19. 1963 Grand Prix
Similar to the original GTO, the 1963 Grand Prix was a hefty performance car in its own right. The 1963 Grand Prix was part of the 17th FIA Formula One races, and it also held it is on the drag racing circuit. What made the 1963 Grand Prix so unique was that it started to differentiate itself from the other sedans on the market. Pontiac marketed the Grand Prix as a modern family sedan with attitude. If you wanted the 1963 Grand Prix, you had a choice of engines for it.
Ordering a 1963 Grand Prix was a grand thing to do. The 1963 Grand Prix came in a coupe or a sedan. In terms of a noteworthy design, GM tried to mimic the success of the Grand Prix with other models later on. Up until the end of the Pontiac lineup, the Grand Prix remained a fixture of the brand. To this day, the 1963 Grand Prix is one of the more coveted models and constantly garners attention at the auction block.