1971 Pontiac LeMans

1971 Pontiac LeMans with its original 350 CID V8 engine and 350 turbo automatic transmission! This car has 52,300 actual miles and looks great. New parts include: water pump, front end bushings, front brake lines, all new shocks, brakes front and rear, repainted to the original color in 2002, fuel pump, added 4 barrel carburetor and new intake, and new dual Exhaust. This is a 2 owner car as well! The seller has all of the original paper work from the first owner along with invoices, bill of sale, and Protect-o-Plate This car is great for cruising around or going to shows, or is a prime candidate to make into a GTO clone. Please call 800-231-3616 or 618-271-3000 for additional information.

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The Pontiac LeMans /ləˈmɑːnz/ was a model name applied to compact and intermediate-sized automobiles offered by the Pontiac division of General Motors from 1962 to 1981. The LeMans was replaced by the downsized Pontiac Bonneville for the 1982 model year. In 1988, for the 1989 model year a badge engineered Daewoo LeMans was sold briefly until 1993. The game has been in development for around five years.[19] A new game in the series was confirmed to be in production at the 2005 Tokyo Game Show when Sony announced a list of 102 that would be released on the PlayStation 3.[20] Ubisoft later confirmed a new game in the series after acquiring the series from Atari.[21] In June 2008, the BBC conducted reports on the computer game industry,[22] among those reports were in-game, and development footage of the next Driver game.[23] On April 21, 2009, Ubisoft registered the trademark Driver: The Recruit.[24] On January 2010, it was confirmed that a new Driver game was in development and due for release in Ubisoft's fiscal year ending in March 2011.[25] On April 23, 2010, Ubisoft registered the domain driversanfranciscogame.com as well as driversanfrancisco.com and driversanfran.com, suggesting that San Francisco was the setting of the new game in the series.[26][27] On May 27, 2010, Ubisoft confirmed that the next instalment in the Driver series would appear on E3 2010, along with other games.[28][29] On 7 June 2010, Ubisoft released a teaser website containing a live action trailer, resembling the first mission of the original Driver game, along with a countdown for Ubisoft's E3 2010 conference.[30][31]