1968 428 4 speed Pontiac Grand Prix
Original matching #s 428, 4 speed, 342 posi 68 Grand Prix. Only 306 manual
trans cars produced in 68, that includes 3 speed manual with 400 engine.
1968 Pontiac Grand Prix- SOLD!!
1968 Pontiac Grand Prix! One owner, 135,000 miles, console shift, pw, pl,
new tires and custom wheels, original interior & headliner. Very nice car!
A ONE YEAR ONLY EDITION - 1967 GRAND PRIX CONVERTIBLE
The Grand Prix was introduced to the Pontiac line in 1962 to spice up the
Pontiac offerings. 1967 dawned and Pontiac management decided to spice up
the Grand Prix line by offering the a convertible model to compliment the
hardtop coupes. The Pontiac design again featured it's wide tread, beaked
nose facia, and unique tail treatment. Another design favorite are the
hidden headlights, slotted running lights, and the "Poncho" body. The
Pontiac Catalina and Grand Prix shared the 121 inch wheelbase. Power for
the Grand Prix came from a 360 bhp 428. Sales of the $3813 convertible and
the $3549 hardtop rose 15 percent from 1966 with total production amounting
to 42,981. For 1967, Pontiac was third place in U.S. car sales! However,
the sales increase for 1967 showed only 5,856 orders for the convertible
model. Pontiac dropped the Grand Prix convertible after '67 making this an
only year edition. Take a look at this Grand Prix for it is really a
beautiful car. The "Poncho" body makes the hugh expanse of sheet metal
past the front doors look absolutely sexy. Black vinyl interiors were
popular for years on all makes of sixties cars and this black pleated
interior mimics black leather very well. When remembering Pontiac, models
like this makes one realize that Pontiac use to be quite a car
1964 Pontiac Grand Prix " Sold " Drager's International Classic Sales 206-533-9600
1964 Pontiac Grand Prix. # 894S21574. This is one of those cars I had
to buy and when you see it you will agree. I bought this Grand Prix in
Oregon and it is a one family owned car. I have the original sales invoice
from Vic Bowman Pontiac in Oregon City. It was repainted once and I have a
big stack of receipts. They striped it down and did great job block sanding
so when you look at the photos notice the reflections. I did find a little
bubbling on the lower rear fenders. That and the rear package tray has a
bad spot in the right rear and right rear out side of the bumper has a spot
are about the only flaws you'll find. They are all photoed for you to see.
He did not have the receipts for the engine rebuild but on the rocker cover
is the sticker for the company that rebuilt the engine. Transmission was
rebuilt. This Pontiac has the 8 lug wheels and they are in excellent shape.
It's now serviced and safety checked. I have to tell you it did not need
much. Going over the receipts you can see why it's so nice. They always
changed the oil and kept it right up to date. I have not had a Grand Prix
in a long time. They have to have the best looking interior of most any
car. It's the dash that jumps out at you. Lots of chrome. The out side
lines are great too. They do not build them like this any more. You don't
see a lot of them and none in the condition this one is in. The engine
code 25K tells me it's a 389 cu.in. 303 HP. Engine with automatic
transmission. The S in the VIN tag tells me it was built in South Gate,
California. The 01D tells me it was built January in the 4th week. Trim
code 270 tells me the interior color is Saddle. Paint code S tells me
Saddle Bronze. Notice the 8 lug wheels, they really help set this car off.
I have to say it again, this is one beautiful car. I believe the Grand Prix
has one of the most beautiful dashes ever. Lots of chrome and dials, it
just looks good. Cond. # 2.
Drager's International Classic Sales
18805 Aurora Ave. N.
Seattle WA 98133
206-533-9600 Fax 206-542-0171
We charge a $50.00 doc fee for instate and $100.00 doc fee for out of state
sales on top of the selling price. The State of Washington says we can
charge up to $150.00 doc fee that is negotiable. The doc fees cover costs
such as trip permits and FedEx costs.
Drager's believes that it is very important to personally inspect the
vehicle you are interested in. If you cannot inspect it yourself you
should hire an inspector. Here are two very knowledgeable old car
appraisers you can contact.
