1967 Pontiac Grand Prix in Chicago, IL




1967 Pontiac Grand Prix

Great looking 1967 Pontiac Grand Prix in stunning Tyrol-Blue Poly metallic exterior color
Owned by an 80-Year age Family member - original car and only has 80,000 miles on it!
Runs well and in located in Grove City, Ohio
First introduced as part of Pontiac's full-size car model offering for the 1962 Model year, the 'Grand Prix' name had also been applied to cars in the personal Luxury Car market segment and the Mid-size Car offering from the 2nd-Generation to the 5th-Generation for the Sedan and from the 2nd-Generation to the 6th-Generation from the Coupe
She returned to a full-size car from the 6th-Generation to the 7th-Generation for the Sedan, positioned below the larger 'Bonneville' in Pontiac's model lineup
Also new to the 'Grand Prix' model were concealed Headlights with Horizontal mounting (all other full-size 1967 Pontiac's retained the Vertical Headlights for 1 more year)
Concealed Windshield Wipers and Ventless front Windows on the Hardtop Coupe models
Out back had been Louvered Taillights similar to those found on the 'GTO' models

Note. Original Paint Code-R, and has the rare 1-Code Bench seat as well! Mostly all original car indeed. VIN Number - 266577R122592

This is a must see American Classic and everything within works well
Currently located in Chicago, IL.
Serious inquiries only.

Financing, Nationwide Shipping and Warranties available to qualified buyers.

Stock Number: C180251L


  • Type:American Classic
  • Condition:Excellent
  • Mileage:80000
  • Exterior Color:Blue
  • Interior Color:White
  • Engine Size:8 Cylinder
  • Transmission:Automatic
  • Driveline: FWD
  • Fuel Type:Gasoline
  • VIN:266577R122592


  • ABS Brakes
  • AC Front
  • Leather Seats
  • Power Steering
  • Tilt Wheel


  • City:
  • State:
  • Chicago
  • IL
  • Zip Code:
  • Country:
  • 60611
  • NA

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