With the Wide Track look, shining paint, concealed headlights, A/C interior, and overall drop-top appeal, this 1967 Pontiac Grand Prix convertible is an awesome all-around package. It's the kind of car where they made the big investments to make sure this is the V8 cruiser you'll want to take anywhere just so they can see you arrive everywhere.
What you're going to love about this full package is the way it keeps a classic style while still delivering the right well-integrated .....
upgrades. For example, the factory-correct Linden Green has been given a high-quality respray. So you have a color with the right 1960s vibe, but the bright and glossy glow really lets this convertible radiate on a sunny day drive. And we love the '67 Grand Prix because it's a true style master with all the right premium touches like the pinstripe that matches the black folding top, rear fender skirts, bright chrome bumpers, GTO-style tail lights, and a crease in the sheet metal that runs like an unbroken down the entire profile. But the piece that everyone loves the most on this coupe is the bold front end. Concealed headlights were only offered for two years, and the way the total package integrates with the front bumper and the sheet metal is a great reminder that stylists ruled the carmakers in this era.
Since the black roof looks so nice against the green paint, it's nice to see you can take it down to reveal a full black interior. The attractive condition of the seats, door panels, carpet, and dash pad is more evidence of an investment in restoration and quality care. This is the kind of car where you can appreciate the little classic details, like the button-top seatbacks, working courtesy light, and wood-like trim on the dash. Plus, there's an appeal to this one for being a full-size convertible with room for plenty of family and friends. You even have well-integrated upgrades to keep them all happy. This includes air conditioning now blowing cold with modern R134a refrigerant, and an AM/FM radio that looks stock but it really has modern Bluetooth capability. And no matter how many people are along for the ride, the driver is always the priority. Front bucket seats and a center console make for an individual experience. And power windows combine with the power convertible top to make sure you don't have to leave the driver's seat if you want to open this one up to the world.
Under the hood is proper Pontiac power. The 400 cubic-inch V8 is from the same family that was powering the ultra-hot GTOs. There's a bit more weight in the Grand Prix compared to the Goats, but that isn't a problem for this big power motor with a four-barrel carb on top. Originally advertised at 350 horsepower, it was able to deliver on the Pontiac's performance promise, and it even offered a nice sound from the dual exhaust. Then you add in great features like the three-speed automatic transmission, power steering, power brakes, and an upgraded Bare big front disc kit, and you have quite a confident cruiser.
You're looking at an imposing Pontiac with an awesome level of charm inside and out. So if you're looking to drive distinction, don't miss this deal. Call today!!!