1967 Pontiac Grand Prix 428HO Convertible

1967 Pontiac Grand Prix

Condition: Used
Make: Pontiac
Model: Grand Prix
Type: Convertible
Year: 1967
Mileage: 34,000
VIN: 266677X105701
Color: Cream
Engine: 428HO V8
Cylinders: 8
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Automatic
Drive type: RWD
Interior color: Cream
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Albuquerque, New Mexico, United States

Description for Pontiac Grand Prix 1967

  • One year only Grand Prix convertible
  • One of several hundred Grand Prix convertibles with 428 HO engine
  • Title Verified 34,000 actual miles
  • $31,000 Frame Off Restoration in 1993
  • Perfect Cream Exterior Paint and Pearlescent Vinyl Interior
  • Original chrome, stainless and trunk
  • Fender skirts
  • Original 428 CI HO 4 barrel engine
  • M40 400 turbo Hydra-Matic transmission
  • AM radio and Super Rare factory 8-track tape player
  • Factory Cruise Control
  • 8 lug wheels,5 brand new F-70-14 bias ply wide oval tires (20 miles on tires)
  • Aluminum drums and transistor ignition
  • Remote deck lid and power antenna
  • Power steering and power brakes
  • Tilt steering column and tinted glass
  • Power windows
  • Power bucket seat with console
  • Original owner’s manual, books, and miscellaneous literature and advertisements
  • Very rare automatic climate control air conditioning
  • Super rare optional shoulder belts and rear middle seatbelt
  • Power Vent Windows
  • 428 badging on both fenders, console and engine compartment

In early 1961, GM bosses approached John DeLorean and the Pontiac brass about the idea of building a personal luxury coupe. GM felt consumers needed a sportier, more budget conscious option than the Eldorado, and a proper competitor to Fords restyled Thunderbird. They wanted the car in showrooms for the 1963 model year, giving them plenty of time to develop a plan. Pontiac declined the idea, stating that a car like that would be better received from Buick. GM was a little stunned, but offered the idea to Buick, and by 1963 the Riviera was in showrooms around the country. But Pontiac introduced the Grand Prix in 1962, a full year before Riviera. Deviating a touch from the personal luxury coupe formula GM was looking for, Grand Prix was a personal luxury performance coupe, blending athletic prowess and styling with luxury appointments. Using a Catalina body with many Bonneville accoutrements, special trim pieces, interior, grille, and rear end treatments, the Grand Prix was recognizable from the Catalina, and indeed filled a gap. This 1967 Grand Prix convertible is completely original, including Pearlescent Cream interior and convertible top, chrome and stainless trim, spare tire, and most of all, the cream paint. Only 5,856 Grand Prix convertibles were built, and 1967 was the only year Grand Prix was offered as a convertible. This car has less than 35,000 miles since it left the showroom. Replete with options, this Grand Prix sports the original 428 CI four-barrel engine, M40 400 Turbo Hydra-Matic transmission, and eight-lug wheels wrapped in brand new F-70-14 bias ply Wide Oval tires. This car has almost all options including cruise control, AM/8-track radio, aluminum drums, transistor ignition, remote deck lid, power antenna, power steering and brakes, tilt steering wheel, tinted glass, power locks and windows, and power seat.

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