This 1971 Pontiac T-37 has plenty of GTO style in its paint and
presentation. But as you dig a little deeper, you're going to
really enjoy it the most because it's a solid vintage cruiser with
its original V8 and plenty of comfortable features.
Pontiacs of this era have something special about them. The GTOs
that were based on this design are cars of legend today. So we
understand why this one was given some aggressive upgrades during
its 2010 restoration. The is resprayed to match the factory
Adriatic Blue. There's a nice shine and a stylish metallic glow in
the finish that tells you this was done with quality and treated
with care. This one lives to show that kind of style off with
upgrades like the color-matched front end, sunrise stripes, hood
scoop trim, and full-width rear spoiler. Even the Rally II wheels
are pure performance cool, and we love how the redline tires go
with the stripes. But the full appeal here has to do with the
details. While the speedy style will draw you in, the fit of the
panels and overall quality tell you that this is just a solid and
The full dark blue interior goes great with the exterior and is
also factory correct. It has a nice style and all the details you
want - from the front bucket seats to the working dome light. It's
a factory A/C car, and the components are still in place (they will
need servicing to blow cold again.) And there are also the right
upgrades for a nice driver, like an AM/FM/CD stereo w/USB input, a
cup holder center console, and a tach mounted below the sports
Under the hood is the original numbers matching 350 cubic-inch V8.
We know there are some of you thinking about how easy it would be
to add a monster motor to go with the GTO-style exterior. But since
Pontiac made their own motors in this era, we also just like to see
one have something so original that's proudly displayed - right
down to the decals. There are even newer details, like the brake
booster and Champion aluminum radiator for a true cruiser attitude.
That's part of the solid cruising package. Plus, the three-speed
automatic transmission, power steering, power brakes, and front
discs make the drive easy.
The sale comes complete with some nice paperwork, like the original
warranty card, PHS docs, a reproduction window sticker, restoration
photos, and maintenance records. So while this has the look to be a
great place to start your GTO tribute, you can also see that this
one is already quite a well-respected classic. That's why this one
is an all-around irresistible hardtop. Call today!!!
1971 Pontiac Lemans
Exterior Color:Adriatic Blue
Interior Color:Dark Blue
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