The Luxury LeMans Series included a unique front end with a grille that featured twin cavities divided by horizontal blades. This is an interesting story of the owner's modifications to the T-37. Buyer is responsible for shipping or local pickup. This car is sold for parts. When I got it the original 350 had been pulled and a rebuild 71 gto 455ho motor had been installed. From 1978 to 1980, Pontiac's mid-sized lineup included the base Le Mans, Grand Le Mans, and a revived Grand Am; all available as a Coupe, Sedan, or Wagon.
Super solid floor boards, trunk, frame and body. The buyer is reasonable for transporting fees. Turbo Hydra-matic was the only transmission offered in California. Those drivetrain offerings were available in 49 states. The was changed from a separate series back to an option package on Le Mans and Le Mans Sport coupes.
This would last for just one year. All 1971 engines were detuned with lower compression ratios to run on lower-octane regular leaded, low-lead or unleaded gasoline. The 455 V8 was discontinued for all LeMans models for 1975, but still available in the Grand Am. Mercury was more wiser to revive the Comet name in 1971 after a year off for their Maverick version. This is just a real cool unique car, with perhaps one of the best engines Pontiac ever produced.
The Le Mans Sport was available as a two-door hardtop or convertible featuring Strato bucket seats and plush interior fittings from the Luxury Le Mans. There was also no pillarless body style available in either the Tempest and LeMans versions. The bumpers shine nice, like new, but are original. The car starts, runs, and drives excellent. The original 1961 Pontiac Tempest was covered with the fingerprints of all three of these successive and successful Pontiac execs.
A tepid 400 two-barrel was a step up, but a 330-horse 400 was available for people who wanted to hunt Road Runners. T-37 is just a label that I remember. Please do not bid if you do not have the funds on hand. The most popular was the 2-door hardtop which saw 80,383 units produced. In 1969 the engine came as 265 hp 2bbl and 330 hp 4bbl. The same assortment of three- and four-speed manual transmissions were carried over for 1974 along with the three-speed Turbo Hydra-matic. No, but it certainly was a bonehead move, at least a small one.
I thought it died off in 1965. The drive train is in the car. The interior of this car is outstanding, no cracks in the dash or steering wheel, seats, carpet, headliner are perfect. The front suspension is all redone and detailed, ball joints, bushings, shocks etc. The end of the muscle car era was coming to the end, thanks to low compression engines coming out in anticipation of going to unleaded gas, but especially for the insurance industry going out of their way to legislate these cars out of business simply by making the premiums to insure them prohibitive. The Can Am came standard with the 400 four-barrel V8 in 49 states or the Olds 403 four-barrel in California, along with Turbo Hydra-matic transmission, a Grand Prix instrument panel and console, along with Strato bucket seats, and rear spoiler.
Essentially the low end Chevelle 2 door hardtop with tape stripes. I purchased the car from an auction and it has a signed clear title from the previous owner. Some of the options are: Original 400 6. Ash tray and lighter never used. The clean Pontiac started out as an '72 Lemans Post coupe with 350 engine, approximately 15 years ago the car was bought in California, still has all original body panels and some paint touch up, overall survivor appearance. 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. Less the 1500 were sold.
Boxed lower control arms and rear sway bar. Shortly after the start of the 1964 model year, the LeMans became available with a new designated as the , or 'Gran Turismo Omologato'. The front end except for the passenger fender is in descent shape. The 455 is a 1970 4 bolt main block bored. The clean Pontiac started out as an '72 Lemans Post coupe with 350 engine, approximately 15 years ago the car was bought in California, still has all original body panels and some paint touch up, overall survivor appearance. Often illustrated with nothing but line drawings, these mags would hit the highlights of everything that we would need to know to be informed about the new cars that would soon be flooding our neighborhoods.
This is a turn key car. The LeMans Sport included special 'Sport' signature scripts, custom door and rear quarter trim, special front fender nameplate, and bucket seats. Tempest may not have been the greatest model name in 1971, but at least everyone knew what it was and where it stood in the lineup. That engine was essentially half of a Pontiac 301 V8. As the progenitor of the then-current performance car scene, Pontiac took over two model years to respond to the Road Runner. Real clean low mile survivor.
Looks to be a 350 with 2 barrel in there. I confess that I never had a grasp of what or why. The car is for sale locally so I reserve the right to end the auction early. Ventipanes were available on all models except the hardtop. Showcasing much more luxurious trimmings and a sportier design than the Tempest, the LeMans stayed in place as.