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1965 Pontiac Grand Prix Classic Muscle Car for Sale in MI Vanguard Motor Sales
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Wow this is one Hot 65 Grand Prix.
This is one of the cleanest GP's I have seen in a long time.
This Grand Prix was owned by an exclusive GM engineer as you can see in the
door jam it was signed by him. It came originally with a 389 motor now has
one of Pontiac's rarest 421 HO Spec. Order YT Blocks 1 Of 29 Made, with Tri
Power. This car runs like a top. The body is straight as and arrow as you
can see in the pics and it shifts on the money. Interior is near perfect
condition the only thing I could see wrong was the wood laminate curling up
on the dash and console. It has the Pontiac 8 lug wheels even the rear
speaker in the back seat works. Power antenna, A/C. Paint is impeccable,
Chrome is gorgeous this is a true winner no disappointments with this bad
Windshield Washer & Dual Speed wipers
Mirror Visor Vanity
Mirror inside non glare tilt
Mirror Outside remote
Lamps back up
Verba phonic rear speaker
Lamp roof rail and reading
Lamp ash tray and lighter
Lamp parking brake
Glass soft ray all windows
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2004 Pontiac Grand Prix GT1
2004 Grand Prix GT1. Quick recording taken June 2007 to accompany an advert
to sell the car. This video might be handy if you're interested in buying
one of these 04's used but haven't been behind the wheel yet. Much hoo'rah
is made about the supercharged version, but in this video you can hear what
the standard 3800 w/ dual Exhaust
sounds like behind the wheel, plus the interior, gauges and buttons.
BACKGROUND: I owned this car from 05-07 after my 01 Impala LS was totaled.
Was bought 1 year old with 49K km in Halifax NS for only $12,750 (less than
1/2 price of new -- gotta love gm depreciation). Yes I know these Pontiacs
are a bit cheesy and the interiors a tad Rubbermaid, but for the money it
was a perfect car for the 2 yrs and 35K I drove it. Was used mostly for
long distance highway driving and was comfortable and entertaining even
after 10 hrs. Can pass anything in seconds, and got around 38mpg or 7.5
L/100km. Sold when I moved to Montreal Quebec in 07 for $10,250 so I
figured it was a decent ROI and no repair costs at all.
2001 Pontiac Grand Prix GT CV Joint Half Shaft Change
Had to change my drivers side CV joint half shaft assembly. Had a vibration
when I accelerated and it wasn't getting any better. So I bought a new axle
and changed it myself. Not as bad a job as I was predicting. Saved myself a
few hundred bucks by doing it in my garage. Part was fairly cheap and took
about 2 hours out of my life. The passenger side is the same brand as the
drivers was so I am expecting that one to go bad soon too. I will change
that one myself as well since I know how to do it now. Make sure you take
the ball joint and the tie rod loose before you take the axle out. It will
be so much easier if you do. Also, you shouldn't have to remove the hub
assembly, but I did. The old shaft was from Pep Boys and only lasted about
a year. The new one I got from O'Reilly's Auto parts. It says it's brand
new as the Pep Boys was a rebuilt one. Hopefully the new one is better
quality. Have fun. Had to mute some background music so I put some royalty
free country and folk music in it instead.
Weak federal standard allows deadly car-into-truck crashes
IIHS news release • March 1, 2011
Underride guards on big rigs often fail in crashes; Institute petitions
government for new standard
ARLINGTON, VA — New crash tests and analysis by the Insurance Institute
for Highway Safety demonstrate that underride guards on tractor-trailers
can fail in relatively low-speed crashes — with deadly consequences. The
Institute is petitioning the federal government to require stronger
underride guards that will remain in place during a crash and to mandate
guards for more large trucks and trailers.
Full text of release at http://www.iihs.org/news/rss/pr030111.html
1990 Pontiac Grand Prix Turbo Walkaround/Drive-bys/etc
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