How many 1963 Grand Prix were factory produced with a 3 speed on the
Pontiac Historical Services might be able to answer that question. A three on the tree was not a rare option back then.
Thanks, I have sent for mine, I just hope they kept track some how and I'm able to find out. So far I have only heard of three (3)
Thank you for your honest and very informative answer, I myself have been around these cars all my life too, and like you I have never seen a Grand Prix with a three speed on a Column. I recently purchased this car from what you might say the original owner, unfortunately he passed and left it to his grand son who wasn't a car guy and sold it. It is a true original three speed Grand Prix that is in mint condition. I'll take your suggestion and contact a Grand Prix club. ( A 63 Catalina conv with 421 tri-power, WOW ) Thanks again,
Sir, thank you for your comments, I did not buy this car to flip,I love cars and this one is here to stay not only due to its rarity ( I think ) but also the condition the original owner kept it in. I bought a 67 Impala ss,427,4 spd brand new and still have it !! I got drafted 6 months after I bought it and my cousin ended up with it when I went in the service, when I got out I bought it back, God has blessed me.
That is a super find and I hope you get an answer. I found a 66 Tempest coupe with a 326 and a column mounted 3 speed in 68 and thought it too was an oddity. Have not seen many like yours and the 63 was my favorite GP year. Post some pictures for us to see!
Thanks for your comments, I'll need my son-in-law to help with pictures, it will be a few weeks until he will be around but I'll get some for you to see.