1976 Pontiac Grand Prix
In 1976 Pontiac celebrated their 50th Anniversary, one of the models they chose to represent this was the Grand Prix. Pontiac manufactured 228,091 Grand Prix's in 1976 out of those only 4,807 of those were the Golden Anniversary model, making it a rare model even then. There are very few of these cars around today, I bought this one for the second owners daughter after she passed, who bought it from the original owner who was a friend. The car is original, no paint or body work to my knowledge has ever been done, the vinyl top is original, with only one very small crack in one corner, all the rest still great shape, velour interior is incredible with minor wearing, dash has no cracks of fading, glass is original, car has rare 60/40 split bench seat, with 6 way power for the driver, car has almost every option available in 76, all it is missing from what I can tell is the leather interior package and the lighted visor vanity mirror on the passenger side. T-Tops are in great shape and Do Not leak! a little wind noise come from them, but never have leaked water. Rare 455 engine is very powerful and strong, slight oil leak, transmissions shifts smooth, tires are in great shape. Has and AM/FM 8 Track that still works, no modifications have been done in any way to this car. Car spent all of it life in Tulsa OK until I bought it 10 years ago, has been in Northern CA since. A/C is not working in the car at the moment, needs a new compressor, rear window defogger has never worked since I bought the car, every thing else in the car works as it should. Paint shines wonderfully, has small door dings and scratches, pervious owner I was told worked at a Salvation Army in Tulsa, always parked it under one of the big trees in the parking lot in the summer to keep it cool, has bird dropping stains that show at certain times of the day mainly at dusk, car has one small rust spot in front of the rear drivers wheel (pictured) but have never found any other rust any where on the car. Have original window sticker, T-Top information and owners manual that came with the car. Also has new NOS 50thAnniversary hood ornament and truck lock, these alonego for around $400 for the set. Nada Guide,values this car at between $15,000 to $28,000 due to its rarity and depending on condition. Vehicle is also listed locally, I reserve the right to end auction at any time.