The 1967 Pontiac Le Mans is a classic example of American muscle, representing a year when the Le Mans started to blur the lines with the iconic GTO, especially with the introduction of the 400 V8 engine. This particular model, with its striking burgundy finish, houses a 400 V8 engine, not originally part of the Le Mans but a nod to the era's performance enhancements. This Le Mans is a blend of classic design and muscle car power. The exterior's burgundy paint is complemented by a clean and classic black interior, featuring bucket seats and a floor shifter. It's equipped with a 3-speed automatic TH400 transmission, ensuring a smooth and responsive driving experience.
The car's chassis is supported by an independent front suspension and a solid axle with factory trailing arms, springs, and shock at the rear. It rides on 15"" wheels with 235/60R15 tires at the front and 235/70R15 at the rear, providing a balanced and stable ride. The power disc brakes at the front and power drum brakes at the rear ensure reliable stopping power.
400 V8 Engine
3-Speed Automatic TH400 Transmission
Burgundy Exterior with Full Repaint
Black Vinyl Bucket Seats
Independent Front Suspension
15"" Wheels with 235/60R15 Front and 235/70R15 Rear Tires
Power Disc Front and Power Drum Rear Brakes
Dual FlowMaster Exhaust System
AM/FM/AUX Stereo with Bluetooth Retro Style
The 1967 Pontiac Le Mans is a remarkable piece of muscle car heritage. This model is a dream for those who cherish the raw power and distinct style of the 1960s, enhanced with contemporary touches. Reach out to us now for a chance to personally witness this iconic piece of Pontiac's legacy.