1976 Pontiac Grand Prix 93869 Miles Black 455ci V8 Automatic

Price: US $14,900.00 Item location: Local pick-up only
  • Condition: Used
  • Make: Pontiac
  • Model: Grand Prix
  • Type: --
  • Trim: --
  • Year: 1976
  • Mileage: 93869
  • VIN: 2K57W6P279832
  • Color: Black
  • Engine size: 455ci V8
  • Power options: --
  • Fuel: Gasoline
  • Transmission: Automatic
  • Drive type: --
  • Interior color: Red
  • Options: --
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Description:

1976 Pontiac Grand Prix --

GR Auto Gallery is pleased to present this stunning 1976 Pontiac Grand Prix! This gorgeous vehicle comes in a brilliant black paint job complimented by a clean black interior. Powering the Grand Prix is a rebuilt Jasper 455ci V8 motor mated to a stout automatic transmission. Upgrades to the 455 include a true duel exhaust system. Features of this head turning vehicle include power front disc brakes, power windows, power steering, power locks, working heat, A/C and much more. Additionally,... this vehicle is owned by an automotive professional and as such maintained to a high standard at his automotive shop. So, if you're in the market for a serious muscle car, you will be hard pressed to find a better bang for your buck than this Pontiac Grand Prix. Please call or email us for more information. The third generation Grand Prix was a midsize two door coupe that was produced by Pontiac from 1973 till 1977. It was larger than its predecessor and featured more safety equipment and an all new styling direction. Rear wheel drive with an automatic transmission were standard in addition to a number engines.The Grand Prix redesign included a new vertical-bar V-nose grille and single headlamps along with the new federally mandated 5 mph (8 km/h) front bumper. The rear featured a revised boattail-like trim with square-taillights above the bumper. Inside, a new instrument panel continued the wraparound cockpit theme of previous models with new African Crossfire Mahogany facing on the dashboard, console and door panels, which was "real" wood in contrast with the simulated woodgrain material found in most car interiors during that time.