The Grand Ville was made through 1975, and was the plushest Pontiac made in the day. It topped even the Bonneville for luxury features, only to be replaced by the Bonneville Brougham in 1976. Available body styles included 2 and 4-door hardtops and a convertible. The convertible G.V. was Pontiac’s only fullsize open-top during the period. Powertrains as well as appearance changes duplicated the Bonneville’s.
In its final year, all Grand Villes were sold as ‘Brougham’ models. The Grand Ville is the rarest out of any big 1970s GM cars. Find one, get it, keep it!