Monday, February 20, 2012

1977 Pontiac Grand Prix

From "guest writer, Clint H.

I really like this car. To me, it epitomizes the late 70's Detroit styling that, although the emissions choked engines didn't produce big performance numbers, you could still get there in style.

Not much is said in the add but the seller does state the car is in original, excellent condition with only 60k miles.

1977 was the last year for the 3rd Gen Grand Prix's and the last year to be guaranteed a V8. Their were four options for engines and the seller doesn't state which is in the car but they all came with the three speed Turbo-Hydramatic auto.

Although more than 270,000 Grand Prix's were made in 1977, I doubt many are left with 60k miles or less and that look this good. This car would get a lot of attention at your local cruise-in. Well, at least more than an Oldsmobile Omega.

Located in Newnan, GA, click here to see the Craigslist ad.
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Thanks Clint!

2 comments:

Blair Russell said...

I liked the crack at the Oldsmobile Omega. As for the ad, I'm dying to find out which 8-track tapes you get with the vehicle. Is it Frampton Comes Alive?

Christopher King said...

For that body style the '73 was clearly best.

http://www.highperformancepontiac.com/features/hppp_0906_pontiac_collectors_top_picks/photo_12.html

Here is a '74
http://www.azcarsandtrucks.com/1974grandprix.html

Peace.