1975 Pontiac Grandville Convertivle

1975 Pontiac Grandville

Condition: Used
Make: Pontiac
Model: Grandville
SubModel: Brougham
Type: Convertible
Year: 1975
Mileage: 109500
VIN: 2R67W5P123226
Color: White
Engine: 455
Cylinders: 8
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Automatic
Drive type: RWD
Interior color: White
Vehicle Title: Clean
Item location: Whitinsville, Massachusetts, United States
Extras
Power Windows
Convertible, CD Player, Leather Seats
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Description for Pontiac Grandville 1975

1975 Pontiac Grandville Convertible,Nice summer cruiser, take the family out on trips and have fun. Seats 6 with 6 seat belts. Roomy seating. Has that large luxury car smooth ride. Convertible top works great (unlike many you will see), starts, runs, and drives fine. Newly rebuilt transmission. Beautiful quadruple white (body, top, interior, and wheels) catches the eyes (everyone loves the look of this car, smiles, thumbs up and honks everywhere). Legitimate titled owner (not a title skipper like many you will see). Sticker in May 2020. Brougham model, so has a bunch of fancy options like power windows, gauges, nice looking seats, etc. Sought after 455, 4 barrel motor. Numbers check out as brougham model with 455 engine. CD/radio works. Stock Pontiac mags with all the trimmings including center caps (nice looking). AC compressor is out but will come with car.
Newish parts:
power steering pump
fuel pump
New parts:
upper ball joints
center link bar
front and rear whitewall tires
alignment
rear brakes
e brake service/adjustment
plugs
shocks
oil change
rims reconditioned/painted
No rot of frame, no holes in floors, but rusty underneath. Not a show car, (e.g., dash is cracked, but can be covered, number of imperfections in paint) but nice to have fun in and should retain or gain value due to rarity (last year made and best model/options). Top is in nice shape and windows speed up and down beautifully.
Title states mileage discrepancy due to believed mistake in past, miles believed to be 109K, but cannot be guaranteed. Transmission mechanic that rebuilt transmission just in 2020 stated he believed 109K (and not 209K) is accurate.