1966 Pontiac Grand Prix

Posted in 1960s, Classic Cars, Grand Prix, Pontiac by Richard

This 1966 Pontiac Grand Prix is considered one of the best models ever produced by Pontiac. Grand Prix was first released in 1962, but is still very popular among all car lovers. So, a lot of car is being produced these days. In fact, it was a trend setter. In 1967, Pontiac added Convertible Grand pix. Hidden taillight lenses and nice grille work gave this car a very stunning look. It was powered by a 325 horse power engine. Various transmission systems like three-speed manual, four-speed manual, or a Hydra-Matic transmission system were available. This 1966 Pontiac Grand Prix had a sporty interior. Customers who asked for higher power were given 425-A Trophy V8 engines attached cars. In 1963, Pontiac produced 72,959 pieces, though in 1966, the sales decreased to 36,757 pieces. In 1965, 58,881 pieces were sold. 1966 Pontiac Grand Prix was very simple to look at. The manufacturer used different headlights instead of common ones. 1966 Pontiac Grand Prix was the 2nd generation of Grand Prix car. The 3rd generation started in 1967. The 3rd generation cars were bigger in size. Hidden windshield wipers were used in the 3rd generation cars.

Specifications: The engine location of 1966 Pontiac Grand Prix was at the front side of the car. The production years ranged from 1962 to 1968. The price was 3,490 dollars with 4012 lbs or 1819.813 kg. 1966 Pontiac Grand Prix was a great car, so staggering 831,331pieces were sold, and Hardtops were sold 36,757 pieces.

Sales: According to 6 auctions, the average sale value is 15,987 dollars, the lowest is 8,470 dollars, and the highest is 30,250 dollars. As 1966 Pontiac Grand Prix, other models had very good sales as well. Pontiac GTO 37,688 pieces, Pontiac Catalina 14,195 pieces, and Pontiac Bonneville 20,345 pieces were sold. It is also clear that since 2007, the sales have been good. The best year was 2011.