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That is just GORGEOUS, all Class!!! The 1963 Pontiac Grand Prix, ladies and gents!

The classic car insurance specialist Hagerty.com says that the 1963 “GP” (as they were known) was restyled bumper to bumper, with smooth sheet metal, a slight “Coke-bottle” shape, and a concave rear window.

Sales more than doubled to 72,959, and many buyers upgraded the performance package with 3×2 “Tri-Power” carburetors on the 389-c.i. V-8. With this setup, the engine put out 370 hp and the car could turn 0-60 times of 6.6 seconds with 15.1-second quarter mile runs.

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