Pontiac LeMans

4-Speed Project: 1969 Pontiac LeMans

OK, so calling this 1969 Pontiac LeMans convertible a “project” might be a stretch. It has some attractive facets but it has some unattractive ones too. The seller tells us that he purchased it to use as a parts… more»

Super Survivor: 1969 Pontiac LeMans

Be you a GM lover, hater, or just a whatever, there’s no denying the grand slam that the General pulled off with their ’68-’72 A-body cars (Chevrolet Chevelle, Pontiac Tempest/LeMans, Oldsmobile Cutlass, and Buick Skylark). They sold in enormous… more»

Not Quite A GTO: 1965 Pontiac LeMans

You know, when you look closely, a 1965 Pontiac LeMans, such as this convertible, isn’t much different in appearance than a corresponding GTO. Yeah, the real difference is under the hood but let’s not make a hasty judgment (besides,… more»

No Reserve: 1972 Pontiac LeMans Hardtop

Nope, it’s not a GTO, just a 1972 Pontiac LeMans two-door hardtop, one of about 80K similar cars assembled in the final year of this very popular iteration of Pontiac’s A-body series. It has experienced lots of miles and… more»

Colonnade Carrier: 1977 Pontiac LeMans Safari

GM’s colonnade intermediates (1973-1977) always stir some debate. Many dislike them when compared to the uber-popular 1968-1972 predecessor while others sing their praises – and they did have some, operationally speaking. All four, the Chevrolet Chevelle, Pontiac LeMans, Oldsmobile… more»

Only 10K Miles? 1971 Pontiac LeMans

Finding a non-muscle car version of a muscle car, such as this 1971 Pontiac LeMans, as opposed to a GTO, is always a welcome find in my book. They are often overlooked though some, such as the ’68-’72 Chevrolet… more»

4-Speed Project: 1968 Pontiac LeMans

It’s probably debatable, but this listing is more like 3/4 of a 1968 Pontiac LeMans for sale. There’s no hiding it, the front clip is missing. There are a few other issues with which to contend too. But that… more»

One Owner? Documented 1965 Pontiac LeMans

Most old cars have a story and this 1965 Pontiac LeMans is no different, it’s a sort of Ma & Pa Kettle decide to sell the family hotrod tale. Located in Savannah, Georgia, the seller, Gary, is either the… more»

400 4-Speed! 1974 Pontiac LeMans GT

There’s more going on here than initially appears. Yeah, it looks like a forlorn GM A-body in the form of a ’74 Pontiac LeMans “colonnade” body style. But, it was optioned well, and in a time when the features… more»

GTO Wanna Be? 1967 Pontiac LeMans Drop-Top

Trying to convert a car into something more desirable than how it started life is not unusual. And in the case of Pontiac’s famous GTO, it’s a common pursuit. Today we have a ’67 Pontiac LeMans convertible that started… more»

Turquoise Terrific! 1968 Pontiac LeMans

Here’s a car that takes me back, a ’68 Pontiac LeMans. I have an old friend, that coincidentally I spoke to earlier today, that had one in the late ’70s equipped the same way. The color was very similar… more»

The Pre GTO? 1963 Pontiac LeMans 326

It’s easy to understand how some assume that the Pontiac LeMans (and Tempest) got their start in 1964. Both are closely associated with the famous GTO, a Pontiac nameplate that tends to dominate discussions. But prior to ’64, there… more»

GTO Inspired: 1971 Pontiac LeMans Sport

Times were changing in the early ’70s, the muscle car was still in vogue but insurance premium surcharges were raining on the parade. What to do? How about providing the look without the action? That was the formula at… more»

Homemade Or Engineered? 1970 Wedge Car

Nothing like creativity! You start out with parts from a ’63 Pontiac LeMans, make a few drawings, take a few measurements, wave a wand, and voila, a wedge car. How? Why? Who knows but it’s unique and, according to… more»

Not Quite A GTO: 1968 Pontiac LeMans Convertible

Here we go with round two. Yesterday, I stated, “When it looks like a GTO and has those great lines, but it’s not, it’s probably a Pontiac LeMans, the more civilian version of Pontiac’s go-to muscle car” while examining… more»

Cheap Muscle? 1967 Pontiac LeMans

When it looks like a GTO and has those great lines, but it’s not, it’s probably a Pontiac LeMans, the more “civilian” version of Pontiac’s go-to muscle car. Like the GTO, the LeMans was based on the “A” body… more»