The 77 Grand Prix is arguably the most enjoyable car I ever drove
The only thing I had to do was change out the radiator, due to neglect from the descendant of the original owner and purchaser. Other than that, the car didn't need anything major. It was well maintained.
I sold the car in 2008 after I purchased the car I really wanted (Boattail Buick Riviera). But I admit I am now second guessing myself for selling the car. I sold it because I didn't have room to keep it.
The Grand Prix was sooooo fun to drive! Always reliable. Starts up on the first crank. Drives and handles smoothly on the highway.
I admit that the Grand Prix actually drives and handles better than the Riv, although the Riv has a bit more power. Actually, I enjoyed driving this car more than my late model cars!
The interior was well maintained and the body was straight with no dents. It could've used a paint job, but I didn't have time to get it done. Everything was all original.
I just recently saw another 77 model Grand Prix for sale. I'm strongly thinking about purchasing it!
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes
Review Date: 27th March, 2010