Make Offer Price Reduced on this Very Rare on this 1972 Pontiac Lemans D37, this car has been garage kept every night of it's life as far as I know. It is all Original, and in excellent condition. This car has the original 350 motor with the 2 bbl carburetor with 50,000 miles. It has have the exhaust replaced, the radiator rebuilt, new master cylinder, brakes completely went thru, new hoses, belts. I also have attached an appraisal I had done, and it was appraised for $38,950.
You ask what makes this so rare, this model was one of few thousand that was scheduled for convertible top, and was pulled off the assembly line to put hard top. I have had several people say this is the nicest car in the United States in this original condition. This is also NOT a GTO or a JUDGE, or even a Sport. But still has the double hood scoop. I have looked and looked to find others like it and can not. I have been asking $29,500 for this car but have just reduced it to $24,500. Yes I would consider a lower offer, I am trying to payoff my wife auto so whatever the payoff is at time of the offer is what I would accept.
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