1971 Pontiac Lemans Sport Conv't. For Sale, 800-301-3886, Auto Appraise Inc.

Certified Auto Appraisal of factory correct Cameo white 1971 Pontiac Lemans Sport Convertible. Factory A/C still blows cold, Matching numbers 350 with matching numbers turbo 350 and correct date cast 10 bolt rear end. Excellent paint over magnet tested solid steel body, super clean underbody with all factory original panels, and no patches. and very nice stratto bucket black survivor interior. Solid trunk, correct wheels, no hit frame. All factory body panels, with no cuts or patches in floors or trunk. Great chrome, pwr top works well, quiet dual Exhaust. Runs and drives excellent. Represented to us as having 38,000 actual miles, minimal wear on original seats, tight window tracks, firm seat frames, original door bushings, original windshield, all of which supports original low mileage, but with no paper proof. Asking $29,000.00. http://www.autoappraise.com. 800-301-3886 or 810-691-2664. We have over 300 classic car inspectors nationwide that can assist you in looking over a car before you purchase it.

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