1997 Pontiac Grand Prix RAM AIR GTX

Filed in Pontiac Grand Prix by on June 6, 2017 • views: 1020

The 1997 Pontiac Grand Prix Ram Air GTX tuned by SLP may go down as one of the few collectible cars from the 1990’s. So, what’s rare about a 1997 Grand Prix? How many supercharged, 300 horsepower, 3.8 liter V6’s do you remember seeing on the street? How many factory-endorsed SLP tuned cars PERIOD do you remember? A few special Trans Ams maybe, which have become very collectible, but not many.

SLP, (“Street Legal Performance”) best known for hot-rodding GM F-bodies, packs a Grand Prix GTP with a forced air induction system-including a new hood with nostrils-and freer-flowing stainless steel exhaust system with dual outlets and dual tips. The modifications bump output by 20 horsepower. Then, special badging included GTX RAM AIR nameplates were included, all at an additional $2500 above the factory MSRP of $24,380.

Other options included the GTX RAM AIR front and rear floor mats, and chrome 17″ GTX wheels. This car has the black factory paint and Purple ghost hood & deck stripes, factory power moonroof, and a charcoal leather bucket seat interior.

At a time when there wasn’t a GTO available, the Grand Prix GTX Ram Air made for a great performance sedan.

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