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1972 Pontiac Grand Prix - All Power - 400 Engine - Must See

Make: Pontiac
Model: Grand Prix
Type: Coupe
Year: 1972
Mileage: 82,009
VIN: 2K57T2P111508
Color: Gray
Engine: 400 V8
Cylinders: 8
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Automatic
Drive type: RWD
Interior color: Tan
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Cleveland, Ohio, United States

1972 Pontiac Grand Prix NO RESERVE AUCTION - LAST HIGHEST BIDDER WINS CAR! Additional Info:

Thank you for looking at our vehicle. You will need a Paypal account to bid. If you don’t have one, please call with your offer. Please do not message us through eBay, because we may not get to your message. If you have any questions about the vehicle, call Stan at 216-598-7011. This car is being sold no reserve. If you win the vehicle, please send a $500 deposit to our Paypal account within 24 hours. Balance to be paid by check, cash or wire transfer. Please call us directly so we can work out the paperwork and delivery after deposit has been made. We charge $115 for paperwork and title transfer, and 45 day tags are available.
We sell all cars as-is, which means the buyer is responsible for any and all repairs, according to the Ohio Buyer’s Guide. Remember: it’s the buyer’s responsibility to inspect the car before bidding. When you view the pictures of the vehicle, make sure you look at them on a large screen to ensure that you can see all attributes of the car. Good luck to all bidders.
Thank you for looking at our 1972 Pontiac Grand Prix. This car's features include power steering, power brakes, factory 8 track player, power windows, power locks and more. About 5 years ago, the previous owner decided he was going to do his own valve job on the car since it was leaking water. Being a house flipper, the economy got so good in Cleveland in recent years that he has not had a chance to complete the valve job, so he sold it to me. I took it to my mechanic when I bought it back in October, and its been sitting there for 6 months since he's been busy as well. So I've decided to sell it and let someone else complete the valve job. All you would need to do is send the heads out to make sure they are perfect to be put back together or have them refinished. It may need a carburetor, which would be a quadrajet 4-barrel carburetor.
The windows and power locks work and the car turns over fine. The floors and frame are all solid. The body has some rust but not much. The reason the hood doesn't close is because when the guy had the hood off when he was doing the project, the tow truck driver had him put the hood on because he had no other way of putting the hood back safely. With the right hood adjustment, it will close correctly. I put a picture of the title in along with the 24 pictures, and you can see that the title reads non actual. The car is 46 years old, and you would probably have to figure that it's not going to read actual. I also bought the correct steering wheel for the car that's in the pictures that comes with the car. With a weekend of work, a mechanic can get this car running and driving, and the second weekend you can touch it up, and it'll look and run well, and be ready for a summer cruise!