Evaluation: Showing 3643 miles that are represented as actual, and even wearing the original tires. A handful of tiny chips on the body are the only reminder of how old this car actually is. It’s like a trip back in time to remind you just how very brown and beige the ‘70s were.
Bottom Line: The big beak, the sea of beige, the vinyl half roof and the 180 horses out of 400 cubic inches make this Grand Prix a malaise era masterpiece. And even though 1977 was the Grand Prix’s all-time best-selling year at 288,430 units, this one could be the best specimen in the country. That explains much of the price here, and this does not at all mean that every other ’77 Pontiac out there is suddenly a $35,000 car.