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1977 Pontiac Grand Prix SJReview
retirednco writes:
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Poncho Power — It came with a 350 CID engine, I put in a 400 CID engine from a 1977 Trans Am and later I put in a 455 with 1971 code 96 heads. I absolutely loved this car. I had 10" wide craiger rims on the back and 8" wide on the front. It took air shocks to keep the rear 295/50/15 tires from rubbing the wheel wells. I had many great memories in this car.

Primary Use: Commuting to work

Pros: Power, handling and luxury

Cons: Heavy

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1977 Pontiac Grand PrixReview
Allen writes:
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Huggy Bear Style. — This car was bought for $900 as a daily driver, and kept for about 3 years, when the rust and coolant leaks started to ask for more money in maintenance then the car cost. Otherwise I'd have kept it. it was big, imposing, powerful, and fun to drive.

Primary Use: Family transportation

Pros: Big. Powerful.

Cons: Tight front seat for it's size.

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1977 Pontiac Grand PrixReview
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It's A Great Classic Car To Have! — this is my very first car. It has a 401 cubic-inch engine, it's very fast! very good braking for how heavy it is. The handling is very smooth! it doesn't have good gas mileage, it's a very reliable car, i haven't had much trouble with it. i love driving it around town, and seeing how people look at.

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

Pros: Feels good to drive and looks way good!

Cons: Can't think of any other then bad mpg..

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1977 Pontiac Grand PrixReview
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1977 Pontiac Grand Prix Sj — This was my first car I owned. It was a midsize car back then. Today it seems like a full size. It has the 400 engine. The doors are very heavy. It has a great ride. When the car is parked at a resteraunt I see people coming to it. They seem happy to see it like they may have owned on at one time.

Pros: Comfortable bucket seats, Smooth 400 engine,

Cons: I can't think of any.

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1977 Pontiac Grand PrixReview
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Ole Blue A 77 Grand Prix — love the looks of the grand prix classic lines that you do not see anymore has the 301 engine 20 mpg on the highway, uses regular gas, and fun to drive, car gets looks every time i take it out

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

Pros: last of the big gp's

Cons: not enough power with the 301

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1977 Pontiac Grand Prix Review
GrandPrix10 says:
I liked the 77 Grand Prix and it had a 400 motor in it and drove and road great
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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

Review By Harry

My Pontiac Gran Prix had 237,000 miles on it and ran fantastic until a snow plow totalled it. The V6 will run forever. 200 horsepower is more than enough! About 23 mpg combined. Read More

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2004 Pontiac Grand Prix Reviews

Review By W

Out of production.GM needs to start production of the American classic. Read More

Love This Car By James

i love driving this car i have had 3 of them and will continue to drive them, lots of potential for upgrades overall i nice looking great handling car if you can afford to keep gas in it and dont run ... Read More

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