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1970 Grand Prix - Southern Car on 2040-cars

Year:1970 Mileage:81537
Location:

Cleveland, Ohio, United States

Cleveland, Ohio, United States

1970 Grand Prix

American Muscle and a true Southern Car!!! This 1970 Grand Prix was originally sold in Kentucky (we have the original sales receipt) then spent several years in Florida. In 2013 the car was brought to the Columbus, OH area. See the photos as proof documenting the vehicle's history. We bought the car in December of 2013 and brought it to the Cleveland area where it has been stored indoors the entire time. Fresh out of the paint booth, while not a trophy winning show car, this 1970 Grand Prix will turn heads on the street and is a nice addition to any classic collection. The paint job alone is worth $5,000. Perhaps even more rare than a 1970 Chevelle or 1969 Camaro and every bit as fun to drive. The car runs perfectly - we drove it in the dead of the winter from Columbus, OH to Cleveland, OH with no issues whatsoever.  Fires up on the first turn of the key and runs strong with a deep muscle sound provided by the dual exhaust.

We are motivated to sell and therefore have a low reserve price.  Please call Travis at 216-926-4513 with any questions.  A $500 non-refundable deposit is due within 1-hour of winning the auction.  Purchaser is responsible for pick-up/shipping arrangements.  Balance of payment and vehicle pick-up are due within three days (72 hours) of auction close.  Vehicle is in North Randall, OH (an eastside suburb of Cleveland, OH) and we are confident the winning bidder can drive away in it and return to your final destination without any issues. 

If by chance the winning bidder hires a transporter for pick-up, our facility can accommodate all classes of transport vehicles, from flatbed tow trucks to 10-vehicle trailers hauled by a tractor.  We desire to make your vehicle purchase a true pleasure and will work to accommodate your needs as much as we can so long as our previously stated stipulations are met.  Thanks for your interests.  Good luck bidding!  

 

Highlights 

400 Engine

 Turbo 400 Transmission

 Dual Exhaust

 Bucket Seats

 Console

 Custom Paint

 81,537 Actual Miles!!!

Areas In Need Of TLC

Front Seats Need Reupholstered 

Needs New Headliner

Needs New Carpet (Front Passenger Side)

Front Windshield Glass Is Cracked

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