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1975 Pontiac Grand Prix

1975 Pontiac Grand Prix in LaVergne Tennessee

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In the 1970s, if you wanted a little performance with your luxury (or was it luxury with your performance?) then Pontiac was where you shopped. This 1975 Pontiac Grand Prix is a very nice, 39,587 actual-mileage survivor that neatly combines a strong-running V8 with the best luxury features GM had to offer, all wrapped in some of the best styling of the / br / Unlike many of its corporate cousins, the Pontiac Grand Prix didnt seem to get clumsy-looking as the decade wore on. Instead, the handsome long nose/short deck profile continued to be a big seller, and with dramatic elements like the split grille and steeply sloping rear window, it looked fast but not like a kids car. The handsome Oxford Brown paint was resprayed a few year back and makes this big-body subtle but hard to miss, and it highlights why these cars were popular then and will likely become desirable collectors items in the near future. Note the sweeping front fender line that continues to just about where the driver sits, then kicks up again to finish out the quarter panel. Thats a line thats been alive since the early days of sports cars and put to great use by GM in so many products. It looks awesome and gives lithe proportions to even a big car like the Grand Prix. Good driver-quality paint certainly helps, with a shine thats quite impressive, and even though it shows some signs of use, the car is still very presentable and attention grabbing. Chrome was a big feature in the 70s, and the bumpers, trim, and lenses on this Poncho all look quite good, and you just cant have a luxury coupe in 1975 without a padded / br / Sure, the tan and brown interior is pure disco-era flash, but they didnt skimp on the sport or luxury at Pontiac. Bucket seats mean theres plenty of room for everyone, and the upholstery is in great condition, as youd expect on a car with so few miles. The gauges are exceptionally cool round units in a wrap-around instrument panel, flanked by round A/C vents that complete the racy look. Theres nothing here thats been modified or even really used, and the years have been kind because the door panels, dash pad, carpets, and steering wheel all look quite good. Even the original AM/FM radio is still in the middle of the dash, although its unfortunately not currently working. This cars originality is also quite evident in the trunk where it shows factory paint, an original mat, and what just might be the original spare tire and jack / br / A 455 cubic inch V8 was quite a get on the Grand Prix, and this one still runs like it should with plenety of horsepower and torque on tap. The original carb isnt going to win any horsepower contests, but its incomparably smooth, proving once again that good original cars just feel better. The engine bay is highly original and while it shows some age, theres really nothing it needs to make it ready for survivor-class competition beyond a good clean-up. The engine runs smoothly with impressive torque at almost any speed, and its a great car for cruising the interstates, where it just loafs along unobtrusively. It includes a heavy-duty TH400 3-speed automatic transmission and a 10-bolt rear end, and it appears that much of the exhaust system is still original equipment save for the muffler. Standard gold honey-comb wheels look great and wear 225/70/15 BFGoodrich T/A white-letter radials to really finish off the look / br / Incredibly clean and quite authentic, this car will be a great feature in preservation classes and reminds us how good cars were back in the day. Call today!br/br/
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Streetside Classic Cars Nashville (253)
6000 Reliance Dr
LaVergne Tennessee 37086
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Streetside Classic Cars Nashville(253)
6000 Reliance Dr
LaVergne, Tennessee 37086
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