2002 Pontiac Grand Prix GTP 4dr Sedan (3.8L 6cyl S/C 4A)
My wife owned a Grand Prix GTP and she
traded it in on a Mustang GT
convertable. She misses her Grand Prix
so she drives my 40th Anniversary GTP
regularly. If they made a Grand Prix
convertable she would never have bought
the Mustang. By the way when we both
opened them up on the freeway my 4 DR
Full size sedan 240 HP Supercharged GTP
engine stayed right with her compact 2
DR convertable V-8 260 HP GT. I am sure
if added a couple of the available kits
I would be blowing away most the hot
cars. I have to laugh at the Honda's
with their big exhaust pipes thinking
they can keep up.
Head turning style and power.
Bring back 12 pack CD player in trunk
and digital thermostat climate
controls. Add a passenger seat heater.
Add these and no one for under $50000
can touch you.
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