The 1969-1972 series of the Pontiac Grand Prix defined the model as a desirable car. It wasn't so much the power, or the performance, or the styling, of the Grand Prix as it was the overall package that made the car popular. Find the 1969-1972 Pontiac Grand Prix weight, prices, and production in the following chart.
The standard V-8 in the 1969 Pontiac Grand Prix
was 400 cubic inches and had 350 horsepower.
1969-1972 Pontiac Grand Prix: Models, Prices, and Production
|Model||Weight (lbs.)||Price ||Production |
|1969 hardtop coupe||3,715||$3,866||112,486 |
|1970 hardtop coupe||3,784||3,985 ||65,750 |
|1971 hardtop coupe ||3,863 ||4,557 ||58,325 |
|1972 hardtop coupe ||3,898 ||4,472 ||91,961 |
|Grand Prix Total||328,522|
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