Pontiac LeMans '1967

Price:
$29,900
Location: USA / Ohio / Macedonia
Technical data:
  • VIN:
  • S37677P281377
  • YOR:
  • 1967
  • Mileage:
  • 83800 miles
  • Gearbox:
  • Automatic
  • Fuel:
  • Petrol
  • Body Style:
  • Convertible
  • Int Color:
  • Black
  • Ext Color:
  • Other
  • Condition:
  • used
Public Info:
  • Vehicle ID:
  • 4863
  • Published:
  • October 13, 2022
  • Updated:
  • October 13, 2022
  • Views:
  • 17

Additional Info

1967 Pontiac Le Mans for sale. 1967 Pontiac Lemans 83712 Miles Madeira Maroon Convertible 400 cubic inch V8 Au. VIN S37677P281377. This madeira maroon Pontiac Le Mans is located in Macedonia, Ohio. The car price is $29900. Call 440-565-5335

Vehicle Original VIN : S37677P281377 Driver-grade Lemans convertible in very good condition. Later 400 cubic inch V8, automatic transmission and power steering and brakes make it an easy cruiser. Buckets and a console are a nice find. Custom 17-inch wheels. GTO looks for half the price! The remarkable thing about this Lemans ragtop is that it hasn’t been converted into yet another fake GTO. Instead, it proudly wears its Lemans badges and prefers to let the stout 400 cubic inch V8 under the hood do all the talking. The subtle color combination works rather well, with handsome Madeira Maroon paint that was applied perhaps 20 years ago. There’s a nice shine that could probably be pulled up a notch with a professional cut and buff, but even as it sits, it’s the kind of car that gets a lot of attention out on the road. Pontiac’s styling was a home-run in 1967, featuring stacked headlights, gracefully curved quarter panels, and neat details like the “gills” just behind the doors, and the only real way to tell the difference between a Lemans and a GTO are things like the grilles, badges and taillights—most folks will never notice. Panel fit is quite good and we don’t believe the car has any replacement panels, so it feels more substantial than a car that’s been cut apart and reassembled. You’ll note the car is still wearing ‘326’ emblems on the front fenders, but we’ll get to that in a moment. The black vinyl interior remains in fantastic condition. The seats are so nice we have to believe they are reproduction seat covers, but they’re much better quality than a lot of the stuff you see today. Most everything else is original equipment save for the steering wheel, which has been replaced by a slightly smaller and fatter aftermarket unit. Factory gauges cover only the basics, so a set of aftermarket oil pressure and temperature dials were added under the deash and at some point, an AM/FM/cassette head unit was installed in the dash. Factory woodgraining warms up the black interior and there are some heavy-duty floor mats to protect the carpets. The power convertible top works well and latches easily.

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