This classic droptop is going to get you excited. After all, when was the last time you saw a 400ci 1971 Pontiac Le Mans convertible in great colors, great features, and an exceptionally affordable price?
Does a big red convertible get your heart racing as much as it does ours? Good gloss and shine on this droptop makes you wish every day was Sunday, but there's much more to going on here than its factory-correct Cardinal Red. Pontiacs of this era have something special about them. The GTOs that were based off this design are cars of legend today. And while we cherished the Endura front end of those back in the day, the chrome of the Le Mans seems to make a bolder statement today. It's like a shiny beak of a bird that's ready to take fight. It matches nicely with the other bright elements like the complete windshield trim, rocket panels, and the cool form-fitting rear bumper. And this one has all the right updates with a new power folding roof for function and large 20-inch American Racing Torq Thrust alloys for serious flair.
You paid a little more for a Pontiac back in the day, and this interior has been updated to reflect that feeling. It starts with new leatherette seat covers that retain a similar pattern to the factory, but those buckets are so much more supple to the touch. Matching door panels, carpeting, and dash are also in great shape, so you can have a nice uniform appearance. But this is not a totally dark presentation. For example, the wood paneling on the center console adds the right dash of color to the sophisticated package. You get a factory three-spoke steering wheel, and just beyond that are a trio of pods for the round factory gauges. While you passengers will be looking at the upgraded AM/FM/CD stereo with aux connection, just below that are the auxiliary gauges that you'll likely enjoy even more.
The 400 cubic-inch Pontiac V8 is no slouch in the horsepower department, especially when combined with an Edelbrock performance intake and four-barrel carburetor. Plus, Hedman's long tube headers add even more power as they feed the rumbling H-pipe dual exhaust. It starts easily and runs well with big torque available at any speed, and the stout three-speed automatic can easily handle all the power. On the road, you are in complete control of this V8 droptop thanks to features like power steering, front disc brakes, and modern performance tires.
You already loved the look of this Le Mans even before you saw the price. But you're far from the only one who can afford this classic ragtop, so hurry and call today!