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1968 Pontiac Lemans
By GregSimonis, 12/28/2017
  • Make Pontiac
  • Model Lemans
  • Color Red
  • Price 19500
  • Year 1968
  • Odometer 154000
  • Odometer Unit --
  • Description 1968 Pontiac LeMans Convertible
    VIN 237678P116599


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    - Putting away winter 2016 https://youtu.be/iJoUkxjf0sU

    - Sound of exhaust with motor running https://youtu.be/e2GOhC3yUbA

    - Walk around outside https://youtu.be/MDgUCoTnFT0

    - Motor running https://youtu.be/Q3K4witlklQ

    - Cruising the backroads https://youtu.be/70NNq4SvmHE

    -Red exterior
    -black interior - modern leather front seats, original vinyl rear seat
    -black power top with glass rear window
    -159k on the body
    -Solid frame and floorboards
    -500 miles on professionally rebuilt period correct non-numbers matching motor, 400, 4 bbl 625 cfm Carter AFB
    -MSD electronic ignition
    -Non-numbers matching Turbo 400 automatic with floor shifter (converted from a column shifter)
    -Hedman Headers
    -Rebuilt power drum brakes
    -Power steering
    -Modern leather front bucket seats
    -Rear vinyl seat in near perfect condition
    -Body work done 20 years ago
    -Used front fenders from down south, rust free
    -Trunk floor replaced
    -Rocker panels replaced
    -New rear quarters
    -Rear bumper re-chromed,
    -Front bumper de-chromed and painted body color
    -69 GTO hood
    -Aftermarket rear wing
    -Front suspension rebuilt
    -All new shocks, springs, and bushings (front and rear),
    -New engine wiring harness
    -Tires BF Goodrich 235/60/14 on late 60s/early 70s Oldsmobile rims
    -Motor details:
    -Cylinder heads completely rebuilt
    -Block bored 0.40 over
    -Crank smoothed
    -Upgraded cam
    -Professionally cleaned and painted

    -8" scratch in clear coat on passenger front fender
    -Lower rear corner of passenger door starting to bubble
    -Dent in front valance, driver side
    -Chrome on passenger front quarter window has mild pitting
    -Weatherstripping for both front quarter windows needs to be replaced
    -Chrome strip with weatherstripping on passenger side rear window needs to be replaced
    -top of the Rear seat has a 4 inch section of a seam that needs to be re-stitched
    -Dash needs to be recovered
    -Steering column
    -Shift indicator needs to be ground down
    -Shift indicator location on steering column needs a piece of metal 2 be welded in to seal up the hole where it used 2 be
    -Clock doesn't work
    -speedometer works yet does not read correctly over 30 mph. The faster you go the more it is off
    -Reverse lights, interior lights, & top operate off manual switches under the dash
    -Small transmission fluid leak
    -Radio works sporadically

    8,820 of these made, less than 4000 of them survived. Own a piece of history and have some fun.
    $19500 or Trade
    Greg 608.698.8733

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