1969 PONTIAC GRAND PRIX MODEL J – THE EXCLUSIVE G P

This year the redesigned Grand Prix lost three inches in wheelbase to 118 inches and also lost 360 lbs, now 3,715 and yet the slimmer GP sported one of the longest hoods in the auto industry. Pontiac was GM’s sporty marque, and the Grand Prix offered the intermediate-size buyer a bunch of sporty extras including bucket seats and an aircraft-inspired wrap-around cockpit to bring all controls closer to the driver. The Grand Prix was available only as a two-door hardtop coupe in this era, and 112,486 of them were made for the 1969 model year. Although this black beauty with red line tires has an automatic transmission, just 1,014 of these coupes were produced with manual transmissions, making the manual transmission Model J, the rarest of them all. The engine that powers this Grand Prix

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