Power Steering: Yes Power Brakes: Yes Power Seats: No Power Windows: No Air Conditioning: No Radio: Yes
This Amazing 1967 Pontiac Lemans was beautifully restored with subtle modifications and is a complete driver with great street appeal. Mechanically and cosmetically this car is Awesome and the drive is spectacular. The paint taken down to bare metal and repainted the original Tyrol color. It has a great stance with Torq Thrust II wheels with fresh tires. It comes with a 455 engine from a 1973 Grand Prix; #96 heads from a 1971 400; with a mild performance upgrades including 2.11/1.77 valves, 96cc. Crowler springs and Comp roller tip rocker arms. Crowler 60916 cam; Intake: 278 duration, .455 lift. Exhaust: 289 duration .470 lift. Modified 800 cfm Quadrajet carburetor with #72 jets. #46 primary rods and BF secondary rods and electric choke. Mounted on a 1969 intake (non EGR). HEI distributor and Proform upgrade kit. Edlebrock Performer RPM Intake with Endurance finish. The engine has 600 miles on it since rebuild. The Transmission is a TH350 three-speed with a TransGo shift kit (original was a two-speed); Shiftworks conversion kit, allowing the use of original shifter. Hughes Street Rod 2000-2200 stall torque converter. Be Cool transmission cooler mounted to radiator. Upgraded Suspension/Brakes with Powder-coated tall spindles and custom tubular upper a-arms with polyurethane bushings which corrects the old steering geometry, vastly improving handling and eliminating body roll. Hotchkis 1inch drop coils. Edelbrock Performer IAS shocks. G-Tech anti-sway bars with polyurethane bushings, 1-5/16 inch front and 1inch rear diameter. Edelbrock tubular rear trailing arms, upper and lower. American Racing Torq-Thrust II wheels 16x8, 4-3/4 backspace Falken Ziex 255/50ZR-16 tires. Power brakes with disc front and drum rear.
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Estimated Monthly Payment $366.79* (Based on 20% down over 96 months) *with approved credit
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