This Low-Mileage 2000 Pontiac Grand Prix GTP Can Be Yours For Just $22,000

Image: Mille Brothers Auto Sales
Image: Mille Brothers Auto Sales

I can understand the whole “something is worth whatever someone is willing to pay for it” mindset that people like to pivot to whenever we point out things with stupid prices, but some things are just more expensive than they should be. For example, take this Pontiac found for sale in Pennsylvania.

First spotted by GM Authority, the car is for sale at Miller Brothers Auto Sales in Mill Hall, Pennsylvania. Aside from more than a few listings of Bobcats, there are decent used cars for sale, including some classic stuff like a 1979 Corvette with just over 5,100 miles and a 1984 Nissan 300ZX. Among the rest of the inventory sits a clean example of a car that would appeal to just a select few of us enthusiasts.

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1997-2003 Pontiac Grand Prix GTP
1997-2003 Pontiac Grand Prix GTP

Back in 2000, you could pick one of these things up for $24,870 (just over $44,000 adjusted for inflation). Today, you’ll be paying close to that if you want this example at Miller Brothers: the dealer is asking $21,998 for this GTP.

Is it worth it? On one hand, the quality of GM cars of this era leaves a lot to be desired, especially that plastic fantastic interior. On the other hand, GM’s 3800 V6 is damn near bulletproof, so that might be worth it to some alone. While this is a clean example of a car you’d probably be hard-pressed to find this on the road anywhere, $22,000 might be $10,000 too much for something like this, even one with low miles.

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