1962 Pontiac Grand Prix 455ci Engine

1962 Pontiac Grand Prix 455ci Engine
$ 13300.00


The exterior was professionally re-sprayed in the original Cameo Ivory (code C) and the vinyl top (which appears to be the original) is in outstanding condition. Chrome is minimal, but the factory 8-lug Kelsey-Hayes aluminum wheels are a perfect accent to the beautiful lines of this coupe. The partially restored black vinyl interior is in very good condition. Seats were reupholstered and other features include a padded instrument panel, deluxe steering wheel and courtesy lights. There is a full console with floor mounted shifter and factory tachometer - everything in virtually original condition. The 'Trophy' 389ci engine, a motor that was developed by Pontiac in the mid/late '50s, powers our Gran Prix. It incorporated proven concepts engineered by the Cadillac motor division. This engine produces 303bhp with 4-barrel carburation and dual exhausts. Bulletproof Pontiac 'Trophy' motors were later produced in high-performance versions up to 455ci that powered the GTO and the Tran AM. Our owner states that this 389 has never been rebuilt and it still sounds like a Swiss watch. It is backed by the 3-speed Roto-Hydra-Matic transmission and factory differential. This Gran Prix is equipped with a factory AM radio, power steering and 4-wheel 'Wonder Touch' power drum brakes.

Additional information

Make: Pontiac
Model: Grand Prix
Year: 1962
Mileage: 51,607
Engine: 455 CI
Interior Color: Black
Exterior Color: White
Transmission: Automatic
VIN (Vehicle Identification Number): 962W3312
Fuel Type: Gas

Price: $ 13300.00