1963 Pontiac Lemans Convertible, 326 Cubic Inch V8, 3 Speed Manual
Transmission Floor Shifter only available with the top of the line
hi performance Carter AFB carburetor, Correct Pontiac blue engine
paint. Cast iron exhaust manifold. Snorkel air cleaner. rebuilt
power steering pump. four-barrel intake & dual exhaust. A camshaft
featuring 269/277 degrees advertised duration and .374/.406 lift
was used for all 326s. Very nice Grenadier Red V code paint. Very
stylish mock vent behind front wheels. great lines and gaps. one
piece nose with split grills and dual side by side headlights.
Beautiful high gloss chrome front and rear bumpers. Twin hood like
ornaments sit atop each fender. A couple minor flaws but presents
very well. Soon to be iconic of Tempest, Lemans and GTO
rectangle-tail lights. Black vinyl interior split bench seat
carpeting, door panels look brand new. Great contrasting white
convertible top in excellent condition with black vinyl parade
boot. Original AM radio. Considered by many to be the onset of the
muscle car era. New for 1963 Y-body Pontiac Tempest and Le Mans
construction which featured a unique torque-tube and flexible
driveshaft, a rear-mounted transaxle and independent rear
suspension. cast-iron dual-plane intake manifold, Delco points
distributor, 8.6:1 compression for the 250-hp two-barrel engine and
10.25:1 for the 260-hp and the 280-hp H.O. (High Output). Drag
racers loved the 61 - 63 cars CE use of lighter weight, shorter
wheelbase, which created maximum traction. Factory steel wheels
painted to match car and hubcaps. Runs, looks and drives great.
1963 Pontiac Lemans
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