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1969 Pontiac Grand Prix Model J

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$10,100

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1969 Pontiac Grand Prix Model J

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1969 Pontiac Grand Prix Model J

Highest Bid: $10,100 (USD) by: OldIron

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Chassis/VIN:

276579P208327

Location:

Malone, New York

Odometer:

99,123 (Mi)

Lot Number:

4690827

Engine:

400ci V8

Seller:

Dealer

Transmission:

Automatic

Carfax:

TITLE/VIN CHECK  

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Highest Bid: $10,100 (USD) by: OldIron

Auction Type:  Reserve

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Chassis/VIN:

276579P208327

Location:

Malone, New York

Odometer:

99,123 (Mi)

Lot Number:

4690827

Engine:

400ci V8

Seller:

Dealer

Transmission:

Automatic

Carfax:

TITLE/VIN CHECK  

Confirmed

 

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Vehicle Story

This 1969 Pontiac Grand Prix Model J hardtop coupe is 1 of fewer than 200 configured in its color and trim configuration for the year, and it has a numbers-matching 400ci V8 paired with a Turbo-Hydramatic transmission.  The car is finished in Matador Red over a burgundy vinyl interior with a parchment Cordova top.  The vehicle was originally delivered to Seifert Pontiac in Denver, Colorado.  Located in Malone, New York, this Grand Prix is now offered by the selling dealer on a clean New York title.

The car is painted Matador Red and has a parchment vinyl “Cordova” top.  The bumpers and trim are chrome-plated, and the car has quad headlights flanked by clear marker lights at each side of the front end.  The vehicle has been garage-kept and shows in excellent condition throughout.  There are dual exhausts at the rear.

Factory 14” 5-spoke steel wheels with chrome trim rings and red center caps are mounted to BF Goodrich Radial T/A tires on all four corners.  Variable-ratio power steering is equipped.

The interior is fitted with burgundy carpeting and burgundy vinyl bucket seats separated by a center console with a lockable compartment. Factory options include air conditioning, push-button radio, rear seat speaker, tilt 3-spoke steering wheel, and Soft Ray glass for all the windows.  The trunk is carpeted and contains the factory spare tire and jack equipment.

Instrumentation includes a 140-mph speedometer and an analog clock, along with gauges for fuel level and coolant temperature.  The 5-digit odometer reads 99k miles.  True mileage is unknown.

The numbers-matching 400ci V8 is original to the vehicle and is equipped with a 4-barrel carburetor.  It was factory-rated at 350 horsepower and retains many of its factory components.  Power is sent to the rear wheels through a Turbo-Hydramatic automatic transmission and 3.23:1 rear end. 

Additional undercarriage photos can be found in the gallery.

The original MSRP of the vehicle was $5,230.06.  The sale includes a build sheet, spare tire jack and accessories, owner’s manual, warranty booklet, and Pontiac maintenance folio. 

 

AUTOHUNTER ADMIN UPDATE 3/12/21 8:00AM MST: Additional photos of the VIN have been added to the end of the galelry.

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Comments & Questions

March 12, 2021
10:56 AM
Seller

@jhelfert – I think that motor is actually a 389 c.i. engine, not 400. ...

She is a 400 cu in powering this beauty. XH code on block which is for a 1969 400. Long term ownership and vin stamp on engine match Vin on car Thank you

March 12, 2021
07:24 AM

@MattBarner – Has the driver's seat vinyl been replaced? The sides look red while the top looks burgundy. ...

I think that motor is actually a 389 c.i. engine, not 400.

March 11, 2021
08:43 PM
Bidder

can you post a telephone # for your dealership and a address so that I can make arrangements to view this vehicle

March 11, 2021
07:57 PM
Seller

Contacted site again, or send an email and we will send it directly to you

March 11, 2021
07:55 PM
Seller

Yes we ship worldwide.

March 11, 2021
07:54 PM
Seller

@MattBarner – Has the driver's seat vinyl been replaced? The sides look red while the top looks burgundy. ...

looks excellent , and looks original thx

March 11, 2021
06:26 PM

No vin stamp on site yet also need cylinder head casting number on center exhaust port

March 11, 2021
02:18 PM

Can you ship the car to VA?

March 11, 2021
07:12 AM

Has the driver's seat vinyl been replaced? The sides look red while the top looks burgundy.

March 10, 2021
01:40 PM
Seller

@bigrig350 – if i win the auction how much time will i have to pickup the vehicle? ...

She's safe in our video taped , alarmed, 6000 sq ft temperature controlled storage facility. We can hold till you are ready for this beauty .

March 10, 2021
01:37 PM
Seller

@mlombardo – Is the paint original or repaint? Motor ever rebuilt? ...

Beautiful Repaint, engine compression test done by mechanic and all strong, no rebuild needed. Thanks for your interest but bid away as I am going to have a fun summer car if you dont bid often . Price here significantly and tremendously better than if it goes out to Retail Market and showroom .

March 10, 2021
01:33 PM
Seller

@mlombardo Engine is matching as in description , photos of block vin stamp just sent to be loaded by Autohunter.

March 10, 2021
01:12 PM
Bidder

if i win the auction how much time will i have to pickup the vehicle?

March 10, 2021
12:44 PM

Is the paint original or repaint? Motor ever rebuilt?

March 09, 2021
08:49 AM
Seller

@Nick.K – Is the car in NY or NC? ...

Hi Nick, The car is in our showroom / museum in Malone NY which is in the Adirondack mountains. We ship worldwide and can have it delivered to yours or anyone's door in an enclosed carrier so it arrives as clean and pretty as it left our location. Bubble wrap extra ( just kidding) Thanks , have a Classic Great Day !! ABclassics.com "Where Classic Cars Find New Homes"

March 09, 2021
08:45 AM
Seller

@mlombardo – If engine is original should have last 6 digits of vin on block, Do you have pics of this? Cylinder Heads also do you have pics of casting numbers on center exhaust port? ...

We will get the car moved around in the showroom/museum setting to get some photos of this for you . 30 Classics packed in tight right now . Thanks for your interest. She is a beautiful car .

March 09, 2021
07:42 AM

Is the car in NY or NC?

March 08, 2021
10:32 PM

If engine is original should have last 6 digits of vin on block, Do you have pics of this? Cylinder Heads also do you have pics of casting numbers on center exhaust port?

March 08, 2021
01:40 PM
Seller

@sguertler – Is everything on this vehicle operable? Any issues with the engine/trans? ...

Yes , everything is operable, it is winter up here in the North Country so we have not run the AC. This car is a sweet ride , runs strong and two 69 Grand Prix's were purchased from a 78 year man from a 4 - 1969 Grand Prix Car collection. He always maintained them until last fall when he fell ill. We bought the collection and serviced the vehicles . Prior to leaving our showroom/museum they get checked over one final time. Thanks for your inquiry.

March 08, 2021
01:30 PM

Is everything on this vehicle operable? Any issues with the engine/trans?

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