The Pontiac Grand Prix was one of the most popular vehicles of the 1960's. Initially introduced in 1962, the Grand Prix was considered a posh automobile - luxury in the 1960s was being redefined by levels of performance as well as lavishness.
The Grand Prix was powered by Pontiac's exclusive 389 cubic-inch V-8 power plant with a four-barrel carburetor that would produce 303 horsepower when combined with the optional Hydra-Matic transmission. Aside from the performance aspect, the Grand Prix also became a legendary vehicle for its styling, which featured many distinctive styling cues such as 'hidden' tail light lenses and special grille-work in the front.
This 1964 Grand Prix is painted with signature Nocturne Blue and has matching all-vinyl interior with bucket seats. It features Pontiac's eight-lug aluminum wheel-and-drum assemblies and has many options including a center console that houses a manifold vacuum gauge, air conditioning, power windows, power steering and power brakes.