COTC Exclusive: 29k-Mile 1969 Pontiac Grand Prix J

This '69 Grand Prix is being offered by a collector who acquired the vehicle from Kansas and brought it over to the east coast where it currently resides. It is an incredible un-restored survivor and features the original engine and no rust or rot.

The all-new-for-'69 second generation Grand Prix was ordered by John Delorean, a GM executive at the time, and featured Pontiac's longest hood yet. However, it was lighter and smaller than its predecessor. The front features protruding corners and a distinctive angled grilled. The body shape has become known as a "coke bottle" for its gently rising and sloping profile. The rear is adorned in an integrated chrome bumper and rectangular taillights.

The seller has added a new white vinyl top and aftermarket Pontaic Mag wheels sitting on BF Goodrich tires that give the car a cool touch and nice stance.

 Inside, the immaculate interior features white seats, black dashboard and wood decals and chrome touches. It is all-original and nicely contrasts with the exterior color.

Underneath the hood is the 400 cubic inch 6.6-liter V8 engine pumping out about 265 horsepower to the rear wheels. The seller notes the car had the original plug wires and belts on it when they acquired it.

Mechanically, the seller gave the car some recent exhaust work and a tuneup. They say it runs and drives excellent.

There aren't many of the second-generation Grand Prix in this kind of condition left. The seller has always kept the vehicle safely garaged in a climate-controlled private storage facility. 

The asking price is $14,000. 

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