Exceptionally well preserved, this 1970 Pontiac Le Mans is exactly
the kind of classic for someone looking to reconnect with a past
era. Only restored and updated in the essential areas (like the
professional repaint or hidden modern stereo,) this is an
exceptional, affordable time machine.
Triple black is for muscle cars, but triple yellow is reserved for coupes like this that represent vintage grand touring in the '70s. You might have not thought of a presentation like this before, but this Le Mans certainly proves its appeal. Pontiacs of this era have something special about them. The GTOs that were based off this design are cars of legend today. And while we cherished the Endura front end of those back in the day, the chrome of the Le Mans seems to make a bolder statement today. It's like a shiny beak of a bird that's ready to take fight. It matches nicely with the other bright elements like the form-fitting rear bumper, complete window trim, and the iconic Rally II wheels. But the real desire on this car is inspired by its sunny shade of yellow. Professionally repainted its factory-correct Sierra Yellow, it's a classic that just wants you to smile back at it. Plus, the nicely coordinated vinyl roof gives this a premium touch that makes the Le Mans look like you rescued it from at 45-year slumber.
Open the door to see the pristine tan/beige/yellow vinyl interior that completes the interesting triple yellow package (i.e. the sunny colors of the exterior paint, vinyl roof, and interior.) You paid a little bit more for a Pontiac back in the day, and the premium difference can be felt the moment you sit down in the bucket seats. Plus, the wood paneling on the center console and dash add to the first-class atmosphere. This car feels highly original, and exceptionally well preserved in the interior, so we wouldn't be surprised if the low 51,755 miles on the odometer were actual. The tan two-spoke steering wheel has the unmistakable soft center that GM enthusiasts will instantly remember the moment you take control. You gaze over an amazing dash that has all the right factory pieces, such as the round gauges and heat/defrost controls with provisions for factory air conditioning. But even with this exceptionally well-presented interior, there is room for a modern upgrade. So while the AM radio looks great in its correct position, the real tunes come from a more modern AM/FM/CD unit in the glovebox.
When you lift the hood, you immediately recognize the blue block of the Pontiac 350 cubic-inch V8 radiating out of the engine bay. You'll love lifting the hood at car shows and showing off the very correct presentation that even includes the right stickers on the air cleaner. In fact, we wouldn't be surprised if this Pontiac still has its original powerplant. There is a nice hint of rumble from the updated dual exhaust, but this Le Mans never betrays its comfortable cruiser heart. The three-speed automatic transmission, power steering, and power brakes all make for a very pleasing anytime classic.
Complete with factory buildsheet and owner's manual, this is a true classic that is original where you want it, and has already had investments in all the right places. So at this price, you know you need to be quick to take this beauty home. Call today!!