Resto-Mod 1968 Pontiac Leman For Sale. Pro built 455 cubic inch V8 engine, Edelbrock 4 barrel carburetor and intake with chrome finish, MSD electronic ignition, A/C upgraded with R134a and newer style compressor, chrome engine dress-up package, Muncie 4 speed manual transmission, 12 bolt posi rear end, dual exhaust with Flowmaster mufflers, two tone custom paint, fiberglass scooped hood, endura front bumper, 17" Cragar SS wheels, dual driving mirrors, olive gold bucket seat interior, custom center console, wood rim steering wheel, AM/FM radio, auxiliary gauges, in dash tachometer. At the turn of the your hear will be racing when you hear this powerful 455 engine come to life. Don't miss this very special Pontiac muscle car!!! Automotive History: The Pontiac LeMans /l?'m??nz/ was a model name that was applied to subcompact- and intermediate-sized automobiles marketed by Pontiac from 1962 to 1981 (1983 in Canada). Manufactured in five generations, the LeMans line was replaced by the downsized Pontiac Bonneville for the 1982 -The LeMans was introduced as the top-of-the-line version of the compact-sized Pontiac Tempest toward the end of the 1961 model year on GM's new Y body platform. The Tempest LeMans was a trim package featuring sportier and more luxurious trim than the Tempest, including different badging and bucket seats. The trim option was available only on the two-door sedan (pillared coupe) body style. -Shortly after the start of the 1964 model year, the LeMans became available with a new performance package designated as the GTO, or 'Gran Turismo Omologato'. The GTO option included a 389 cu in (6.4 L) V8 from the full-sized Pontiac line that produced 325 HP or 348 HP in Tri-Power version. -Available for the 1968 model year in the Tempest line, a new engine replaced the 326 powering the GM A-body. This new engine was based on all existing Pontiac engine architecture and using the 326, 389, and 400 engines crank at 3.75" and expanding the 326's 3.72" bore to 3.88" to give 353.84 cubic inches. It was marketed by Pontiac as a 350, just like the original 326 was called rather that its true size of 325.84. For 1968 the 350 could be had in two versions at 265 hp 2bbl and 325 hp 4bbl.