Additional pictures are posted on I-95 Muscle's direct website.
The 24 Hours of Le Mans (Or as they say in French: 24 Heures du
Mans) is an endurance-focused sports car race held annually near
the town of Le Mans, France. It is the world's oldest active
endurance racing event, the first of which took place in May of
1923. Unlike fixed-distance races whose winner is determined by
minimum time, the 24 Hours of Le Mans is won by the car that covers
the greatest distance in 24 hours. Racing teams must balance the
demands of speed with the cars' ability to run for 24 hours without
mechanical failure. The race is held in June, leading to very hot
conditions for drivers, particularly in closed vehicles with poor
ventilation; rain is commonly seen. The race begins in
mid-afternoon and finishes the following day at the same hour the
race started the previous day (because it takes exactly 24
hours...) On the contrary to all of this information, the only two
things this Le Mans shares with the race is it's name... The Le
Man's never ran at the world renown facility and never actually had
any development at the circuit. This Le Mans (not the race, back to
the car) has a 326Ci V8 and is mated to an automatic transmission.
The black leather interior is super clean and about the only thing
that would last for 24 straight hours flat out (my car wouldn't
make it either...) The body is super clean with minimal to no dings
or dents because it never had to slap doors with a Ferrari or the
GT-40's of the era. Financing is available through Collector Car
Lending and trades are welcome.
1965 Pontiac Lemans
Location:Hope Mills, North Carolina
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