1973 Pontiac Grand Am
Car for sale by WeBe Autos in Riverhead, New York 11901
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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1973 Pontiac Grand Am $27,495
Showing 24,014 Miles
With the 2nd Owner Since 2011
Lots of Documentation
Rebuilt Original 400 Motor to Factory Specs
Finished in the Original Factory Color Ascot Silver
Original Leather Interior
Beautiful Paint, Chrome and Stainless
Loaded with Factory Options
Power Disk Brakes
Working Factory Clock
Custom Exhaust(Sounds Great)
Original Owners Manuals, 8 Track Tapes, Matching Hotwheels Car, Brosures, Magazines, Build Sheet and Lots or Literature Included..
The 1973 Pontiac Grand Am was the newest GM offering on its A-body platform, an attempt to incorporate the interior comfort, handling and reduced size characteristics of foreign cars into American-engineered cars. Slated at first to be a GTO, it was switched at birth and received its own model line when the GTO got incorporated as an option in the LeMans. The 1973 Grand Am was offered as coupe or sedan (and one station wagon -- thats right, one). It was marketed as a performance tourer, a roomy midsize family car, albeit one with a powerful engine second only to the Camaro and Corvette.
Under the hood you had a variety of options. The 6.5-liter 400 block V8 engine with a 2-barrel carb rated at 170-hp, while the 4-barrel version came in at 200 hp. These were paired with a Turbo Hydramatic 4-speed automatic. Much rarer was the 400 4-barrel engine paired with a 4- speed manual. A powerhorse 7.4-liter 455 V8 engine hit 250 hp with the Hydramatic transmission.
Inside, the 1973 Grand Am resembled the Grand Prix, and featured deep-set reclining sports seats, a wood instrument panel, headlight dimmer switch and a choice between leather or corduroy seats (this was the 70s, after all). To be performance-oriented, it was built with a heavy suspension, large anti-sway bars and 15-inch tires. Though sharing an A platform with such cars as the LeMans, Grand Prix and Buick Century, the Grand Am distinguished its exterior styling with two hood scoops, louvered rear quarter windows and six small vertical grilles bookended by round headlights. Drivers loved the engine performance, smooth ride and sports handling of the 1973 Grand Am.
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For Sale By Owner and Located in Baldwin, NY
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1973 Pontiac Grand Am Specifications
Classic Car ID101031338
Trim Body Style
Custom Exterior ColorN/A
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