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Pontiac Grand Prix

The Pontiac Grand Prix first appeared on the Pontiac line for the 1962 model year as a personal luxury car. At that time, personal luxury meant a big coupe with a big V8 engine and a stylish interior, usually featuring plush bucket seats and a floor shifter. The new model was the replacement for the Pontiac Ventura. It resembled the basic Pontiac Catalina coupe but had a sportier look for the interior and less chrome trim on the exterior.

During that time, John De Lorean was the head of Advanced Engineering at Pontiac and contributed to the development of the Grand Prix and the GTO. The early models were available with Pontiac performance options such as a factory-race powertrain. Its exterior featured a distinctive grille and taillights, while the interior housed a padded instrument panel, deluxe steering wheel, courtesy lights, and other features. Pontiac used Morrokide vinyl for the upholstered bucket seats and a nylon loop-bled carpet for the floor and lower door panels. The rear bench seat included a center fold-down armrest and a speaker grille that could be made functional with the extra-cost Bi-Phonic rear speaker. The transmission shifter included a storage compartment and a tachometer. The Grand Prix made no apologies for its bold sense of American style and performance.

In the 1969 model year, John Z. DeLorean, who was then Pontiac's general manager, ordered the development of an all-new Grand Prix based on a slightly stretched version of the intermediate GM A platform, which was dubbed the G-body. DeLorean and other Pontiac planners made the switch in light of declining sales of the full-sized Grand Prix. The 1969 Grand Prix competed in the mid-sized personal luxury car market segment with sales that reached over 112,000 units, which was way above the 32,000 full-sized models built in 1968.

Through the generations, the Pontiac Grand Prix offered consumers a reasonably sized family coupe or sedan, with plenty of performance annuities. The last-generation Pontiac Grand Prix debuted in 2004 and was terminated after 2008. In 2009, the entire Pontiac line was discontinued due to GM's Chapter 11 Reorganization bankruptcy filing. That can make finding 2006 Pontiac Grand Prix parts difficult, but be sure to check out PartsGeek.com for a complete catalog of Pontiac Grand Prix performance parts.



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1999 Pontiac Grand Prix Track Bar

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1999 Pontiac Grand Prix Strut / Coil Spring Assembly

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