1999 Pontiac Grand Prix Gt on 2040-cars
Ray Brook, New York, United States
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For our good friends at Autopros 862 NYS RT 86 in Ray Brook NY 12977 518-637-5233. NYS DMV Dealer # 7107121
1999 Pontiac Grand Prix GT. Rick the owner says let it go no reserve.
This car has been on the lot for too long, time to find a home. NY Buyers will be required to pay sales tax on the purchase price. Car will be inspected for NY Buyers as per NYS DMV regulations.
Condition Report: 3.0 out of 5.0
Car has new Battery, Exhaust, front left lower control arm, front stabilizer bar and links, front right outer tie rod, and 2 front tires. Both rocker panels are rusted though and will need to replaced. Car runs and drives decently and will passed NYS Inspection, sticker was issued. Driver window regulator does not work and will need replacement. Heater motor was not running at the time of the inspection. Likely it, or the resistor will need replacement. Aftermarked radio appears to have had an amp installed with was removed. Speakers are still in the car. Works but will need something. Front appears to shutter a bit at speed (65mph) and above. With the new tie rod, we suspect that it will need to be aligned. Other than the rockers the body is solid with no apparent paint work or previous damage. Interior is clean with the exception of an issue with the seam on the driver side (pictured). 2 tires are new, 2 tires are 80%. Brakes are all 75% or better. All lights are in working condition, wipers work, horn works. Rear Defroster works. Glass and mirrors are all good and uncracked. Single key with key fob. Doors lock and unlock.
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