About Pontiac Grand Prix
You prize luxury, you prize sophistication, you prize sporty design: You prize the Pontiac Grand Prix. Launched in 1962, and remaining in production until 2008, the original Grand Prix was similar to the Pontiac Catalina, except it had a minimalist trim style, bucket seats, and a central console for a hot, sporty vibe. The Pontiac Grand Prix seat covers were resilient Morrokide vinyl, and there was carpet on the floor and lower door panels for a stylish, comfortable interior. However, what really got motorist's motors running was the pumping V8 heart under the hood, boasting 303 horsepower, a four-barrel carburetor, and dual exhausts. This was a car that looked amazing and sounded incredible; and it could burn some rubber on the open roads when you hit the gas. In total, there were seven generations of the Pontiac Grand Prix, witnessing countless innovations, revisions, and face-lifts before the Pontiac G8 came along. It is possible to find many classic motors on eBay, along with prized accessories such as the 1963 eight-lug aluminum Pontiac Grand Prix wheels or the 1967 Rally II wheels.