For sale is a very nicely done 1971 Pontiac Lemans Sport ( GTO Tribute )
THe Lemans and GTO were basically the same car in the late 60s/ early 70s , aside from a few performance uprades and styling cues.
This Lemans sport has many of those options without the "gto" price tag .
Recently rebuilt Pontiac 400 , 4 barrel carb, edelbrock performer aluminum intake
Power steering , disc brakes , power steering.
The paint and body is in excellent shape and nice quality. No rust. The color is a ruby red metallic and silver two -tone. ( was originally a vinyl top car that was removed and painted for a more "cali" style. Though the drivetrain was upgraded,the body retains a lot of originality. No added hood scoops or wings.
Many new suspension, steering, brake parts.
Fresh set of Pontiac Rally II rims on new tires.
The interior is also in excellent shape and recently redone. Factory Bucket seats, recovered in a black vinyl and gray cloth inserts.
Newer gauges, and Bluetooth stereo. New wood grain Pontiac steering wheel.
TH list goes on and on. Truly a very nice Turn Key car you can drive and show
asking only $19,500
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