1975 Pontiac Grandville Convertible

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1975 Pontiac Grandville Convertible

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My friend Allan has this1975 Pontiac Grandville Convertible, about 54,000 miles, 400 cu in engine, has most available options.
This car has not run for 5 years, it ran when he parked in a place that had no easy access so it just sat there.

If anyone has the slightest interest I'll get some pictures.
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I knew this was not like Al's 225 Buick.
I asked for some pictures where it sets now.
Here they are.
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Pretty thing, really big.

What could it possibly be worth?
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Re: 1975 Pontiac Grandville Convertible

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My first guess is $10,000 minimum, though it will depend greatly on whether it has rust, whether it runs, and what interior/top are like. I would put the max at $20k.

https://www.listedbuy.com/cars/converti ... onvertible

It is a boat and he will need to find someone who wants to own a boat.
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Re: 1975 Pontiac Grandville Convertible

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Although a big-ass convertible is cool, I think my boating days are over. And I really don't like that color on that car, but that's just me.

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I do like the color, not the same, but it reminds me of my Oldsmobiles.

I'm not allowed to buy it.
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Re: 1975 Pontiac Grandville Convertible more pictures

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Pictures when the car was on the road.
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Very nice.
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Re: 1975 Pontiac Grandville Convertible

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Basement Paul wrote: Thu Jun 30, 2022 4:30 pm Although a big-ass convertible is cool, I think my boating days are over. And I really don't like that color on that car, but that's just me.

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Re: 1975 Pontiac Grandville Convertible

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Allan said -
The car has seldom seen rain, never seen snow or salt - bought new,
one of last few built because Milt Miller Pontiac ordered 4 when I bought
and 2 of the 4 were never built for lack of bodies!

VIN is 2R67S5P243544

I got this from and email he sent me.
It was going to be one of the last convertibles built.

Does this increase it's value?
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Re: 1975 Pontiac Grandville Convertible

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I was on FB Marketplace last night and saw a couple other late 60s-early 70s full size convertibles in the 15k range.

Cool car, too bad I'm out of garage spots!

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