1962 Pontiac Grand Prix V-8 engine


Description


Comprehensive restoration
Butler Performance 389 CI V-8 engine
Tri-Power setup
Aluminum heads
Dual exhaust
4-speed manual transmission
Blue with Blue interior
Rare factory air conditioning with upgraded compressor
Remote mirror
Tinted glass
Power windows
Factory tachometer
8-lug wheels
Whitewall tires
Tastefully restrained use of bright trim on the exterior combined with a unique grille design, side badging and applique for the tail panel gave the Grand Prix a distinctive, clean appearance, especially when the optional 8-lug wheels were ordered. Inside, the sporty, upscale theme continued. Bucket seats upholstered in durable and attractive Morrokide were teamed with a console-mounted floor shifter, all of which were standard features. Automatic transmission cars featured a vacuum gauge on the console, while manual-shifted versions received a tachometer. The rear seats featured a fold-down armrest and a speaker grille in the center of the seat back. All of this sophistication was backed up with muscle under the hood. With a 389/303 HP 4-barrel as the base engine, upgrades included Tri-Power versions of the 389 all the way up to the race-oriented 421 Super Duty V-8s. It was very clear that Pontiac offered speed in a variety of flavors for the performance-oriented buyer.
1962 Pontiac Grand Prix V-8 engine
$ 16,500.00
Used
Sell
Comprehensive restoration
Butler Performance 389 CI V-8 engine
Tri-Power setup
Aluminum heads
Dual exhaust
4-speed manual transmission
Blue with Blue interior
Rare factory air conditioning with upgraded compressor
Remote mirror
Tinted glass
Power windows
Factory tachometer
8-lug wheels
Whitewall tires
Tastefully restrained use of bright trim on the exterior combined with a unique grille design, side badging and applique for the tail panel gave the Grand Prix a distinctive, clean appearance, especially when the optional 8-lug wheels were ordered. Inside, the sporty, upscale theme continued. Bucket seats upholstered in durable and attractive Morrokide were teamed with a console-mounted floor shifter, all of which were standard features. Automatic transmission cars featured a vacuum gauge on the console, while manual-shifted versions received a tachometer. The rear seats featured a fold-down armrest and a speaker grille in the center of the seat back. All of this sophistication was backed up with muscle under the hood. With a 389/303 HP 4-barrel as the base engine, upgrades included Tri-Power versions of the 389 all the way up to the race-oriented 421 Super Duty V-8s. It was very clear that Pontiac offered speed in a variety of flavors for the performance-oriented buyer.

Additional information

Make: Pontiac
Model: Grand Prix
Year: 1962
Doors: 2
Mileage: 20372
Transmission: Manual
Interior Color: Blue
Exterior Color: Blue
Vehicle Identification Number: 962S6197
United States, Oregon, Portland
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