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Images are general in nature and may not reflect the specific vehicle selected. The Grand Prix was completely redeed for the model year, and featured the longest hood in production car history. The Grand Prix was available only as a two-door hardtop coupe in this era, andof them were made for the model year.
Well, this one has turned into kind of a love-hate relationship. I always tell people this is the car I love to hate. The SSJ was a breath of fresh air for hot car enthusiasts when it was introduced for Pontiac built and painted the cars, then shipped them to Hurst for the conversion work. Most of the SSJs were white, and there was apparently at least one car painted dark green.
Interiors were ivory, black or sandalwood in cloth or all-Morrokide. Mandatory options included body-color sport mirrors, G78 x 14 whitewalls and Rally II wheels.
The space-saver spare and ride and handling package were recommended. After assembly, these cars were shipped to a Hurst plant in Southfield, Mich. A landau-style half-top antique white, white or black was installed, as was a steel, electrically operated sunroof.
New Grand Prix styling elements for were minimal.
At the rear end of the car there were new triple-segment tail lamps at the rear. New full wheel covers of a finned de also appeared this year.
This engine had a 4. It used an 8. It developed peak horsepower at rpm. During the last year of production they apparently came only with a dual-gate automatic transmission.
All Grand Prixs had Turbo-Hydra-Matic transmissions and more than 90 percent of them had front bucket seats. With a its inch wheelbase, the Grand Prix stretched It probably had a really nice stereo system in it because there were a bunch of speaker holes cut in the panels.
Neumaier said the car eventually changed hands one more time before he bought it from another Wisconsin man.
A guy showed up with this and I just asked him if he was interested in selling it. He said at the time no, but I gave him my name and and asked him to give me a jingle if he was ever interested. The next spring I get a call and the car is for sale.
We sealed the deal and I bought it. There were a lot of things that just took time and attention. The tachometer on the hood is a Pontiac item, rather than the authentic L. Hurst tach, there is a non-stock Hurst decal on the rear quarter panel just behind the doors, and Neumaier says the stickers on the wheel centers aren't exactly correct, although only a Grand Prix fanatic would probably be able to tell the difference.
They were big, smooth-riding coupes with comfortable interiors and a big, growling under the hood. You can stay out of the four-barrel, but half the fun of running it is hearing that four-barrel open up when you are going down the road.
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The SSJs were never really meant to be built in high production s, and most sources suggest that less than were created, including only about 60 for They arrived just as the gas crunch and insurance squeeze were hitting performance car lovers with a punch, and big-engined muscle cars were on their way out.
The SSJs are plenty scarce these days, but they were occasionally cloned over the years, however, and there may actually be more SSJs on the road now than there were 38 years ago. Everybody associates Hurst with Oldsmobile. The Old Cars Auction Calendar has the when and where you are looking for when it comes to classic car auctions. Old Cars. Old Trucks. Reader Wheels.
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