There aren't many LeMans out there quite like this one! For
Pontiac, the LeMans was the "midsize' offering from 1961 to 1981.
For 1966, Pontiac restyled the LeMans to have "tunnel back" (more
streamlined) rooflines on two-door hardtop and pillared coupes, of
which this specific '66 is an example. This sweet '66 is presented
with a older "Montero Red" paintjob spread out over an incredibly
straight body. The original "Parchment White" interior is in
fantastic shape for its age, making this car a real comfortable one
to ride in. The wood-grain trim adorning the dashboard and the
center console is in great shape as well. This fantastic LeMans is
powered by its 326 C.I. V8 paired to a 2-barrel carburetor making
upwards of 250hp. Power is supplied to the rear wheels through a
2-speed "Power glide" automatic transmission, delivering an
extremely smooth and linear ride. This stylish '66 comes with a
plethora of options, including power steering, power brakes, an
updated AM/FM radio, a working heater with blower fan, wipers,
remote mirrors, a power antenna, ventilated windows, and a clock.
The car rides on a set of BF Goodrich RWL tires fitted to some
steel rally wheels that are in good shape. If you are looking for a
nearly original cruiser, then this stunning '66 LeMans may just be
the ride you're looking for!
1966 Pontiac Lemans
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