 Transmission Shift Kit
4:11 Rear End
Bucket Seats
Interior is nice, Original Headliner
Solid car



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3 comments:

  1. What a great car. The lines/simplicity of it are what make it such a sweet ride. I particularly like the interior w/ center console/floor shifter of this era Grand Prix. So much potential here...

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  2. Back in the mid 70's, my BIL had one with a 389/4sp. It was pretty impressive for such a heavy car - it's one of those that he wishes he had back...

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