1963 Pontiac Grand Prix Sport Coupe

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1963 Pontiac Grand Prix Sport Coupe


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This car here is a 2 owner car from Montana, solid and dry western Pontiac, 389ci 303hp,rebuilt engine, transmission, suspension, ice cold factory air conditioning, 8 Lug wheels have been reclined, new brakes, new tires, exhaust, loaded with options, power windows, power steering, power seat, original interior, one refinish in its original color of Nocturn Blue. Runs and drives better than new. All features and options work properly, as well as all lighting. See complete video here : Click here For the 1963 model year, the Grand Prix received revised sheet metal shared with other full-size Pontiacs, but with its own squared-off roofline with a concave rear window that contrasted with the convertible-like roof styling of the previous year. New was a split grille with vertically stacked headlights and round parking lights as well as "hidden" taillights. Aside from grille work, taillight covering and bumpers, chrome trim was limited to lower rocker panels, wheel arches, and roofline. The Grand Prix continued with luxurious interiors featuring real walnut trim on the instrument panel and bucket seats upholstered in "Morrokide" vinyl. The center console was now built into the instrument panel and featured an intake manifold pressure vacuum gauge along with a dash-mounted tachometer for cars with manual transmission. Pedals received revised custom trim plates. Options included power steering, brakes, windows, and driver's seat; air conditioning, eight-lug aluminum wheels with integrated brake drums, and Safe-T-Track differential. New options for this year included an AM/FM radio, cruise control, and a tilt steering wheel adjustable to seven positions. The 303 hp 389 four-barrel V8 remained the standard engine. A new lineup of optional engines was introduced this year which included the 330 hp 389 Tri-Power and three versions of the 421 cu in V8 including a four-barrel version rated at 320 hp, a 350 hp Tri-Power option, and the 421 HO option with Tri-Power carburetion and 370 hp . The same selection of transmissions continued including the standard three-speed manual, optional four-speed manual, or three-speed Roto Hydra-matic. Brakes were 11 in drums.