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1972 Pontiac Lemans Gto Convertible Clone Cruiser Judge Cruise Night Muscle on 2040-cars

Year:1972 Mileage:105000
Location:

Lockport, New York, United States

Lockport, New York, United States

ARE YOU READY FOR CRUISE SEASON NEXT YEAR? HERE IS A NICE START. 

CAR MUST BE SHIPPED AS STATED IN TERMS. ALL TRANSFER FEES ARE BUYER EXPENSE. WINNING BID IS WHAT IS EXPECTED. 

 

 

Please only bid if you are committed to the purchase. Zero feedback please contact first. I will only accept wire transfer or cash in person. I will not allow re-negotiations after the sale. Winning bid is what is expected. SO ASK ALL QUESTIONS FIRST!! Wire transfer fee is buyer's responsibility so factor that in when you pay for the car. If you have any negative feedbacks within 30 days on a purchase, I will cancel your bid. I do not offer any warranty and car is sold in as is where is condition. There is no warranty expressed or implied in this sale so ask as many questions needed to place a confident bid. There should be no disappointments in my opinion.  Shipping is buyer's expense. Verify the cost before you bid.  Car must be shipped within 15 days or there will be a storage fee of $15 dollars per day unless other agreements are made before purchase. Car will not be released until fees are paid as agreed.  Most shippers can pick up in 15 days or less. I would prefer this. If that is an issue please let me know first.

I NEVER ASKED FOR DEPOSITS EVER! DUE TO BIDDERS NOT BEING COMMITTED AFTER PURCHASES, I AM NOW ASKING FOR A $350.00  DOLLAR NON REFUNDABLE DEPOSIT DUE IMMEDIATELY BY PAYPAL UPON WINNING BID.  LISTING TAKES TIME AND COST. REST BY TRANSFER OR CASH IN PERSON ONLY! I WILL NOT TAKE PAYPAL FOR FULL PAYMENT.

THIS IS A NICE PONTIAC WHICH MAY NOT BE RELISTED. RESERVE IS VERY FAIR I WILL NOT DISCLOSE WHAT THAT IS. WATCHING WON'T BUY IT SO DON'T WASTE YOUR TIME.  THERE WILL BE NO JOY RIDES OR KICKING TIRES.

 

videos on you tube here's links. If that does not get you there you can go by www.youtube.com/radrodsbycarrero

 

LINK TO WALK AROUND VIDEO: http://youtu.be/76AJZQcwLb4       LINK TO WALK AROUND AND RUNNING:   http://youtu.be/_3LhDJELXeA

 

 

        Well as you can tell by my starting price this is not a Judge GTO. But sure has a nice look though.

 

        I bought the car as you see it. I went through a lot of stuff to make it a very dependable driver.

        This is a 1972 lemans as you can tell convertible.

 

        Top is like new and powers up and down as it should.  Has the GTO stripes and wing hood and grill with Judge badge. Car is orange and really does get a lot of attention every where we take it.

         Seats are very nice front and back and like new carpet. Has up dated radio but the dash is not all hacked up for it. Dash is very nice as is gauges. Everything works even the door buzzer minus the lighter. Have original protecto plate.

         Car gets driven and for a 350 2 barrel car really scoots pretty well. Gas mileage is stellar.

        Has red line tires in great shape dual exhaust.

        What has been replaced or is current as of this season is:

          valve covers and gaskets/ alternator/ starter/ battery/ coil/ cap rotor / plugs and wires/ Quarter window chrome and rubber both sides/ all fluids/ air cleaner/ I have new door handles not installed comes with ones on car are dull in luster.

         Car presents itself well but is not a recent paint car. there are stone chips or nicks up at grill and on other areas of the car to be expected of a car driven often.

         doors open and close easily no major drop issues.

 

          There are a couple issues as any car of it's age would have. The key mechanism either starting or shutting off you have to turn the column barrel left or right to properly start or shut off, like a neutral safety switch. I have a brand new restored column I had for another car which I never used I will give to the new owner if this is a problem for you. It's a 500 dollar column.  It is very minor never bothered me none, may not in your case either but I will give it to you either way.

          Drivers window all the way up is slightly off may need alignment. only when it's completely up.  3 inches down you could never tell.

          The trans mount on both sides have been extended left and right not sure if the trans was replaced in its life time before me. 

           Like any 350 style trans if it sits for a period of time it will drip.

 

         Drives really nice. gets great looks. I am asking a very fair reserve for a convertible you can just get in and go to cruise night.

 IF THE CAR SELLS LOCAL I RESERVE THE RIGHT TO END THE AUCTION UNLESS RESERVE IS MET AUCTION WILL RUN TO THE END.

THANKS FOR TAKING THE TIME TO READ TO THE END AND FOR LOOKING AT THIS CAR.  

 I AM LISTING A      1954 GASSER BELAIR      1966 Fairlane        I'M LETTING THESE GO FOR I LIKE TO FIND SOMETHING CUSTOM OR CHOPPED MAYBE A STREET ROD FASTBACK MUSTANG OR 60'S CAMARO.  KINDA LIKE TO HAVE SOMETHING DIFFERENT.

 

 

 

 

        

       

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