• Stock:

    3304-CHA

  • Engine Size:

    326 V8

  • Transmission Type:

    3 Speed Manual

  • Body Color:

    Montego Cream

  • Interior Color:

    Gold

  • Miles:

    9,787 (Unknown)

  • Location:

    Charlotte, North Carolina

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QUALITY FRAME OFF, 326 V8 DYNO TO 294HP, AUTO, PWR STEER, $35K+ IN RECEIPTS, A+

Here's ones for those who like to look a bit different in their muscle cars. When you park next to another Pontiac at car shows, everybody will start to see how elegantly different this 1967 Pontiac LeMans coupe is. But the real kicker is thanks to a meticulous restoration, the V8 is just as powerful as a GTO too!

Stacked headlights, the pointed hood, and those flying buttress C-pillars make this LeMans look like a much more expensive car. In fact, it's no surprise this one continues to have a premium image because there has been a lot invested in keeping it looking so fresh. The factory-correct Montego Cream paint that's been re-applied with a very professional hand (it looks so good, you get it on the Rally II wheels, too!) All the details are right, including the painted gold pinstripe, stylized chrome bumpers, bright accent louvers behind the door, and even the LeMans badging to remind others that this great looking coupe is, in fact, a luxury Pontiac. If you're a real fan of rarity, then when people ask you to tell them about your amazing looking coupe, you should also mention that only 1 out of 10 Tempist LeMans cars were this pillared coupe. So if you want something more scarce, and this affordable, you'd probably have to find the wagon version! This straight Pontiac is as nice underneath as it is on top too. Evidence of a very high quality restoration.

It's hard not to make comparisons to the GTO when you step inside. Much of it looks the same, but where the muscle car always has a bit of a dark attitude, the luxury LeMans feels more classy and cheerful. It starts with the cool gold interior that coordinates nicely with the exterior pinstripe. The real key to looking fresh here was a meticulous restoration of this very 60s color that make the seats, door panels, and dash pad look like a treasure. The exterior cream color is used for accents, which makes everything cheery, and at the same time, this earth tone coordinates nicely with the wood paneling on the dash and three-spoke steering wheel. While there was special attention bringing it back to look as fresh as it did in '67, they also did not skip the right upgrades. Everyone will like the modern AM/FM/CD stereo in a secluded mounting under the glovebox. But you'll be the one who enjoys the new features the most at the wheel, because there's a full set of auxiliary gauges and a Hurst T-bar shift handle. These features also tell you there's probably something special under the hood.

People are already going to mistake this LeMans for a GTO, so why not make sure you can teach the Goats a lesson on the streets? Everything in the engine bay looks pristine and new, because it is. This one has a code-correct, 326 cubic-inch V8 that has barely been broken in since its complete rebuild. But more than just looking great, this has the power to be a real force. Jack Boyd Motorworks added goodies like a .030 bore kit, four-barrel carburetor, and custom oil breathers. This full package has been dyno'd at 294 hp, which in net horsepower ratings means this one should show GTOs its taillights. But this package is more than just power. The factory-correct three-speed manual has stout gears to handle what this motor is cranking out, and the same goes for the 10-bolt rear end with factory 3.23 ratio.

Are you starting to understand how special this one is? Most people have cloned these cars into GTOs, and instead this one had big investments in keeping it factory correct – there's even the restoration photos, restoration receipts, reproduction window sticker, and Pontiac Heritage Service (PHS) documentation to back all of this up. You may never again find a classic that so perfectly mixes of luxury, uniqueness, quality, and speed for the money. Call now!!

Features

Build Receipts , Defrost, AM/FM Radio, CD Player, Heat, Vinyl Interior, Power Steering, Seatbelts

Documentation

PHS Documentation, Reproduction Window Sticker, Restoration Photos

Drivetrain

Engine Type
Gasoline
Engine Size
326 V8
Transmission Type
3 Speed Manual
Fuel Specification
Gasoline
Rear End
10 Bolt 3.23 Posi

Body

Body Or Basic Color
Montego Cream
Body Style
Coupe
Doors
2

Basic

Year
1967
Make
Pontiac
Model
Le Mans
Miles
9,787 (Unknown)

Interior

Interior Or Basic Color
Gold
Seating Type
Split Bench
Seat Material
Vinyl
Shifter Type
Floor
Center Console
No

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