2006 Pontiac Grand Prix Gxp, Low Miles 1 Owner, No Accidents, Extra Clean on 2040-cars
black leather and suede seats on the interior
Clinton, Massachusetts, United States
2006 Pontiac, Grand
One Owner, No
5.3 Liter, V8
4 Speed Automatic
Up for bid is a 2006 Pontiac Grand
Prix GXP equipped with the powerful 5.3 V8 motor. I am confident that this is the cleanest,
most complete, original, lowest mileage, Grand Prix GXP on eBay right now. Check out the pictures. No dents or dings and no rust!
The car is sharp with silver exterior and
black leather and suede seats on the interior.
It has a V8, 303 HP 5.3 Liter Detroit Muscle Car engine under the hood, heads-up display, an 8-way power driver's seat, a
trip computer, cruise control, On Star, CD player, full power accessories,
keyless entry, remote start and a smooth ride, and superior handling, along
with sporty looks. This car is awesome!
List of options:
5.3 V8 motor with 303 horsepower 320lb ft or torque
4 speed automatic transmission with optional paddle shift on steering wheel
Front wheel drive
18" Alcoa forged aluminum wheels
Factory cross drilled rotors
Heads up display in the windshield
Dual zone climate control
Heat front seats
Side air bags
Factory remote start
High intensity fog lamps
Quad tipped exhaust
This vehicle has had only one previous owner
and is completely original, well maintained, low mileage and no accidents. This vehicle has been well taken care of and obviously
garaged. It will not disappoint the new
owner. These pictures do the best they
can to convey that message, but they are just pictures and Iím not a
professional photographer. However, the
car is mint.
Keep in mind that Pontiac is now part of
history and gone! They are not making
any more of these vehicles. This car is destined
to become a collectable and future classic.
It is the end of an era of Detroit Muscle Cars from Pontiac. As of this listing, there are 2 other of
these cars on eBay. They are getting
rarer and hard to find, especially in this condition.
*This vehicle is advertised locally and I reserve the right to end this auction
at any time. Iíll be happy to assist
with the logistics, but the Buyer is responsible for any and all aspects of shipping
charges and planning. This vehicle is
sold with confidence and a 30 day mechanical guarantee. We are proud and fortunate to have it available
and to offer it up for sale. We stand
behind it with confidence!
*A $750 deposit is required within 3 days of
the close of the auction.
*Certified Bank Checks Only.
47 Fuller St
01510 Tel: 978-368-8830 Ask
Pontiac Grand Prix for Sale
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As much as our digital lives have cut down on our trips to the post office, there are still times that sending "snail mail" is necessary. With us car lovers in mind and philately in their hearts, the good folks at the United States Postal Service will introduce a new stamp design called "Muscle Cars" starting on February 22.
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