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NO RES Triple Black 1969 LeMans - steel GTO hood, 400 swap, new paint - cali car

Make: Pontiac
Model: Le Mans
Type: Coupe
Year: 1969
Mileage: 1,860
VIN: 237379Z123676
Color: Black
Engine: 400
Cylinders: 8
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Automatic
Drive type: RWD
Interior color: Black
Drive side: Left-hand drive
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Chevy Chase, Maryland, United States

1969 Pontiac Le Mans Additional Info:

NO RESERVE, NO MINIMUM- I need the space for a new car. This is my first ebay sale in a decade, but feel free to call me or email me with any questions, picture requests, etc. - car is in Chevy Chase MD if anyone wants to see it. I am in my 40's, father of more kids than this car has wheels and grew up in Minnesota. If you can't trust me, who can you trust?
phone is 301%648%3364email is 1969pontiac1969@gmail.com

1969 Pontiac LeMans, triple black (new paint job, original vinyl roof in great shape), power steering, power brakes, factory A/C, factory front 3-point seatbelts, automatic, GTO steel hood, engine is a 400(/400) that was swapped in prior to my getting the car - clearly someone was moving towards a GTO clone. I am assuming the milage (1860) is post swap or a rollover.
Since I bought the car - 2011 - I have: had it painted, put on a RobbMc Performance starter, new alternator, new rims, new tires (which probably have 300-400 miles on them), tuneups, etc. I don't do any of the work myself - its been done by Kensington Simca (classic car shop near me).
Headliner is fantastic - I am trying to remember if this is because I had it done, but I can't find anything. In any case, if you have owned some older cars you know headliner woes. No sagging, no rips.
When I got the car it was a very nice california born and bred example, the guys at the shop tell me the engine swap was done nicely, no rust besides some dust in the trunk. I did all the work because I spend stupid money on cars.
As shown in the pictures there is no radio (a lot of speakers though, which speaks to the 1970's kid in me); the dash is split and warped a bit; one headrest has a repair - there is some wear from being a 50 year old car, but it is shockingly original and preserved.
Some commonly asked questions:
Is it loud? This car is Twisted Sister loud. What do you want to do with your life? I don't really care, I was just quoting the video. Just buy the car.
Will driving this car make me look cool? Slow your roll there, buckaroo. I can definitely go with "cooler" being relative to what you currently are.
Is this car fun? I would say absolutely yes - but I am judging this with me driving the car. I am always fun, so it becomes difficult to say whether something can ever be fun without me.
Can I burn rubber? Only if you promise never to use that phrase again.
Is it true a celebrity used to own this car? I can neither confirm nor deny whether this is or is not Jon Voight's car.
How much do you have in the car? Just a spare tire and some gum. Weird question.
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