Well, my little local car dealer — Keystone Automotive in Holliston, Mass. — does it again with another car that I get lustful feelings for every time I drive by. This time, it’s a 1976 Pontiac Grand Prix with just 45,000 miles showing on the odometer, and nothing to make believe it’s not authentic. High-Hiding White isn’t exactly my favorite color, but there’s something about it on this GP that makes me want it. Bad.
The price? $7,695. I’m assuming this is going to sell in the neighborhood of $6,900. Lisa’s super-clean 1973 Olds Cutlass with 75,000 miles from Georgia ended up costing us about $3,500, but that was nigh on 20 year ago.
Finding a car in this incredible condition from a dealer, the price isn’t surprising to me at all.