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Just in and ready to enjoy is this awesome driving 1965 Pontiac Grand Prix 2dr Sport Coupe. It is powered by a YS code 389 with tri power carburetors, and backed up by a 3 speed automatic transmission. It is loaded with equipment including, dual exhaust, tri power carbs, power steering, power disk brakes, power windows, power locks, tilt wheel, original spinner hubcaps, non-working Factory Air conditioning, Cruise Control, Fender Skirts, manifold Vacuum gauge, rear defroster, speeding light indicator, and an original Am radio. The blue bucket seat interior looks fantastic and if I were to guess looks mostly original. It is equipped with the full console and has a beautiful dash pad and instrumentation. This cool Pontiac goes down the road excellent with a very smooth ride and drive. The exterior white paint looks nice laid out over a nice straight and solid body. The floors, frame, and trunk all appear to be real solid and all original with only surface rust no undercoat or patches. Please go to our home website for over 60 pictures of this Cool American Classic digitally taking you all the way around the outside, inside, and the undercarriage. You will also experience the sound and live footage with two videos one in which is a video walking around the car and listing to the motor and exhaust. The other video will be of it being driven down the road and going thru the gears! Please dont hesitate to give us a call at

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Year:  1980 or older
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