How come when I try to find a 1973-75 Pontiac Grand Am all you show are Trans Ams? They are not the same car!

Asked by Oct 18, 2019 at 08:58 AM about the 1973 Pontiac Grand Am

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Maybe there is none for sale? Increase your search radius

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Try Hemming's for vintage cars.

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I increased the radius to no limit. Perhaps they should say nothing found instead of showing autos I have no interest in. Found one within 42 miles on another site!

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Good luck with the search. I always thought these were sleeper cars at the end of the muscle car era. Almost bought one when new but settled for a Lemans Sport Coupe.

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