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Cars > Challenges > “red” Vs “Jenny”

 

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piaboy

M–51
Long Beach, California
United States

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Rafael302

M–28

 

1964 Pontiac Grand Prix

“red”

1965 Buick Riviera

“Jenny”

 
Photo of: 1964 Pontiac Grand Prix
Photo of: 1965 Buick Riviera

For Sale

 

Head to Head

 

About “red”

Now this picturce does do this car justice. None of those pics the dealer took where any good proper lighting is the most improtant thing

About “Jenny”

Car is for sale $10,000 obo

 

Specs for “red”

Unrestored 2 OWNER! 1964 Grand Prix 389ci MATCHING NUMBERS!! auto trans, orig interior, orig window sticker, invoice,protecto-plate POP and sales jacket, this car was not bought new from a Pontiac dealer it was bought new directly from Pontiac in Michigan through the factory retail sales showroom!! There is a interesting story here so read on!!

Bought new on July 7th 1964 by Mr Aurther E. Stoller of Bellevue Washington while on vacation in Michigan over the 4th of July holiday that year, Car was then driven to the west coast at the end of there vaction from where it has remained all these years. Mr Stoller relocated down to Califorina in the late 60's and the car remained here is Southern Calif its entire life. SOLID ORIG FLOORS, CLEAN AND DRY!! original interior, carpet headliner etc and show well for a car of this age. Car recieved one repaint in the 80's and shows outstandingly well. Original color of Grenadeer red which is quite rare for a Grand Prix I have only seen 2 others myself in the past 40yrs. Car has been serviced and detailed, new tires, rebuilt Hydra-Matic transmission, new mufflers, all orig chrome and trim, it drives like new. with its odd history it make this one rare indian!!



Picking up where the Pontiac Ventura model left off, the Grand Prix first appeared in the Pontiac line for 1962. It was essentially a standard Pontiac Catalina coupe with minimal outside chrome trim and a sportier interior (bucket seats and a center console. The performance-minded John De Lorean, head of Advanced Engineering at Pontiac, contributed greatly to the development of both the Grand Prix and the GTO. Early models had full access to the Pontiac performance option list, including the factory-race Super Duty 421 powertrain installed in a handful of 1962 and 1963 cars.

Specs for “Jenny”

Engine size: 401 nailhead, Trans: super turbine 400, Hp:330, Miles: 130k

 

Factory Options for “red”

the grand ptix was basically a catalna cope devoid of any ectra chrome. bucket seats floor shift console vacum mounted gauge full deluxe wheel covers where standard on the grand prix. this car has PS PB am radio automatic trans vacum remote trunk release and best of all limted slip.............sold going to land down under

Factory Options for “Jenny”

My Riviera's features are: power windows, power seats, power steering, air conditioning, electric clam shell lights,

 

Mods for “red”

had to have the dash repaired and replaced rear parcel shelf they where toast and ugly. put some new tires,shocks,ac delco plugs...........

Mods for “Jenny”

Add stuff: performance exhaust system, American eagle racing rim/wheels, original look after market radio with Bluetooth & auxiliary input, added extra speakers on doors n rear back seat, alarm,

 

Photo Albums 1 – 2 of 3

Cover photo of disco ball album
disco ball
Photos: 1
Cover photo of more of red album
more of red
Photos: 6
 

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Points for red Total Votes Points for Jenny
17 10 33

 

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