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Pontiac Grand Prix - 1969-1972
The grand prix was already a hot muscle car before pontiac introduced an all-new model for 1969. Built on an exclusive 118-in. Wheelbase, with a v:shaped grille and square headlight surrounds, the grand prix had the longest hood of any production car in history. This single-series hardtop coupe was even faster with the sj option.
Top speed of 129 mph
engine typedrivetrain: Overhead-valve,
displacement 400-455 cu. In. (6.6-7.5 l) power rating 200-390 hp
transmission 3-speed manual or auto¬matic; 4-speed manual optional
chassis: Front coil-spring suspension, with rear live axle; Recirculating ball steering; Drum or front disc, rear drum brakes; 3,715-3,898 lbs.
dual exhausts, pile carpeting and carpeted lower-door panels were standard on the grand prix. The 1971 edition received single instead of dual headlights, a bumper running across the grille and a semi-boattail rear. Front disc brakes, power steering and brakes and automatic transmission became standard during the model year. For 1972 the car was given a new crosshatched grille.
the sj performance option contained badges, larger tires and bigger v8 engines, which for 1970-72 was 455-cu.-in. More cosmetic aspects of this package included outside mirrors in the body color, vinyl pinstripes, luggage and door courtesy lamps and a rally gage cluster. With a
new emphasis on safety and reducing fuel emissions, however, even the 455 engine dropped to 250 hp in 1972.
The 1968-72 pontiac grand prix was a single-series hardtop coupe on a 118-in. Wheelbase. The 1972 version had a new crosshatched grille.
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