1970 Pontiac Grand Prix Hurst SSJ project car with parts cars included

1970 Pontiac Grand Prix Hurst SSJ

Make: Pontiac
Model: Grand Prix
Type: Coupe
Trim: Hurst SSJ
Year: 1970
Mileage: 123,456
Color: White/Gold
Engine: 455
Transmission: Automatic
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Ocala, Florida, United States

Description for Pontiac Grand Prix 1970

1970 Pontiac Grand Prix Hurst SSJ car. This is a project car, does not run. Original motor is included, parts car is included. Paperwork has Title, Spec sheet, Engine ID. I do not know the mileage at this time on the car, I had to enter digits so I could post
Information regarding the 1970 Pontiac Grand Prix Hurst SSJ Car has been Researched online at Pontiacs online website and is as follows:
The Pontiac Hurst SSJ Grand Prix has become one of the most valuable and collectable Pontiac Grand Prix ever made. It is not hard to understand why. Limited production, special paint and badges, a host of performance and luxury options and a myriad of special wheel options combine to make it a very unique car.
(From Hurst Site is as follows)
The big news for 1970 was a special Hurst SSJ version a semi-custom conversion with an electric sunroof, gold colored wheels and a Hurst Shifter, the SSJ started life as a J Model (the vinyl accent stripes on SJs were incompatible) built by Pontiac, then sent to Hurst. All 272 care were painted either starlight black (code AA) or Cameo white (code CC) Interiors were black, Ivory or Sandlewood in cloth or all morrokide, mandatory options included body-color, sport mirrors, G78x14 whitewalls and Rally II wheels. The space saver spare and ride & Handling package were recommended. After assembly the cars were shipped to Hurst Plant in Southfield, Michigan where frost gold accents were applied to the hood, side windows, front of roof and Rally II wheels. a Landau-style half-top (antique white, white or black) as installed as was a steel electronically operated sun-roof. Similar to that used in the Cadillac Eldorado.
Questions feel free to ask, this is not my car, I am listing this car for a friend who has a collection of older cars that he has rebuilt.
Buyer is responsible for making arraignments to pick up both Cars and Motor. Can be delivered at extra cost

On Jun-06-17 at 08:27:51 PDT, seller added the following information:

I have to apologize for ending the auction and then relisting the auction, the reason for this is that Hurst SSJ was not showing up in the search results, no-one knew what it was unless they clicked on it, so eBay techshelped me fix the problem last evening and because there was one bid,the auctionhad to end before they could help me add on those two words. My apologies to anyone that may have been put-out by this mistake that I made.