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1969 Pontiac Grand Prix J Barn Find

1969 Pontiac Grand Prix for sale
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The Grand Prix was introduced by Pontiac in 1962 replacing the Ventura. It was essentially a standard Catalina with minimal outside chrome trim and a sportier interior with bucket seats as well as a center console. In 1969 DeLorean ordered the development of an all new Grand Prix which was smaller, lighter, had its own body and brought a new level of style and luxury to the intermediate class. The new body had a Coke bottle shape as well as other styling cues from the Duesenberg as well as the longest hood Pontiac ever produced which gave the Grand Prix a feel of high luxury without the high cost. This particular car has been sitting on blocks for over 15 years and is a true barn find. It is equipped with a 350hp 400ci V8, a Turbo 400 tranny and a 10 bolt posi rear end with 3:23 gears. Other options on this car include A/C, 15Ē rally rims, power windows, power locks, tilt, power steering, power brakes and front disc brakes. The A/C compressor has been removed and is in the trunk. The stereo is an aftermarket shaft stereo so the dash was not cut to install it. It was just completely serviced which included fresh oil, a new oil filter, spark plugs, cap, rotor, plug wires and a new air filter. The tranny was also serviced which included a new filter, gasket and fluids. The brakes were just gone through as well. It also has a new fuel pump, new fuel lines, a new alternator and a new battery. It currently has a small exhaust leak which is really the only thing in need of immediate attention should you want to drive this car as is. The only other concerns are that the center cap for the steering wheel is missing and the blinkers are not working. This would make a great driver or a great restoration project. We have priced this car below the low N.A.D.A. value for a quick sale so donít wait to call us if you like what you see! For more pictures and a video of the engine visit HotRodsChoppers.com SOLD

$4,900


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