Up for sale is a ONE-OWNER 1967 Pontiac Lemans Convertible
The car was completely restored in the early 2000s
The body is in excellent shape. Very straight, No rust issues, doors shut effortlessly
The paint was nice quality, thus why it still looks as good as it does ( and being garaged kept) , it does have couple light scratches, and maybe a ding or two , but overall presents very well. It is still taken to shows.
The interior is in great shape, and was done by the original owners wife. Seats are very nicely done with thte two tone black vinyl and black velour, but still retaining the factory pattern.
The convertible top is nice and works just as it should. Also lines up nicely, so no struggling to get it to close.
The Engine is the original Pontiac 326 thats been rebuilt, paired with an automatic th350 trans.
Does have an aftermarket B&M shifter , small tach , and a custom stereo system that can be removed
The Cragar wheels and tires are like new
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