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1966 LeMans 
posted 11.25.2006

“This is my 1966 LeMans. Built the fourth week of May 1966 in the Pontiac Michigan plant. Paint is the original color repainted Palmetto Metallic Green. Original 326 block with a Holley 650 cfm Carb, Edelbrock air cleaner and Moroso valve covers. Engine was rebuilt - anodized copper colored roller rockers and a Comp Cam. 10 bolt 4.11 rear end. Stainless headers and exhaust to the mufflers. TH400 3-speed automatic transmission with center console B&M shifter. American Racing Torq-Thrust II 2-piece alloy, polished wheels with gas shocks. Aluminum Howe Racing Radiator with aluminum shroud and stainless steel recovery tank.”

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66 LeMans Sport Coupe 
Posted 02.17.2004
1966 LeMans Sport Coupe
“Runs like a dream” is how Greg in Idaho
describes his 30,000 mile LeMans

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67 LeMans Sprint convertible 
Posted 02.25.2007
“1967 Lemans Sprint Convertible, all original with 20,700 miles
never restored!!”
Click to Contact Clay in Tennessee

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