1972 Pontiac LeMans GTO T37 Barn Find Matching Numbers Chevelle Tempest

Price: US $8,499.00 Item location: El Paso, Texas, United States
  • Condition: Used
  • Make: Pontiac
  • Model: Le Mans
  • Trim: Luxury
  • Year: 1972
  • Mileage: 82,020
  • VIN: 2g37r2a180194
  • Engine size: 400 6.6L
  • Drive type: RWD
  • Vehicle Title: Clear
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1972 Pontiac Le Mans

The following are two small videos of the car running and the engine bay.
Vehicle running videoEngine bay video
These are the details:
This is a true southwest barn find, nmolested, riginal inside and out, ew vinyl top, atching numbers, bsolutely no rust, ebuilt engine.
It has all the GTO options offered back in 1972, o it's LeMans Luxury with the soul of a GTO.
Windows roll down, oldings are in place.
Super solid floor boards, runk, rame and body. NO RUST, o bondo or patches have been found on it.The most expensive phase of a project is the body work, his one needs minimum work.
It starts right away, o leaks, uns strong, andling is smooth and very responsive, traight ride in highway, o vibrations at highway speeds, heels And tires are in good condition, ew brakes.
I was planning to restore it to the Luxury spec but it could be also a perfect candidate for a GTO due to all the options included or a pro touring project.
Some of the options are:
Original 400 6.6l Engine numbers matching (See picture with VIN on the engine block)Original 10 bolt differentialBucket seats and center consoleF41 suspension that includes front and rear sway bar with heavy duty front and rear shocks and coil springsPower disc brakesDual exhaustPower steeringTilt steering wheelBuilt-in rubber foot padChrome surrounds on brake and gas pedalDoor pull strapsCarpeted lower door panelsDefrost window
Some history...
In 1971, he Tempest nameplate was retired and Pontiac promoted the Le Mans nameplate to full-series status to identify all of its intermediate models, hich still included the GTO. At the bottom of the line was the Pontiac T-37, reviously known as the Tempest, nd now expanded to include two- and four-door sedan along with the original hardtop coupe. The GT-37 option was available on both the two-door sedan (pillared coupe) or hardtop coupe.
For 1972, ll Pontiac intermediates were now Le Mans models and the low-priced T-37 line was replaced by a base Le Mans pillared coupe. The top-line intermediate was the Luxury Le Mans, vailable in hardtop sedan and coupe models, eaturing plusher interiors than regular Le Mans models. The Le Mans Sport was available as a two-door hardtop or convertible featuring Strato bucket seats and plush interior fittings from the Luxury Le Mans. The GTO was changed from a separate series back to an option package on Le Mans and Le Mans Sport coupes. Replacing the previous GT-37 option package for 1972 was the new "Le Mans GT" option, vailable on Le Mans pillared and hardtop coupes with any V8 ranging from the 350 two-barrel to the 455 HO four-barrel, nd also included the same appearance and handling items carried over from the GT-37.
The Luxury LeMans Series included a unique front end with a grille that featured twin cavities divided by horizontal blades. They had full-length bodyside moldings, ender skirts, nd roof pillar letter badges. Standard equipment included all the items found on the base LeMans plus all-Morrokide bucket seats. Morrokide or cloth and Morrokide upholstery was for the upholstery, here were carpeted lower door panels, ustom cushion steering wheel, oor assist straps in the front, rmrest accents, stray and glove box lamps, nd pedal trim plates.
Vehicle is being sold as is, here is, o warranties expressed or implied, reserve the right to end the auction early since is being listed for sell locally also, sk all your questions, id with confidence, hanks for looking.