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Hemmings 78 Grand Prix Feature Car .

cammerjeff

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Doug, nice car, but I don't know if they will get the asking price. A friend of mine has a 78 GP 301 4bbl with less than 5000 miles on it. Chesterfield Brown tan bucket seat interior. It is a low option car but he could not get $5000 for it last year when he tried to sell it. It is now getting a 455 installed as the car was just to slow for him to drive.
 

92 Sunbird LE

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Thanks Jeff,
Someone recently asked about a 78 301 Grand Prix on here, maybe it's this car?
Have to lookup how many were built, friend in NY swapped in a 425 Olds in his GBody Grand Prix. (Didn't take long to break the Gov-Lock rearend , lol )(y)

Doug in P.R. 😎
 

92 Sunbird LE

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Looks like a base Grand Prix ( not a SJ or LJ) with optional V8 and A/C.

127253 Base models built that year out of a total of 228444 Grand Prix's built in 1978.
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