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Rare 1970 Pontiac Lemans Sport Convertible Fresh 350 Motor Tons Of Extras!!! on 2040-cars

Year:1970 Mileage:999999

Agawam, Massachusetts, United States

Agawam, Massachusetts, United States

 We have decided to part ways with our 1970 Pontiac Lemans Sport Convertible. It has had a lot of work done to it so far but will obviously need to be finished. This car runs and drives. The engine is a 350 bored .30 over and does not even have 1 mile on it. It is a fresh 350 block stamped 1970. The build sheet is included. The automatic transmission shifts nicely and has been painted the factory blue color. The car was sandblasted down to bare metal and primered gray. The body and frame of this car are solid. Our garage is full of parts that come with the car. We will not separate or sell any part individually. You take everything included in the pictures and a lot more!There was thousands of dollars spent in parts alone. There are boxes and boxes labeled full of  manuals and good parts that were collected over the years. There are chrome trims,headlights,bumpers,bezels,decals,emblems,interior pieces,weatherstripping, extra convertible top frame etc. We have every part to put this car back together and then some.
Here is just a small list of the new parts the car has:
Fresh 350 motor bored.30 over, chrome front bumper,hood,Trunk lid,complete brake job including rotors,drums, wheel cylinders and calipers,master cylinder,convertible top motor,brake lines,fuel line, and fuel tank. The list goes on.
Please feel free to ask any questions as they will be answered to the best of our knowledge.
We have tons of pictures of the car and engine with the valve covers and oil pan off to show that it is a brand new build. We also have a video of the car idling nicely with newer stainless steel exhaust with flowmaster dual chamber mufflers(Sounds badass).

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