John Kincl (360) 895-1766
Lance Lambert (206) 362-2530
We use Concours Transport Fred has done a great job for us over the years.
Fred will do a great job for you. Check out his web page.
2078 Ponticello DR.
Henderson NV 89052
We sell all of our vehicles AS IS, NO WARRANTY. We check them over,
we do a report card and we grade and decode each vehicle. We have them
serviced and safety checked. You can see these reports on our web page
www.dragers.com We try very hard to tell you everything that we know.
We give you lots of photos and video so you can see the vehicles very well.
We have been in classic sales for more than 30 years.
Jeri Drager 206-533-9600 Andrew Drager 206-459-3403
1969 Pontiac Grand Prix SJ Blu NSmyr020913
Pontiac certainly upped the stakes with this entry into the personal luxury
car field. The bumper and grille were integrated, and made a dramatic
appearance. The cockpit that encapsulated the driver made that individual
feel in control!
1968 Pontiac Grand Prix
Aside from a paint job, this 1968 Grand Prix isn't in bad of shape! This is
my friend's vehicle, and it's currently sitting in his backyard. No, it is
not for sale. Yes, it does run. You can see more photos of this car at:
1962 Pontiac Grand Prix - First year of the Grand Prix!
First year of the Grand Prix, only 30,195 built for '62. Give this car a
thumbs up (and share!) if you think it's as amazing as I do!
This car is 100% restored. Powered by a new 468 with approx 3000 miles,
dual Edlebrock 4 Barrel carbs.700R w/ overdrive transmission, posi-trac
rear end 3.42.
Interior is perfect, which is the factory installed original, not a mark
any where. Also perfect: carpet, headliner, dash, console, glove box,
Wonder bar radio w/ factory rear speaker.
Exterior is also perfect, repainted 5 years ago, as you can see from the
pictures, not a blemish anywhere.
8 Lug wheels
Wheel Bearing Replacement Grand Prix
This is how I replaced the wheel bearing on a 2008 Pontiac Grand Prix. The
car was scanned and showed the left front ABS sensor was not working
properly and this caused the ABS to come on randomly during braking. This
also disabled the Traction Control system.
*** I am not a mechanic and have no training whatsoever. I am not
responsible if you follow the explanations in this video and damage parts
or incorrectly install a component or cause injury to yourself or somebody
else. Wheel Bearings, Brakes, and other Steering/Suspension components
should only be changed by a qualified professional and this video is for
entertainment purposes only. ***
PONTIAC Grand Prix (1970 455cid w/rare 4speed, of which only around 500 were made)
A truly overlooked Luxury Performer. One of the top car magazines back in
the day tested a 390hp1969 H.O.428cid Grand Prix and reported times of 0-60
in 5.5 and a 13.8 quarter. This 1970 455v8 Grand Prix in the video was
rated with 20hp less (370hp for the 1970 455) due to emissions detuning for
1970. The 1970 455 was basically a larger (stroked) 428 with some emissions
How to replace a crankshaft sensor on a grand prix gtp
This video is dedicated for the GTP owners that need to do the same
crankshaft replacement procedure as I am demonstrating. I hope this video
helps anyone out there that needs to tackle such a job and the video also
shows that it can all be done with simple tools which in turn will save you
time and money.
Plies in his CHROME 1968 Pontiac Grand Prix on 26" DUB Azzmackas @ Florida Mall - 1080p HD
Plies driving around Florida Mall's parking lot, in his CHROME painted 68
Pontiac Grand Prix, tucking some chrome DUB Skirt Azzmackas Floaters 26's.
He driving in the parking lot like he in a regular car haha... Girls
screaming his name and taking pics with him as he going thru the parking
lot! Even had that chick's grandma take a pic with him. Lol. Finally he
valet parked his car, and I gotta solid video of it. In Orlando, FL for
Florida Classic 2012.
1990 Pontiac Grand Prix Turbo Walkaround/Drive-bys/etc
To be edited.
History, specs, other pub facts:
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