The Seven-Ups Car Chase
this car chase is from the 1973 movie "the seven- ups" starring Roy
Schider. this chase features a 1969 pontiac ventura driving after a
pontiac grand ville at neck break speeds throughout the city. i hope you
1974 Pontiac Grand Ville Convertible - Put This One Under Your Tree (in your driveway)! - $14,500
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The Pontiac Grand Ville was the top-trim model in the Pontiac dividion
full-sized line from 1971 to 1975. The Grand Ville was built on the big GM
\"C\" platform, unlike other big Pontiacs with their \"B\" body. This
beautiful 1974 Pontiac Grand Ville Convertible has a freshly redone and
fully guaranteed 455 / 350 HP 4bbl V8 engine with less than 100 miles on
it, 135K believed accurate overall miles. The 400 turbo Hydra-matic transmission was just overhauled
as well. There is paperwork and receipts for all. Features include: power
steering, power brakes, power top, air conditioning, white leather
interior, black carpet, power windows, power driver seat, tilt steering
wheel, cruise control, AM/FM stereo with 8 track tape deck, new tires and
stainless steel dual Exhaust.
Grand Ville convertibles were rare in the years from 1971 to 1975 and there
were only 3,000 of the Grand Ville convertibles produced according to The
classic car database. The top, interior and boot of this convertible were
freshly redone to the tune of $3,500. This car is a beauty and practically
like new. And then came you--Let her steal your heart and drive away!
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vehicles are offered subject to an inspection and an appraisal if desired.
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Henrik's 73 Pontiac GrandVille
1973 Pontiac Grand Ville convertible, 455 cui V8. Bought in Sandusky, Ohio
in 2005 and imported to Sweden. Currently in Denmark where we live.
1975 Pontiac Grandville with 455 motor on Dyno
Bar-B-Cruise member Greg's 1975 Pontiac Grandville convertible. The motor
is a Pontiac 455 bored .030 over with edelbock aluminum heads, eldelbrock
intake, Dougs headers, Holley 800.
the Dyno operater is
driving the car and ran it up to 145mph before stopping due to the tires.
Tires were not speed rated that high, but the motor had more in it.
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GRAND RAG-TOP, 1972 PONTIAC GRAND VILLE
A HUGE PONTIAC ON A 126 INCH WHEELBASE OFFERED 3 GRAND VILLE BODY STYLES
THIS YEAR AND A FIRST WITH A CONVERTIBLE. THESE HEAVY CARS WERE POWERED
WITH A 455 CID V-8 ENGINE THAT PRODUCED 185 HORSES. PERFORMANCE WAS STILL
THE NAME OF THE GAME WITH ALL PONTIAC MODELS. GRAND VILLE'S ALSO OFFERED A
220 HORSE AS AN OPTION. IMPACT ABSORBING BUMPERS WERE STANDARD
ANTICIPATING FEDERAL MANDATED SAFETY REGULATIONS. GRAND VILLE MODELS COULD
BE ORDERED WITH CLOTH / VINYL OR FULL VINYL INTERIORS AND AN ARRAY OF
OPTIONS THAT MOST BUYERS TOOK ADVANTAGE OF. THIS PONTIAC CONVERTIBLE IS A
BEAUTIFUL MACHINE IN ORGINAL CONDITION. THE DARK GREEN METALLIC PAINT IS
ACCENTED WITH GOLD PINSTRIPE AND SADDLE TAN VINYL INTERIOR. THE GRILLE IS
BONNEVILLE SIMLIAR AND HAD NEW SLOTTED TAILIGHTS. THIS IS TRULY A LARGE
VEHICLE WITH ABUNDANT SHEET METAL AND DESIGN PIZZAZ. ( I ALMOST BOUGHT A
PONTIAC GRAND VILLE RAGTOP MYSELF IN 1974 ). A WONDERFUL ORIGINAL
SURVIVOR RARE CAR THIS IS, AND WOULD BE GREAT TO " TOOL AROUND " IN.
IMAGINE DRIVING THIS WITH THE TOP DOWN - WHEN IT'S WARM OUTSIDE!
1975 PONTIAC GRAND VILLE BROUGHAM CONVERTIBLE 455 V-8
Here's an acquisition of July 20, 2012! This is a 1975 Pontiac Grand Ville
convertible in its first-year color of Arctic Blue (4,519 produced), the
last year for the convertible in the full-size GM line-up and the only
non-Cadillac model made in its highest trim level as a convertible as both
Olds and Buick convertibles were made on the Delta 88 and LeSabre trim
lines. The Grand Ville first appeared in 1971 as the top of the line with
Bonneville replacing the Star Chief. This was also the last year for the
Grand Ville as Bonneville once again became Head Chief in '76. In '71-'74,
the 455 engine was standard equipment, but was replaced by the 400 in '75
as emission and gas mileage regulations took their toll. The 455 could be
ordered as an option, though, and this car, with 62K miles, is equipped
with it, as well as air-conditioning.
Pontiac Banshee A Longer Look
The Banshee was a vision for what the Firebird could become. Of course,
this concept car could never be built exactly, too low on the road and it
wouldn't pass the safety and crash tests, but it was exciting. It
demonstrated that the problem with GM cars didn't sit on the designers'
shoulders. They were more than capable of dreaming up engaging and fun
vehicles that would set imaginations on fire.