1967 Pontiac Grand Prix Convertible 400ci Buckets Console Low Reserve
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Hilton, New York, United States
Technical data for 1967 Pontiac Grand Prix Convertible
1967 Pontiac Grand Prix Convertible400ci #s Matching Enginenow has Dual QuadsThis Grand Prix also came with factory Air Conditioning It has Bucket SeatsPower TopPower WindowsTilt SteeringAM/FM StereoHide-A-Way HeadlightsConsole with Floor ShifterOne of ONLY 5856 Grand Prix Convertibles were built in 1967.This particular Grand Prix has a great running driveline with working power top and air conditioning.The Interior is in good condition showing very little wear.The Top looks good and works well. This Grand Prix comes with it's Quarter Skirts and yes, they are removable. Body looks to have been repainted many years ago and there was repairs made to lower quarters and rear wheel wells. Due to age it shows patina where over the years rubbing and waxing has rubbed through on some areas of thinner paint finish.Still looks good and most would even say the protected patina look is in. Trunk floor looks really good Undercarriage is dry and solid Frame is in great shape.Overall this Sought After Land Yacht Looks Great for it's age and is a Blast to Drive as is Collectible.The 1967 Pontiac Grand Prix was sporting all new styling for 1967, the big news was the addition of the convertible with only 5,856 GP convertibles that were produced. The only year of the Grand Prix Convertible. The 67 Grand Prix sported concealed headlights, all vinyl interiors with bucket seats, nylon carpeting, a console and simulated burled elm woodgrain dash. Some of the Options included Air Conditioning for $421.28, Automatic Temperature Control for $78.99, Tilt wheel - $42.13, Whitewall Tires - $43.66, Vinyl Roof - $105.32, Soft Ray Glass - $42.10, Cruise Control $63.19. In 1967 the Pontiac Grand Prix was restyled with several changes, and was in its third generation. The big news was the addition of the Grand Prix convertible, the only year a convertible was offered under the Grand Prix line-up. Restyling was bigger and looked more luxurious than ever before!.The front was all new and housed disappearing headlights with an integrated grille. The parking lamps were secreted in the fender tips behind three small, horizontal slots. The hardtop coupe had new one-piece side glass, with GP initials frosted on it. Gone was the vent window. Twin pinstripes decorated the fender tops and hidden windshield wipers graced the front. The taillamps were embedded inside twin slots on the slanted rear end panel. Identification items included GP initials on the left-hand grille and right hand edge of the rear deck lid, plus the Grand Prix name spelled out on the rear fenders.This is a fun and desirable convertible from the age of Muscle Cars.We are offering this cool ride with a low reserve so you can enjoy it as is or continue to make it better and preserve this awesome ride for many years to come. Thank you for looking at our listing and good luck!