Extremely clean restored Hardtop (no post) burgundy metallic

Price: US $24,500.00 Item location: Lancaster, California, United States
  • Make: Pontiac
  • Model: Le Mans
  • Type: Coupe
  • Trim: Hardtop Coupe
  • Year: 1965
  • Mileage: 69,237
  • VIN: 237375Z131599
  • Color: Burgundy
  • Engine size: 326 V8
  • Number of cylinders: 8
  • Fuel: Gasoline
  • Transmission: Automatic
  • Drive type: Powerglide Automatic
  • Interior color: Black nylon fabric buckets with console
  • Options: CD Player
  • Vehicle Title: Clear
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Description:

1965 Pontiac Le Mans

This pampered 3 owner 1965 Pontiac LeMans has spent it's entire life in the same Southern
California neighborhood. Purchased new at Martin Pontiac in Lancaster, Ca. in Dec 1965 as a
Christmas gift. It remains rust free in the High Desert 60 miles North of L.A. All work on
car was done Locally in Lancaster, Ca. The original owner lived on 35th St West in
Lancaster, the car moved to 25th St West in 1982 and to 32nd St West in 2012. I have all
reg and receipts going back to 1982. It has the original black Ca license plates. I spent
way too much restoring the car. It was a labor of love as it is the same model and color I
had in high school in 1972. Numbers matching 2 dr hardtop car w/ bucket seats & console
Engine rebuilt to .60 over by Manuel Avila at Division Engine Rebuilders, Lancaster, Ca.
Pontaic performance intake & new Quadrajet by Ted Grainger at Teds Carburetor Lancaster,
Ca. Custom paint by Ruben Aguilar (show winner 1st place) Westside Custom Paint Lancaster,
Ca.. Interior by Santos Villareal at Santos Custom Upholstery Lancaster, Ca. Bumpers
re-chromed at Superior Metal Palmdale, Ca. Transmission and rear end rebuilt by Gary Horner
at Garys Transmission Lancaster, Ca. Reassembly & finish work by Michael Owens, Master
Mechanic, Lancaster, Ca.. Radiator and fuel tank by Tom Tona at Radiator King, Lancaster,
Ca. Dual glasspack stainless exhaust by Richard D. at D&D Mufflers Lancaster, Ca. Tires and wheels from Angel
Aguilar at Tonys Tires Lancaster, Ca. Wheels are Rally II 15" from 1967 (I don't like the
factory rally I's) I also have a spare set of 14" rally II's, I will throw in and 2 factory
2 BBL manifolds w/ carbs. This car is solid and ready to drive. I invested over $29,500 and
loved every minute. My wife is in the hospital, I have to part with the car. My cars name
is Lisa Marie, please don't turn her into a phony GTO. All replacement parts were ordered
from Ames Performance Engineering, Sufford, N.H. I spent a little over $4,000 in parts from
them. They are pricey but they have great customer service. Car is numbers matching. Body
rubber molding (trunk, hood, windows, etc) are new. Hood insulation is new. Car has power
steering, power brakes, heater and non-factory AM/FM C/D. New Gabriel Air shocks in rear
and KYB's shocks in front. There is a big speaker box in trunk, I did not want to cut holes in the
package tray or door panels.