Sold & transported from Taneytown, MD to Boston Massachusetts.  Beautiful and garage kept 1963 Pontiac Grand Prix numbers matching, powered by the original 389 cu. in. V-8 with a Carter 4-barrel and boasting 303 horsepower. Backing the V-8 is the matching Turbo Hydramatic (slim Jim) 3-speed automatic transmission which is shifted on the factory console.


  • This Grand Prix was purchased approximately 7 years ago in the condition you see it except for the dual exhaust with Flow Master mufflers, and air shocks.
  • The exterior was repainted in the original Cameo Ivory with a Saddle Bronze top, which matches the interior. The body, frame, windows, and chrome are in excellent condition.
  • There does not appear to be much in the way of bodywork in the car and there is no evidence of rust or bubbling.
  • Total mileage shows less than 44,000 which is believed to be original. The vinyl interior, including the seats, door panels, dashboard, and carpeting look fantastic. There is even an original “Pontiac Kleenex” dispenser.
  • All of the gauges including the heat function normally. Even the original AM/FM radio works. The only exception is the clock which does not run. In the video you will notice the chrome “economy” (vacuum) gauge on the console does not function. It has been fixed.
  • All exterior lights, turn signals, back up lights, and wipers function.
  • Options on the Grand Prix include power steering and power brakes with the 8-lug aluminum Pontiac wheels.
  • This Grand Prix has competed in AACA (Antique Automobile Club of America) events and comes out as a winner each time.
  • Original Pontiac owner’s manuals and brochures are included with the sale.
  • This car is being sold as part of an estate.