Classic Car Facts
350 CID V-8 ... Automatic ... Dual exhaust ... Power steering ... Signet Gold Metallic ... Gold bucket seats ... Center console ...
There is something unmistakable about the styling of the mid-1960s Pontiacs. From their coke bottle silhouette to their “Wide-Track” stance and quad-stacked headlights, their styling is both immediately recognizable and iconic.
This gorgeous V-8 powered 1967 Pontiac LeMans convertible has been refinished in its original color of Signet Gold Metallic. The finish has a beautiful luster that is further enhanced by a tasteful amount of chrome and brightwork. Its black power convertible top is also in excellent condition, and contrasts nicely with its finish. You’ll also appreciate its optional Rally II wheels and Uniroyal raised letter tires, which give the car a nice sporty element.
Sportiness and distinction are not relegated to the exterior of this car, however, as one look inside will attest. Inside this original interior you will find Gold “Morrokide” vinyl bucket seats and an optional wood trimmed center console. Its full array of Summit Racing auxiliary gauges will keep you informed about what’s going on under the hood. You’ll also appreciate its AM/FM stereo with cassette and power convertible top, complete with original gold boot. Its rubber Pontiac floor mats also add a nice touch of authenticity to the interior.
Under the hood you’ll find a SBC 350 CID V-8 mated to an automatic transmission. Fuel is supplied by a four-barrel carburetor, and its dual exhaust will reward you with a satisfying exhaust note. Its optional power steering will help you corner on those twisty two lanes with ease. Best of all, this LeMans runs and drives as well as it looks.
Recent mechanical work performed on this LeMans includes the following:
Enjoyed by its most recent owner for the last fifteen years for summertime drives and cruise-ins, this car has been regularly driven and meticulously maintained, including regular oil changes.
One item of note is that the Super Pro tachometer is not currently hooked up, but can be connected or removed by the next owner if desired. In addition, minor imperfections in the finish and chrome do not detract from the overall appearance of this car.
If a gorgeous mid-1960s Pontiac convertible that is ready to enjoy is what you desire, this 1967 LeMans convertible is the car for you!