DESCRIPTIONIt is our pleasure to offer this smooth driving, excellent condition 1963 Pontiac Grand Prix. The Grand Prix is considered by many as the car that started the muscle car era and the example presented here lives up to that accolade. The car has just over 80K original miles and was just released from a collection in the high deserts of Oregon ??? the car has zero rust. This Grand Prix remains in outstanding condition. The undercarriage is clean and dry, and the body was just repainted with all rear chrome re-done. It is equipped with power steering, power brakes, AC, and high demand optional 8-lug wheels with new tires. The bucket seats, console, and white interior remain original. The car has a NOM Pontiac 350 V8 engine with a 400 Automatic transmission tied into a Hurst shifter. The engine was thoroughly gone through and replaced timing chain, distributor, radiator, carburetor, oil pump, and all gaskets/hoses. Transmission has new fluids, gaskets, and filter. The power steering gear was also rebuilt and it has a new exhaust, new brakes, new brake lines, new headliner, new heater core, and the engine has been freshly detailed/painted. This car performs as well as it looks. It has been a head-turner at local car shows but still provides a wonderful driving experience on the open road. '63 Grand Prix's are few and far between and this example promises to impress wherever taken. It comes with build information, some spare parts, receipts, and has proper PHS documentation as well. Call or e-mail for more information.
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