This is a beautiful example of a 1967 Pontiac Grand Prix!
Besides the 18” and 20” high quality “Budnik” alloy wheels, the car is a pretty clean and original survivor.
The car was found listed on ebay by Northwest House of Hardtops in Portland Oregon. It was listed at $22,000.
It was described as:
1967 Pontiac Grand Prix – An extremely well preserved and pampered Grand Prix with only 71,393 miles showing on the odometer. Arrow-straight, rock-solid and beautifully refinished in the original Platinum Metallic.
- Original 400 V8 engine
- Automatic transmission
- Factory air conditioning
- Power steering and brakes
- Tilt steering column
- AM-FM stereo system
- CD stacker in trunk with remote
- Front and rear split bench seats
- Near perfect ORIGINAL black upholstery
- Rare vacuum hide-away headlights
- Outstanding chrome, glass and trim
- 18” and 20” high quality “Budnik” alloys
- Superior quality throughout!
Now, Pontiac Hunters is in no way affiliated with the seller, but when I think about what new cars cost today, and all the electronic/computer controlled components that can nickle and dime you when the warranty expires, this car, built before the days of computers and electronic sensors, starts looking like a great investment!
Be sure to check out the condition of the interior, and engine compartment photos!
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