A late 80s Pontiac Gran Prix is a demonstrably terrible car to drive every day. It won’t be very reliable, or cheap to maintain or self parking or make you a cappuccino or any of the things we’ve become accustomed to with modern economy cars. But that shouldn’t stop you from owning one as a classic, particularly a 5-speed manual gearbox version with a combination lock for the glove box. TAKE THAT GLOVE BOX BANDITS, TRY AND GUESS THIS COMBO. YOU CAN TAKE MY CATALYTIC CONVERTER BUT YOU CAN’T HAVE MY INSURANCE INFORMATION OR MY GLOVES. Find this 1989 Pontiac Grand Prix offered for $7000 in Fremont, CA via craigslist. Tip from Rock On!
From the seller:
1989 Pontiac Grand Prix
cylinders: 6 cylinders
paint color: red
title status: clean
Very, Very Rare 1989 Pontiac Grand Prix with a factory original 5-speed Manual transmission! Very nice condition! 1989 Pontiac Grand Prix. This is a very nice car and fun to drive. It is all original and in very good condition with good tires. I have the original window sticker and most all paperwork for services done on this vehicle. Has new power antenna, and a new headliner. This car has had regular oil changes since it was new! This car has always been garaged when not being driven!
You will look long and hard to find another in this good of condition!
I am asking $7000, but will entertain reasonable offers.
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