Starting Life In Alabama, This Amazing Grand Prix SJ Has Been With The Current Owner For Better Than Three Decades.
All GPs embodied luxury and performance, the upgraded SJ model (the designation recalling Duesenbergs of yore) offered more standard features plus a range of 428 ci motors good for up to 390 horsepower. Later, the 428 discontinued in favor of a 455 cubic inch engine that produced 500 pound feet of stump pulling, or, as was more often the case, horse-trailer towing torque.
Subtle changes to the body over the four-year run didn’t compromise the classic lines introduced in ’69, not even the neo-boat tail rear that debuted in ’71. Age has been good to the GP; its silhouette and contours are ageless. Not a wallowing land yacht, nor a bucket seated compact overachiever, the Grand Prix was, and still is, in a class all its own. The eternal design and potent yet tried-and-true mechanicals coupled with the fact that GPs are both affordable to buy and maintain make a compelling case for drivable collectibility. Grand Prix is a logical choice for reserved vehicular self indulgence, a paragon of upward mobility, now as it was then.
Documented With Original Factory Build Sheet .
Features On This GORGEOUS Nicely Optioned Black Beauty:
455 (Code YC) Engine – 4 Barrel Carburetor
Turbo 400 Automatic Transmission With Floor Shift And Console
Power Front Disc Brakes
Rally Gauges With Clock
Special Performance Hood Tachometer
Sport Steering Wheel
Factory Air Conditioning
Power Door Locks
Tilt Steering Wheel
Dual Sport Mirrors With Remote Drivers Side Mirror
Gorgeous Smooth And Straight Black Paint Over A Solid Rust Free Body
Black Bucket Seat Interior
Nicely Documented With Receipts Of Work Performed.
This is a consignment vehicle and the information above was provided by the current owner. We can make no guarantees as to the accuracy of the above information. However, please understand as with all pre-owned automobiles, the described condition is subjective.
Worldwide Enclosed Transporting/Financing Available.