Blue 1969 Lemans with white convertible top. 350 5.7L V8 engine. Disc brakes have been installed in the front end to make the car stop a lot better than drums and the convertible top has been replaced in the last year. ~79,000 original miles on engine and body. Original Factory 3 Speed Manual was upgraded to a 4-Speed Manual, Engine and Body have matching numbers. Edelbrock Carb and Aftermarket Exhaust, Engine runs and sounds great. Aftermarket Sony CD/Radio are currently in the dash, I do however have a brand new RetroSound radio that can be thrown in with the car; it is a digital radio system that can interface with new electronics and looks like the factory radio would have in the dash. I bought it for a winter project this year before I decided to sell. If there are any questions feel free to ask.
Adding a video of the exhaust sound with the engine running, link should be near the bottom of the page.
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