1977 PONTIAC LEMANS SPORT CAN AM - RARE MUSCLE CAR

THIS IS NO ORDINARY LEMANS. THIS EXAMPLE IS 1 OF 1,377. WHAT MAKES THIS LEMANS DIFFERENT? THIS LIMITED EDITION COMES EQUIPPED WITH A 400 CID, 4 BARREL V8 - A turbo 400 AT THAT. ALSO EQUIPPED WITH AN AUTOMATIC TRANNY, POWER STEERING, POWER DISC BRAKES FACTORY AIR CONDITIONING, AM/FM RADIO, TILT STEERING WHEEL, CRUISE CONTROL, BUCKET SEATS WITH A CONSOLE BETWEEN, SEAT BELTS, DUAL SPORT MIRRORS, SHAKER HOOD, SEAT BELTS, DUAL Exhaust, AND A TEN BOLT REAR WITH 3.08 LIMITED SLIP, SPOILER AND LOUVERS, PONTIAC RALLY II WHEELS WITH RADIAL TIRES MOUNTED ON THEM. PLUS EXCLUSIVE GRAPHICS AND BADGING. PONTIAC PROBABLY CREATED THIS LIMITED EDITION TRANS AM TO CREATE YET ANOTHER NICHE MARKET. THIS LOW MILEAGE ONE OF A KIND PONTIAC HAS JUST UNDER 12,000 MILES ON IT'S CLOCK. THIS CAR IS A BRILLIANT AND SPECTACULAR EXAMPLE OF WHEN PONTIAC WAS KING OF THE ROAD. THANKS VERY MUCH FOR VIEWING THIS RARE PONTIAC MUSCLE CAR.

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