All vehicle trades considered including classics and performance. We can assist with financing and shipping as needed. This 1967 Pontiac LeMans convertible is the restomod that so many others strive to be. A paint and body technician will appreciate its solid Texas body with show quality paint, GTO looks, and a custom interior. A mechanic will be wowed by the late model direct injection 6.2L LT1, 8-speed automatic transmission, QA1 suspension, and 4-wheel disc brakes. But it doesn’t take a specialist to get behind the wheel and appreciate how this 1960’s product has been transformed into an amazing modern vehicle. There is so much to present here; be sure to read the entire ad! This LeMans has a stunning look thanks to its high quality 3-stage Mussel Blue paint and accenting pinstripes. It also underwent something of a GTO conversion with a scooped hood, GTO-style tail panel, and removal of the quarter panel scallops. The car was also debadged to keep people guessing. There are so many new parts as well; bumpers, lenses, trim, bezels, and mores. The black power top was redone with high quality Haartz Stayfast material. Along with the perfect stance, this car also benefits from the US Mags 10-spoke wheels with Michelin Pilot Sport 255/40ZR18 tires all around. The battery has been relocated to the trunk which also houses a compact 18” spare. While the cosmetics make for a very impressive car, the story gets better when you open the hood and find a modern 6.2L LT1. Donated from a 3,000 mile Camaro that suffered an interior fire, this all-aluminum engine was factory rated at 455 hp and 455 ft-lbs of torque. As if that weren’t enough, it was further “enhanced” by Pat G Tuning of Victoria, TX. Additional conversion items include a shapely Moroso oil pan, Drive Junky accessory drive, Mightymouse catch can, and Muscle Rods long tube stainless headers and engine mounts. Note too the custom fuel rail covers with GTO insignias. The electronics use a wire harness and BIM from Speartech. Cooling comes from an Entropy LT1 swap aluminum radiator with dual fans, and fuel is delivered from a Rick’s Tanks fuel injection tank with a ZL1 fuel pump and PWM controller. The remarkable engine arrangement is followed by a matching 8L90-E 8-speed automatic transmission with a Speartech shifter module. With a 4.56 first gear and two overdrive ratios, this transmission offers great overall performance and keeps the engine within the sweet spot of the rpm band. The electronics also provide precision rev matching during downshifts. Power is transmitted through a Driveshaft Shop custom driveshaft into the rebuilt rear end housing an Eaton differential with a 3.42 gearset. The mechanical upgrades don’t stop there! The QA1 Stage 2 suspension uses adjustable coilovers at each corner. It also has tubular front control arms with adjustable uppers, while the rear gets boxed trailing arms. There are also QA1 sway bars front and rear. The power 4-wheel disc brakes use a hydroboost setup, and the quick ratio steering is power assisted as well. It all performs like a new car and sounds fantastic through the Magnaflow 3” stainless exhaust. The GTO-badged interior is loaded with new items starting with the TMI front buckets and custom matching rear seat. The factory center console wears a carbon fiber skin as does the dashboard. It adds a sleek modern look while maintaining the classic styling. The MOMO California leather wrapped steering wheel looks right at home on the tilt column. All gauges are from Dakota Digital and work perfectly. The sporty Hurst shifter feels great and offers selectable tap shifting with the previously mentioned rev matching. The sound system includes an in-dash unit with Bluetooth and an amplifier under the passenger seat. Dynamat was also installed for a more civilized experience. And of course this car would not be complete without a Vintage Air HVAC system. It used to be that an LS1 engine with a 4L60 transmission was quite a modern upgrade. Not any more. This LeMans brings the best of modern, proven technology. What’s more, this is not just a collection of neat equipment that looks good on paper. We are talking about a real car that has been fully sorted with 15,000 miles since completion. It has seen the Hot Rod Power Tour, Cruising The Coast, and real driving in the Texas heat. With all this performance and utility combined with the show car appearance and refinement, I don’t think you’ll find many builds that stand up to this one.

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Location: Manitowoc, Wisconsin, United States