Just arrived, this is a very original condition car that will win awards.
Sold new to Roy Foster by AG Langhorst Pontiac of Sidney, Ohio
on September 22, 1975. It remained with the Foster family until sold to
Michigan Owner #2 in 2012. We sold this car to a Florida client two
years ago and he had to reduce garage space.
Now it is ready for its new owner to love and pamper.
We have had many 70's intermediate GM coupes
in the last six years, but this is the best original we have had.
This car has its factory original Bright Red paint in excellent condition.
I love the car has no vinyl top, pretty rare to see one this way...
Excellent new Black & Red bucket seat vinyl interior added by the
last owner. Excellent dash, door panels, carpet, & headliner.
Mint chrome and soft trim throughout.
Factory Pontiac wheels and new whitewall tires.
This lovely car has been well cared for by its prior owners
and will look great in your garage...
The car is equipped with the factory 350 cubic inch engine,
4BBL carb and automatic transmission.
Ice cold factory air conditioning
THREE OWNER, LOW MILE SURVIVOR
RARE MODEL - ALL ORIGINAL PAINT
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