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1969 Pontiac Grand PrixReview
red_knight_1985 writes:
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Barn Find — i love this car because my dad had a 69 when i was 5 and got rid of it when i was about 8, 9 because my brother was turning 16.and also i had a1971 for my first pontiac but lost it but iwas looking for a 1969 gp but couldnt find one. until now and she is a keeper no matter what.

Primary Use: Sport/fun (spirited driving, track racing, off-roading, etc.)

Pros: all original  car  except for mirrors  and the  carb, 109,328  original  miles  with  original  front  end. how i know  because when look at  upper and lower  ball joints they  still have  the rivets  in them.  and power trunk release, and still has the factory chrome door  edge guard on it, and orinal spare and jack,origanal motor intact. the rims  are  not but have  them  and  hubcaps.

Cons: negative  is i bought car and as good shape it is . it needs  full restore

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This Car Is A Fun Car To Drive On The Weekends Or Take It To The Local Drag Strip — The Acceleration in this car was amazing i loved it you could watch the gas gauge go down as your stepped on the accelerator it handled pretty good, the brakes were going out on it so the brakes weren't good Build Quality: It needed a few repairs that's why i got rid of it. Needed Power steering seal replaced had wiring issues other than that it was a solid car Appearance: Driver seat was shot nothing else was though exterior was alright a little bit of rust under the vinyl but nothing to serious Cost of Ownership: not to sure didn't get to drive it much before i got rid of it Fun Factor: this car was a really fun car to drive

Primary Use: Family transportation

Pros: This car is fun and will put you into the seat from a take off

Cons: It's a boat and the gas milage probably wasn't the best on it

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Amazing Car With Tremendous Power, Handling And Comfort. A Perfect Trio! — I have a 1969 Grand Prix SJ 428. It is an amazing car, with the sound and power of the 428 rumble turning heads everywhere. The car is a joy, fun to drive, response and handling are superb! The power of this vehicle, the solid handling and overall performance are definitely "must haves" in a muscle car, and this car is definitely all Pontiac Muscle!

Primary Use: Sport/fun (spirited driving, track racing, off-roading, etc.)

Pros: Everything about this car is to love!

Cons: None!

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1969 Pontiac Grand PrixReview
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The Greatest Car Ever Built — I have a 1969 grand prix, custom painted daytona blue. 428 tri-power definately makes the weight not so much of a problem. Amazing car.

Owner for 24 years, 0 months

Miles Driven per Year:100

Pros: Everything

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1969 Pontiac Grand Prix Review
Beesrestoservice says:
I have owned all three cars that I ranked,still have the Grand Prix and super bee,I truly loved my 300 Chrysler , I rated the super bee best in power but only because the Grand Prix shown was not an sj model,my 428 sj Grand Prix will leave my superbee behind, both cars are unmodified the dodge has 440 magnum vs xf 428 ho both have plenty of power but I do believe the sj is a faster car!
vs1970 Chrysler 300
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vs1970 Dodge Super Bee
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2008 Pontiac Grand Prix Reviews

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2007 Pontiac Grand Prix Reviews

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2006 Pontiac Grand Prix Reviews

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2005 Pontiac Grand Prix Reviews

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2004 Pontiac Grand Prix Reviews

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