This 1965 Pontiac LeMans has proper V8 power and four-on-the-floor.
It makes for a cool-looking coupe with some serious classic
American driving fun.
This LeMans retains the solid look you'd want from these coupes.
The stacked headlights, the broad grille, and the taillight panel
that reaches around the fenders are all part of the Wide Track
look. The sharply styled lines showcase the straightness of the
sheet metal. The color holds close to 1965's Teal Turquoise. It was
updated later in life to make sure it has a good shine, but it
never loses that driver quality you want in an anytime cruiser.
Plus, the Rally wheels, redline tires, dual exhaust tips, and a
high-polish shine from the form-hugging bumpers really give this an
The sea of green continues inside. It has a very vintage
presentation, right down to the AM radio that's still there for
display. So lovers of true classic style will appreciate the look
this one has. Even if you don't want a preserved/untouched style,
you're still going to love the driver-oriented setup. The front
bucket seats, center console, and Hurst floor shifter remind you
how close the LeMans was to its GTO sibling.
Pontiac's hardy 326 cubic-inch V8 is under the hood, and it has
been through a recent tune-up to keep it running strong. There are
also newer components like the alternator, distributor, plug wires,
and an aluminum radiator. This V8 inhales deeper with an Edelbrock
four-barrel carburetor and hi-rise aluminum intake. And the rather
straight set of dual exhaust pipes gives this a nice tune. A
smooth-shifting four-speed manual transmission gives you complete
control over the power. Plus, power steering, power brakes, and a
rear sway bar make for a great driving package.
This Pontiac has the muscle car look and plenty of muscle car fun.
So you know it makes for an alluring classic at a terrific price.
1965 Pontiac Lemans
Location:Concord, North Carolina
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