This 1975 Pontiac Grand Ville Brougham Convertible is finished in Sterling Silver with Black interior. It’s equipped with a 455ci V8 (200hp, 345ft-lbs torque) and a TH400 3 speed automatic transmission.
For 1975, the Grand Ville became known as the Grand Ville Brougham, and featured more standard equipment than in previous years; including power windows and a carpeted trunk. This would be the final year for the Grand Ville name, and it would be Pontiac's last convertible until 1983. For 1976, the lineup was renamed Bonneville Brougham, returning that moniker back to its former flagship status. Grand Ville convertibles were rare, with production never exceeding 5,000 units per year during the model run. From 1973 to 1975, the Grand Ville was Pontiac's only full-size convertible offering; 1971 and 1972 full-size Pontiac convertibles were offered in the entry level Catalina line as well.
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