Make a list of iconic American 1960’s cars and the Grand prix is bound to be among them for this mighty beast of a muscle car from Pontiac was one of a group that defined the breed. With the massive 428 engine and four to the floor shifter the original 1962 Grand prix was a weapon for the roads, and when in ultimate form it began pumping out almost 400bhp the time had come to acknowledge the Grand Prix as one of the images of its age.
That age was very different to this, however, and though the Grand Prix lives on it does so on name only, as the current models bearing the legend – great cars though they may be – bear little relation to their muscle bound ancestors.
The legend that surrounds the Grand Prix is part and parcel of why so many of them remain on the roads today; those very early models remain as cherished vintage relics these days, valuable and worthy investments, but the fact remains that all cars need parts replacing over time. Take Grand Prix mirrors – made of glass which can crack or weather with age, and in the case of Grand Prix side view mirrors they are vulnerable to a swipe from another vehicle or close object.
Knowing you can get quality replacement parts is a bonus, and that is what we at Go-Part.com can promise – the quick delivery of the right part for your model and year, and Grand Prix mirrors are part of our inventory.
With many years in the business we can offer you expertise from our fully trained and very knowledgeable staff, and their dedication to the cause means you will be supplied parts manufactured by well known names – among the KOYO and TYC – with a limited lifetime guarantee, and all meeting or exceeding the very exacting OEM requirements. This means your replacement mirrors will be exactly as those that were fitted by the factory, and should you – on a rare chance – receive the wrong part our returns and exchange policy is designed to make life as stress free as possible.
For quality replacement parts for you Grand Prix, you know you will get the best service from Go-Part.com.