1977 Pontiac Grand Prix For Sale

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1977 Pontiac Grand Prix43,000 original miles ... Firethorn Red Metallic exterior with matching interior ... One owner ... Completely rust-free ... Power windows ... All original

Please take advantage of this opportunity to purchase this beautifully maintained rust free and low mileage 1977 Pontiac Grand Prix.  Having traveled only 43,000 miles, this one-owner all original car is truly a survivor.

Finished in Firethorn Red metallic finish and gold pin striping with a perfect matching landau vinyl top, this car definitely makes a statement.  The original factory paint has a brilliant luster, and is further enhanced by this car’s abundance of chrome and bright-work which is in excellent condition.  The car also has a beautiful matching red interior that complements the car’s stunning exterior.  The seats, door panels, headliner, dashboard and carpeting are without imperfection and look as good as they did in 1977, when this car left the showroom floor.  In addition, the car runs and drives as good as it looks, with smooth and silent acceleration and tight and precise steering.  This car just completed a 900 mile roadtrip with no issues.  It’s like driving a new car!

You will also appreciate the level of optional equipment with which this car is equipped, including power windows, AM/FM stereo cassette radio, tilt steering wheel, aftermarket cruise control (not currently working), front GM factory floormats, and Pontiac rallye wheels.

Other items of note are that the clock does not work.  In addition, given that this car still sports its original paint, there are some minor dings and other minor imperfections that are not visible in photographs and by no means diminish the overall appearance of the car, either from near or afar.

This car was acquired from its original owner, who purchased the car on August 17, 1977 from Pace Pontiac, Inc. of Akron, Ohio.  A color copy of the original title will be provided to the next owner of this car.  The car was rustproofed at the dealer, as the “Limited Rustproofing Warranty” certificate will attest, but was never driven in winter and was always stored indoors, which accounts for its rust-free condition today.

In addition to the rustproofing warranty certificate, all other original manuals and paperwork will be provided to the next owner of the car, including consumer and warranty information, operating instructions and general information manuals, stereo manuals, and the 1977 accessories catalog.