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Is my LeMans a bench or bucket?


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big chris, i am super keen on your lemans, i have pm you.:dancingpontiac:

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Chris, I think you are the recipient of someone else's parts car. I think somewhere down the line your Lemans was used as a parts car for a GTO restoration or resto-mod project. They took the bucket seats, console, shifter, and whatever else they needed. They scrounged up a bench seat, column shifter, etc. to make this a running/driving car that they could sell to help fund the other build plus it got rid of another vehicle out of the garage. I'm sorry to say but that happens. 

That doesn't mean your car can't be a bad ass car. It just will take more time and money than you planned.

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So Chris - what is next for you?

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66 GTO sooner or later...

Probably much later then sooner...🤣🤣🤣

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