The production version of this aero Grand Prix would be called the Pontiac 2+2. 1.8K likes. Get a Free Vehicle History Report. Found this one with ONLY 55 miles on it, still had the window sticker in the window! Watch; S N L 8 P O N I W S O R J V S E D 4 Z. Found this one with ONLY 55 miles on it, still had the window sticker in the window! Avg. Pre-Owned. Ended: May 23, 2020. In response, both Chevrolet and Pontiac went back to the drawing board, independently, to produce a G-body coupe with improved high-speed stability. Asking price is $20,000 OBO This is a rare car only built one year and a mere total of 1,225 ever left the factory. A page dedicated to 86 Grand Prix 2+2! You can also compare prices, trim specifications, options, reviews, scores and recall history of 1986 Pontiac Grand Prix with similar vehicles. !This rare 1987 Pontiac Grand Prix 2+2 Aerocoupe was purchased from a museum and has had one owner since purchase. Price: US $4,000.00. A. AutoTrader.com 30+ days ago. the motor and tranny run smooth . Find your next car by browsing our extensive new and pre-owned 1986 Pontiac Grand Prix inventory from local Pontiac dealerships and private sellers. Call Call Text Email. Find 1986 Pontiac Grand Prixes for Sale on Oodle Classifieds. Days Listed. the car shows 53,000 miles but the title says tmu for mileage. $15.50. Rear view of 1986 Grand Prix 2+2. This Grand prix runs and drives. 1986 pontiac grand prix 2+2 aero description. The goal was to design and build a production vehicle that incorporated aerodynamic changes that would find favor on NASCAR superspeedways. The “2+2” name was a revival of Pontiac’s full-size 2-door performance car from the 1960s. Trunk & floor pans are super clean (see photos). Free local pickup. The designation 2+2 was borrowed from European sports car terminology, for a seating arrangement of two in front plus two in the rear. For sale 1986 Pontiac 2+2 Aerocoupe. But in between these two eras there lies one of the more interesting, least-considered homologation specials in the playbook: The 1986 Pontiac Grand Prix 2+2. The rear window is intact with zero cracks. Watch; 1986 Pontiac Grand Prix 2+2 Aerocoupe Article - Must See !! All Pontiac Grand Prix 5th-gen. 2+2 Coupe versions offered for the year 1986 with complete specs, performance and technical data in the catalogue of cars. See original listing. Drivetrain: RWD. New tires were recently put on. RARE PONTIAC IN BEAUTIFUL CONDITION WITH LOW MILES!! 1986 Pontiac Grand Prix 2+2, Chelsea, Vermont. This 1986 Grand Prix 2+2 has a Connecticut Salvage Title. One of only 1,225 Pontiac Grand Prix 2+2 code Y97 coupes made in 1986. Price Unavailable. 1986 Pontiac Grand Prix 2+2, Chelsea, Vermont. Silver over Charcoal exterior with 2+2 decals and Red striping with Gray cloth interior and leather wrapped steering wheel code NP5. i have owned the car since august 1996, i believe i am the 3rd owner. Design. Price: Item location: Huntingtown, Maryland, United States. There are 18000 miles on the car. Year 1986. body is straight with no rot . Clean CarFax. Newer dual exhaust (receipts for carb & exhaust over $2k). An updated taillight design with three sections was the only major change to the 1986 Grand Prix. has nice duel exhaus, tires are like new . In 1986 GM threw its hat back into the ring with the introduction of the Monte Carlo Aerocoupe and the Grand Prix 2+2. First introduced as part of Pontiac's full-size car model offering for the 1962 model year, the marque varied repeatedly in size, luxury, and performance during its lifespan. 1986 Pontiac Grand Prix 2+2 (aut. The 1986 Grand Prix 2+2 is a model that Pontiac enthusiasts tend to overlook. 56,384 miles above avg.