Jack Nicklaus puts everything he has into every drive
We do, too. 1976 Pontiac Grand Prix.
There’s no holding back. This year’s Grand Prix shows we’re shooting straight for the pin.
The dramatic new styling.
The take-charge performance. A Pontiac V-8. Power steering. Power brakes. And famous Radial Tuned Suspension — all standard.
And that Grand Prix comfort to help you forget all about bogeys and bad putts. With plush Pontiac seating. A stylish instrument panel that doglegs toward the driver for easy viewing. Plus many available luxuries… like real leather bucket seat trim. AM-FM stereo, sunroof, cruise control and more.
You may never drive like Nicklaus off the tee. But you sure can on the road. 1976 Grand Prix. At your Pontiac dealer’s now.
Golfer Jack Nicklaus for the 1979 Pontiac Grand LeMans Safari station wagon
The Sportsman of the Year announces his pick for wagon of the year
They say it takes a winner to pick a winner. So we asked Jack Nicklaus, Sports Illustrated magazine’s Sportsman of the Year and longtime Pontiac wagon enthusiast, to comment on our new mid-size Grand LeMans Safari.
“I’m impressed. This is more than a wagon. It’s a Pontiac.”