December 11, 2017

Classic car info, discussion, and classified ads

Esplanade Grand Prix Front

1963 Pontiac Grand Prix image by Infrogmation of New Orleans [CC BY-SA 2.0 (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.0) or CC BY-SA 2.5 (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.5)], via Wikimedia Commons

Having an older car in today’s modern world is a big deal in many circles. One such old car is the 1963 Pontiac Grand Prix.

1963 Pontiac Grand Prix Specs

The 63 Grand Prix had a 330 Horse Power 389 Tri-Power while also having three different varieties of the larger 421ci engine which was first introduced with this model car.

This powerful machine was part of the first generation Pontiac Grand Prix’s, which ran from 1962 through 1968, with only a few small changes occurring the first two years.

Along with the different motors to give the car a more get up and go there has been a new split grill that comes with an innovative design for headlights for its time on the 63 Grand Prix.

’63 Grand Prix Production Run

With this model of Grand Prix, the production more than doubled any of the previous other versions due to the demand from consumers and how pleased they were with introductions to various features on the new model Grand Prix.

The makers of this car over at Pontiac really put a lot of thought into it when designing this new model of the Grand Prix. They really went all out as far as adding new features that would really entice new customers to their line of cars for that year and it shows around every corner of the vehicle.

Not only did they change the lighting for the Grand Prix along with the engine, but they also added new windows. This really give the car a more modern look for its time frame, and it’s safe to say that they succeeded in any attempt they were going for by tenfold, which is why so many people were attracted to this car.

Interested in Buying or Selling a 1963 Pontiac Grand Prix?

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