1966 Pontiac Grand Prix
Why This Car Is Special
You may have thought all of Pontiac’s muscle cars were GTO’s and Firebirds? Not true as the Pontiac Grand Prix had one of the most powerful standard V8 engines of its brand and of any of the other brands full sized cars back in 1966 too.
We have a swoopy looking 1966 Pontiac Grand Prix here at Skyway Classics in a great color of blue with a black vinyl top and blue interior and cars like this full-sized 1966 Pontiac Grand Prix hardtop were built for both comfort and performance.
1966 Pontiac Grand Prix
389 cubic inch V8 engine originally rated at 333 horsepower
GM Turbo Hydra-Matic automatic transmission
Engine compartment looks factory stock with just routine maintenance done to it
Retains the factory air cleaner
Pontiac blue painted engine block, valve covers and intake
Factory cast iron exhaust manifolds
Blue twin bucket seat interior with center console
Matching rear bench seat and door panels
Pontiac wood grain dash with its full array of factory gauges, clock, pushbutton radio
Factory Pontiac steering wheel
Painted in blue
Black vinyl top
Steel factory wheels with chrome hubcaps
White sidewall tires
The engine is a 389 cubic inch V8 originally rated at 333 horsepower looking oh so stock in its nicely detailed and correct engine compartment, wearing Pontiac Turquoise engine enamel, on its block, heads, intake, and valve covers, stock black factory air cleaner, factory cast iron exhaust flowing back to the dual exhaust, power steering, 3-speed automatic transmission, and rolling on steel factory wheels with chrome hubcaps and white sidewall tires.
Our Pontiac has a twin bucket seat interior with center console, matching rear bench seat and door panels, Pontiac wood grain dash with its full array of factory gauges, clock, pushbutton radio, and factory Pontiac steering wheel.
And this big Pontiac has a massive trunk that holds a full-sized spare and still offers enough room for a group of five to carry, well, everything they own in it and on what looks to be the original trunk mats too.
All GM B body cars of this time were restyled and given a lot of character. Swooping roof lines, rakish fender lines and the Coke Bottle profile contributed to making this Grand Prix one of the most popular body styles ever produced.
Ours is painted in blue contrasted by the black vinyl top, chrome front and rear bumpers, Pontiac’s stacked headlight, bodywork is nicely done with straight sheet metal, and it emits great exhaust sounds thru its dual exhaust too.
This 1966 Pontiac Grand Prix we have here at Skyway Classics has a lot of originality with classic looks and performance that is a big, fun, comfortable cruiser that proves you don’t have to give up performance to get a little luxury. Call today!
So give us a call at 941-254-6608
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