First rolling off the line for the 1973 model year, the Pontiac Grand Am nameplate has been an on-again, off-again affair for GM, with the latest fifth-generation sunsetting following the departure of the 2005 model year. Now, this well-preserved 2003 Pontiac Grand Am GT is up for grabs in a new online auction.
Recently hitting the web via Bring A Trailer, this 2003 Pontiac Grand Am has just 12,000 miles on it, and looks surprisingly clean for a 20-year-old vehicle. Originally sold new at Dave’s Pontiac of Davis, California, the car has remained registered in the Golden State since new, with the current selling dealer acquiring it in October of the 2022 calendar year.
Covered in Black paint, this Pontiac Grand Am looks great, especially in conjunction with the chrome-finish 16-inch alloy wheels wrapped in 225/60 Hankook Ventus V2 Concept 2 tires. A decklid spoiler is found out back, while fog lights are up front.
Moving inside, we find the cabin space decked out in Dark Pewter cloth upholstery. Amenities include a sunroof, air conditioning, and cruise control, while a CD / cassette player stereo combo provides the tunes.
Motivation is sourced from the naturally aspirated 3.4L V6 LA1 engine, the output of which was rated at 175 horsepower and 205 pound-feet of torque from the factory. The engine connects to a four-speed automatic transmission, which drives the front wheels.
Notably, this 2003 Pontiac Grand Am recently received a variety of maintenance items, including fresh engine oil, a brake fluid flush, a new coolant reservoir, a new blower motor resistor, a new oil pan drain plug, a new drive belt, and a new air filter.
For now, the highest bid of seven placed thus far for this 2003 Pontiac Grand Am GT is set at $5,500, with the auction slated to end in three days on Friday, December 23rd.
The four-door is located in Roseville, California, while the sale also includes the original window sticker and manufacturer’s literature.