The Le Mans name first appeared in 1961 on GM's new compact Y-body
platform as a upscale trim package. By 1969, the name had been
plastered on Pontiac's formidable mid-size sedans, coupes,
convertibles and wagons. Available with GM's durable 350cid V8, the
engine produced a solid 265hp in 2bbl trim.
Just in time for summer drop top cruising-this 68 is up for
worldwide consideration. The 1968 example here is finished in Red
with a power top and a black vinyl interior. The car rides on
American Racing wheels that accent the car well. Other highlights
include tachometer on the hood, jack, car cover, Edlbrock
carburetor and intake. The 400 V8 fires right up and the 4 speed
manual transmission shifts smoothly.
The Pontiac LeMans /l?'m??nz/ is a model name that was applied to
subcompact- and intermediate-sized automobiles marketed by Pontiac
from 1961 to 1981 (1983 in Canada) model years. Originally a trim
upgrade based on the Tempest, it became a separate model. In 1964
the Tempest was available with an optional GTO package that later
became a separate model, the Pontiac GTO, muscle car. 1970
introduced the GT-37 package. Manufactured in five generations in
the 1960s and 1970s, it was replaced by the downsized Pontiac
Bonneville for the 1982 model year.
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1968 Pontiac Lemans
Stock Number:P5243 R
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