1986 Pontiac Grand Prix

Pontiac Grand Prix 1986 technical specifications

Condition: Used
Item location: United States
Make: Pontiac
Model: Grand Prix
Type: Sedan
Trim: Base Coupe 2-Door
Doors: 2
Year: 1986
Mileage: 69,856
VIN: 2G2GJ37A1G2250601
Color: Gray
Engine size: 3.8 Liter V6
Number of cylinders: 6
Power options: Air conditioning, Power windows
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Automatic
Drive type: RWD
Interior color: Gray
Vehicle Title: Clear
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If you're a fan of the late, reat Pontiac, hen perhaps this affordable piece of luxury coupe will appeal to you. Offering full-sized comfort and rear-wheel-drive stability, his 1986 Pontiac Grand Prix was the top-of-the-line machine that's just a little different from your garden-variety Monte Carlo.These cars practically defined the '80s with their long hood and short deck styling, nd it has never gone out of style. Popular when new, ou just don't see many these days and certainly not one this clean. Pontiac seemed to use the two-tone color combinations more often than the other GM divisions, nd it looks great on the big coupe. It appears to be original paint, ith dark gray over light gray being a combination that'll never go out of style. It's also nice that they skipped the padded roof, o it doesn't look stuffy or too formal; perfect for the excitement division! Up front there's a familiar split grille, hich is a Pontiac tradition going back decades, nd a touch of formality comes from the stand-up hood ornament and chrome bumpers. Proper Grand Prix script, ice taillights, nd even well-preserved bumper fillers suggest that this car has led an easy life.The interior is the kind of plush environment that was a GM specialty, ith a split bench seat, ray velour upholstery, nd every luxury feature they could come up with in the mid-80s. It's all very nicely maintained, ith only modest signs of wear and age, hich is rather remarkable given that this car is now 30 years old. Amenities include A/C, ower windows and locks, tilt steering column, nd a rear defroster, o if you wanted to put it into service as your daily driver, t wouldn't feel like you're driving an ancient machine. Pontiac put a full set of gauges into the dash, olding on to a sporty vibe even in a luxury car, nd we love the way the small dial theme continues into the A/C vents. A Delco AM/FM stereo radio is still in the dash, nother throwback to a simpler time, nd it still works! The headliner is still securely attached to the roof, nother notorious weak spot on these cars, nd there's a rather large trunk out back that reminds you what "full sized" really means.The engine is GM's indestructible 3.8 liter V6, hich is a happy torque factory that moves the Grand Prix with ease. No, t's not a V8, ut when you're pulling down 25 MPG on the highway, ou won't complain. It's nestled way back there in the engine bay, ut service access is still quite good and there's plenty of evidence of recent work. It's completely stock, f course, rom the air cleaner to the exhaust manifolds, nd runs with the buttery smoothness that only luxury cars from the '80s seem to master. Turn the key and it fires easily, ut be careful because it idles so quietly you may not even notice that it's running. There's a new alternator perched up top and the A/C has been converted to R134a refrigerant (it could use a recharge). Underneath you get a 2004R 4-speed automatic transmission and a hushed single exhaust with aftermarket catalytic converter, o it should be legal in any state. Highway-friendly gears make this a great choice for a long-distance cruiser and the 205/70/14 whitewall radials on Pontiac Rally II wheels are a great choice and make the car look the way you remember.Is it collectable yet? Maybe, ut if you remember cars like this, ou'll be instantly transported back in time when you slide behind the wheel. Call today!

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