We all know about John Delorean‘s big home run for Pontiac, the GTO, but Delorean’s Grand Prix probably made more money for The General during the 1960s. Here’s a thoroughly trashed ’69 that I spotted in a Denver self-service yard earlier this week.
The engine is long gone, so we can’t know whether it was a 400, a 428, or a 455.
The driver of the ’69 Grand Prix sat surrounded by this wraparound dash and console.
You could get a base Grand Prix, a J, or an SJ. This is the mid-level J.
A full set of hubcaps is still in the trunk. They’re pretty well banged up, but it’s rare to find any 1960s hubcaps in a yard like this.
You like patina? This car’s got it!
Break away with a ’69 Pontiac!