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Jun 12, 2012 at 2:57 am
Nice car and the supercharge engine is beast.
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Dec 4, 2011 at 10:11 pm
That's one BAD BAD car dude... Can I have your motor ..lol.. Sweet ride.. Mjc...
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Oct 17, 2011 at 12:07 pm
Great find!

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2004 Pontiac Grand Prix GTP Comp-G (Black Stallion II)

Last updated Oct 7, 2011  

Photo of a 2004 Pontiac Grand Prix GTP Comp-G (Black Stallion II)


Sometimes lightning strikes twice. Three years ago, I had what I considered to be the perfect family car, a 2004 Grand Prix GTP Comp-G sedan. It had plenty of room for myself, my wife, and my two teenagers, plus it had great performance and handling combined with an acceptable ride for the family. This all came to an end on the weekend after Halloween of 2008, when the driver of a tractor-trailer got distracted for a few seconds and plowed into a line of slow traffic on Interstate 95 in Philly. My Grand Prix was the third car from the back of the line when he piled into the line of roughly 25 mph traffic at about 65 mph. Three people were killed in the crash, four if you consider that one of the people was a pregnant woman. I was hospitalized for well over a month, and I'll always walk with a limp. Since my teens had just started college that fall, I didn't really need another big sedan (my wife likes her big old Chevy Tahoe, so when the kids come home, w werew covered), so I splurged some of the settlement money on my Porsche Boxster. Man, I love that car, but I still missed my Comp-G for days when I just felt like kicking back and enjoying a relaxsing drive that wasn't as involved as driving my Porsche. A friend knew I was looking for another car like the Comp-G, so when he saw this car come up on eBay recently, he told me about it. The car is a virtual clone to my original car, with the exception of the stock wheels, un-tinted windows, and lack of a sunroof. I can live without the sunroof, but the windows and rims might be subject to change!


260 Horsepower

280 lb/ft Torque

0-60 - 6.3 Seconds

1/4 mile - 15.5 Seconds

Top Speed - ??? (I only had the first one up to 120 or so - ONCE!)

Fuel Economy - I averaged about 25 mpg with the original

Factory Options

Grand Prix Competition Group (Comp-G) included:

Supercharged 3800 V-6

TAPshift 4-speed overdrive automatic transmission

StabiliTrak stability and yaw control

MagnaSteer II Variable Ratio Power Steering

4-Wheel Antilock Disc Brakes

Tire Pressure Monitor

Driving Lights

Air Conditioning

Power Windows, Door Locks, and Seats


AM/FM/XM Satellite/CD Stereo

Heated Front Seats


The original owner didn't tell me about any, and I haven't discovered any myself.

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