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From around 1956 until the mid 1980s, Dodge, Plymouth and even Chrysler squads were the most ubiquitous police cars in North America. In fact, the biggest department, the NYPD, used Plymouth and Dodge squads almost exclusively until the rear-drive M body car was finally axed in 1989.
The no-frills Savoy two-door sedan was home to another engine of considerable repute, the infamous 413 Max Wedge, a Super Stock monster block Chrysler introduced in the spring of 1962.
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This 1964 Pontiac Grand Prix is a proper cool-cruising hardtop with everything you want from proper V8 power to Pontiacs iconic 8-lug wheels. So dig into the details on this quite correct full-size classic. The factory-correct Aquamarine paint has the right 1960s vibe you want on a car like this. After all, Pontiacs really were entering their own stratosphere of cool in this era, and it all started with the design. Stacked headlights stretched to the edges made room for dual wide grilles to drive home the Wide Track look. In the back, the full-width panel is pure jet-age cool, and those turn signals are tall arrows right on the edge. While you can admire the design, dont forget to marvel at how the big chrome bumpers integrate into all of it, too. The Grand Prix was Pontiacs way to be both sporty and formal basically an executive express. This fast-with-class attitude was integrated so nicely with the formal hardtop, a crease running the full-length of the rear fenders, and bright rocker trim. And the reason you can see it all so well today is because this is such a well preserved and presented example. You can even instantly recognize the famous 8-lug wheels which were great for both style and stopping power. The factory-correct blue interior is a great complementing color to the exterior. The doors, dash, upholstery, and headliner all share this color for a great uniform appearance. Pontiac made sure these earned the grand part of their name with bucket seats up front with a comfortable center console in-between. The rear passengers were comfortable, too, with a fold-down armrest to provide individual comfort. The wood-like paneling on the console, dash, and factory two-spoke wheel are all terrific pieces that still convey a message of premium luxury today. Plus, theres plenty of brightwork to frame all the gauges, including the extra-wide speedometer, factory auxiliary gauge trio, and cool Pontiac vacuum readout mounted prominently on the console. And while this has a terrific classic atmosphere, theres also an AM/FM/CD stereo cleanly mounted under the drivers side dash. That way you can have the best in modern music while cruising in this very vintage ride. The engine bay stays faithful to this cars original image right down to the black air cleaner and turquoise paint on the block. So its no surprise this honest presentation is believed to be the original motor. Fans of the GTO know the Pontiac 389 cubic-inch V8, and its a great powerplant to have here, too. Theres a bit more grand touring weight in the Grand Prix compared to the Goats, but that isnt a problem for this big power, four-barrel carb motor. Advertised at 306 horsepower, it was able to deliver on the Pontiacs performance promise. Then you add in great features like, the three-speed automatic transmission, power brakes, power steering, and a supple ride. Its this powerful moving and luxury cruising attitude that makes the coupe so desirable. Complete with owners manual, a V8 hardtop thats equal parts power and flair never goes out of style. Thats why you know this Grand Prix is the right one for you. Call today!!!
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