For 1964, a two-door was added. In North America, three-door and a four-door body styles were offered. Manufactured in five generations in the 1960s and '70s, it was replaced by the downsized for the 1982 model year. There is some rust but the car is definitely restorable. Those drivetrain offerings were available in 49 states. The paint has a deep rich shine and they did a good job in the jams and inside the trunk. The name first appeared in 1961 — for the 1962 model year — as the upscale hardtop in the midsize Y-body Tempest series.
A sporty-performance model based on the Le Mans Sport Coupe called the was a one-year only offering for 1977. This would last for just one year. Base Le Mans and Sport Coupe models carried over trim only slightly revised from 1974 including a revised Custom Cushioned steering wheel. Wagon 9 2887 Trans Am 5257 2 dr. The top on this LeMans is in like new condition and is Power.
For 1972, all Pontiac intermediates were now Le Mans models and the low-priced T-37 line was replaced by a base Le Mans pillared coupe. Factory tan bucket seats and console look nice. In California, Pontiac V8s were not offered for 1977 due to the inability to meet that state's more stringent regulations. It's all done in Blue with the wood wheel and wood grain on the dash and console. Le Mans and Grand Le Mans Safari wagons came standard with a 400 four-barrel engine that was optional on other models.
Everything is covered in the Lucerne Blue that is accented by the Tan Top and Pinstripe down the sides. If you have an old car you love, we want to hear about it. Ready for your cruises and shows. Do you have a classic you're looking to get rid of? A Le Mans driven by Cale Yarborough won the 1983 , and one driven by Tim Richmond at the 1983. Beginning in 1987, the Bonneville nameplate was moved to a slightly larger front-wheel-drive sedan that shared its with the and ; by 1992, the -based Grand Prix had evolved from its origins to become Pontiac's sole midsize offering. Optional V8s were pared down to Pontiac-built 350 and 400 four-barrel powerplants.
A limited production run of 400ci engines was made, but were only available in 1978 and 1979 Trans Ams equipped with the four-speed manual transmission. This engine, as well as the early Tempest with the transaxle in the rear, were ideas of Pontiac's Chief Engineer who became Pontiac's general manager at the end of the 1965 model year. The three-speed manual transmission was standard with the Chevy six with Turbo Hydra-matic optional, the latter now the only transmission offered with all V8s except the small 260 which could be ordered with a five-speed manual in the Le Mans Sport Coupe. This Pontiac comes with the dual sport mirrors. For 1970, Pontiac reshuffled its intermediate lineup with the Le Mans nameplate downgraded to the mid-line sub-series previously known as the Tempest Custom and included two- and four-door pillared sedans, while the previous top Le Mans series was renamed the Le Mans Sport in the same three body styles including a four-door hardtop , two-door hardtop and. We will ship any of our amazing cars direct to you anywhere in the world! Only 2,451 of the four-door hardtops and 3,865 of the convertibles left Pontiac assembly lines. Overall the car is decent.
The LeMans returned to its role of Tempest trim upgrade, which included carpeted lower door panels, deluxe steering wheels, courtesy lighting, and full. Speed was king, and Pontiac was often on the top of the hill knocking off all comers. His claim to fame is the paint, and he did an excellent job on the paint. Available at extra cost was the three-speed Turbo Hydra-matic with all engines, while a four-speed manual with shifter was available with the 230-horsepower 400. Hardtop LeMans Sport 6269 4 dr. The Hurst-shifted four-speed manual was no longer offered. If we can help you in any way with questions or a specific picture, you can call our office at 865 988-8088.
A new engine replaced the 326. Turbo Hydra-matic was the only transmission offered in California. Emissions equipment and lowered compression ratios started to take a toll on the engine power of all manufacturers, and insurance companies looking at huge losses incurred by youthful drivers in nearly 400 hp cars started to claw back losses by penalizing those most likely to have accidents with onerous rate increases. Check out our We Buy! At the bottom of the line was the Pontiac T-37, previously known as the Tempest, and now expanded to include two- and four-door sedan along with the original hardtop coupe. The 1971 LeMans Sports came standard with either a 250-cid, 145-hp six-cylinder, or a 350-cid, 250-hp V-8.
I get a lot of compliments on the color. This LeMans has Dual exhaust with Flow Masters. The new engine lineup now consisted of the Buick 3. The bumpers were replaced with new ones along with other trim. Something sitting in the garage collecting dust? As much as it needed work at the time, they came down in price a little bit and it worked out. During this period, Pontiac's intermediate lineup included the base Le Mans, Le Mans Sport Coupe, 1973 only , Luxury Le Mans became the Grand Le Mans in 1975 , the Euro-styled from 1973 to 1975, and the 1977.
Handling capabilities were greatly improved on all models due to new front-suspension components shared with the F-body Pontiac Firebird and Chevrolet Camaro, improved rear-coil suspension and bias-belted tires except Grand Ams, which got radial tires. I got a little of the original paint showing in the engine compartment. Are you looking for that classic machine that you had in your childhood? Pontiac's engines were also downsized, with the standard engine being the Buick 3. Also, it comes with Power Steering and Four Wheel Power Disc Brakes. In addition, many customers still preferred the tried-and-true Colonnade intermediates to the B-bodies and they continued to sell well for their final year, mostly thanks to the coupe models. This one, I can take it out and have fun.