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Price: $1 1965 Pontiac Grand Prix

  • Body: Coupe

    Engine: 389ci

    Trans: Automatic

  • Drive: RWD

    Ext. Color: Turquoise

    Int. Color: Turquoise

  • Mileage: 16,208

    Stock No: 1469

    VIN: 266575R113534

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  • AM/FM Radio
  • Air Conditioning
  • Power Steering
  • Power Brakes

Seller’s Comments

All vehicle trades considered, including classics and performance.  I can assist with financing and transport as needed.


This 1965 Pontiac really puts the “Grand” in “Grand Prix”.  This wonderful classic is a prime example of the big luxury coupes of the era.  It is a rust-free car from Arizona in wonderful condition throughout.  It offers a terrific ride with its generous proportions, 389ci engine, and factory air conditioning.  There is a lot to like here.


I would start with the underside of this southwestern Pontiac.  You just don’t see many vintage cars that look this good on a lift; it’s hard to believe this is a 53-year-old car!  It is in amazing condition, totally solid and free of rust.  The body has had one repaint in its original color of Reef Turquoise.  I think this is the perfect color for this car; they just seem made for each other.  Notable design elements include the gorgeous tail panel and the unique front bumper that wraps all the way to the wheelwells.  This Grand Prix also has the desirable Pontiac 8-lug wheels along with a matching spare and mounting plate.  Also note 1965 was the first year for GM’s full width perimeter frame.  This gives a smoother ride than the previous x-frame design and is significantly safer too.


The drivetrain consists of the factory 389ci 4v engine rated at 325hp.  As with most Pontiac motors there is plenty of low-end torque to really get this big car moving.  The transmission is a TH400 automatic while the rear end is a 10-bolt with a factory 4-link suspension.  The car is also equipped with power steering and power brakes that are very effective on this big car.


The turquoise interior is very inviting with its woodgrain features and bright accents.  Like the exterior, this interior presents a great throwback to the mid-60’s but with a clean, uncluttered look.  There are bucket seats in front with a center console while the rear bench has a folding middle armrest.  Other features include the factory air conditioning, power (vacuum) gauge, and passenger grab bar.  The horn, radio, lights, wipers, and parking brake all work properly.  So does the retractable trouble light in the trunk.


This Grand Prix has a ton of personality and seems to get everyone’s attention.  It is a special combination of style, drivability, and condition that makes it stand out among classic cars.  If you’re a fan of the big 60’s coupes then this may be your ride; just make sure you measure your garage before you bring this one home.



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