1973 Pontiac Grand Prix Coupe For Sale In Monroe, Tennessee 38573
If you are someone who appreciates classic authenticity laced with powerful performance than you owe it to yourself to check out this 1973 Pontiac Grand Prix Coupe! This two-door coupe features a strong, stately styling that is reminiscent of a simpler era. It is dressed in beautiful, blue exterior that is complemented by an exceptionally clean matching blue interior. Powered by a 400 V8 engine that is mated with an automatic transmission that offers an impressive 230 horsepower, this charming coupe is eager to get out on the road for an enjoyable driving experience.
The 1973 Pontiac Grand Prix Coupe is a line of automobiles produced by the Pontiac Division of General Motors from 1962 through 2002 for coupes and 1988–2008 for sedans. All A-bodies, including the Grand Prix, were redesigned for 1973. This generation was larger and heavier, due partly to the federally mandated 5 mph crash bumpers. Although large V8s were still available, the performance was on the decline due to new emissions control systems. The most notable styling feature of this generation was the appearance of the fixed opera window, replacing the previous disappearing rear side glass. This year's Grand Prix switched from pillarless hardtop design to a pillared "Colonnade" hardtop with frameless door glass as did all GM intermediates in response to proposed federal safety standards regarding roll-over protection.
The front and rear styling of the 1973 Grand Prix was an evolution of the 1971 and 1972 models with a vertical-bar V-nose grille and single headlamps along with the new federally mandated 5 mph (8 km/h) front bumper. The rear featured a revised boattail-like trim with square-taillights above the bumper.
A new instrument panel continued the wraparound cockpit theme of previous models with new African Crossfire Mahogany facing on the dashboard, console, and door panels, which was "real" wood in contrast with the simulated woodgrain material found in most car interiors during that time. The Strato bucket seats were completely new with higher seatbacks and integrated headrests in Morrokide or cloth trims, and optional recliners and adjustable lumbar support, with a notchback bench seat offered as a no-cost option. This 1973 Pontiac Grand Prix Coupe comes with a plethora of options and features that are perfect for any true classic car enthusiast.
This 1973 Pontiac Grand Prix Coupe has been very well maintained. It is a must see/drive to truly appreciate its classic authenticity and charm. In fact, come see for yourself! You will agree that you cannot find another '73 Pontiac Grand Prix Coupe in this condition for the asking price. Don't miss out on this amazing opportunity to own a true collector's car that will appreciate in value over time. Call today for more information on how you can get behind the wheel of this iconic classic gem!!