Top of the Pontiac line in the full-size range both in the US and abroad
was the Grand Prix model. It was the only US-built big Pontiac that was directly available
in Europe. Like the Grande Parisienne it only came in one body style, a hardtop coupe. It
was the most stylish, most luxurious and most expensive car Pontiac had to offer and the
company advertised it as an "instant classic". The Grand Prix carried the flag
of Pontiac's flamboyant and bold image which was stressed by the classic drawing by
artists Arthur Fitzpatrick and Van Kaufman that you see above.
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