Rarer Than GTO, 1971 Pontiac Lemans Sport, Manual Trans

Rarer Than GTO, 1971 Pontiac Lemans Sport, Manual Trans

Rarer Than GTO, 1971 Pontiac Lemans Sport, Manual Trans For Sale

Found this third generation of the Pontiac Lemans offered for sale on craigslist for $39,900 in Sagamore Beach, Massachusetts. Originally Lemans is a trim upgrade based on the Tempest then Pontiac dropped the Tempest name altogether in 1971 and introduced its intermediate lineup as Lemans and GTO as a separate line. As we know, the GTO is one most popular of the muscle cars, spawned from the Lemans lineup.

As shown here is a nice example of the 1971 Lemans Sport edition, which is a camouflage product between GTO and Lemans, to react to what insurers do at that time. It's something of a GTO in LeMans clothing.

In the early 70s, muscle cars were at the top of the success, then insurers send a punch at them with insurance premium surcharges, (to avoid surcharges) Pontiac responded by putting the GTO’s endura nose and hood on a LeMans Sport where its standard power was a six-cylinder engine, which is not on the muscle car list.

However, Pontiac allowed the customer to order the LeMans Sport with some of the same performance equipment as the GTO, such as 350, 400, or 455 cubic inch models, including the 455 High Output (HO) engine. Today’s find is of that special character, offered by the seller is a 400 model with an unusual 3-speed manual transmission, and it's more sensational when you shift the gears and rarest than the automatic model, even with GTO at once.


1969 VW Type 3 Squareback

1969 VW Type 3 Squareback

1969 VW Type 3 Squareback

Here we found a 1969 VW Type 3 Squareback being offered for sale on craigslist, located in West Bend, Wisconsin. It's the third car model made by German automaker Volkswagen after Type 1, Type 2 well known as Type 3. All three are based on the same layout while retaining their engineering principles, namely rear-mounted, air-cooled, rear-wheel drive engines.

Following the success of Type 1 and Type 2, Type 3 was designed as an economical family compact car offered in the US market in the 60s with the monocoque body construction, automatic transmission or manual as the option, electronic fuel injection, and greater propulsion. As shown here is a 2-door station wagon known as the Squareback, released in 1969 and comes with standard specs powered by a fuel-injected and air-cooled 1.6L flat-four paired with a four-speed manual transaxle.

1969 Rover 2000 Original Survivor

1969 Rover 2000 Original Survivor

1969 Rover 2000 Original Survivor For Sale

Found this immaculate example of the British executive cars built by British Leyland (BL), under the Rover flag, being offered for sale on Craigslist asking $4,950 location at Tarzana, Los Angeles. It's ultra-rare in the US, especially in its condition, it could be a remarkable example of the 1969 Rover 2000 4-door Sedan.

The 53-year-old sedan is a highly original and complete survivor that runs and drives well with 64,000 original miles on it. The Interior is in remarkably good shape, with some retouching in its original color. This is a great chance if you want to grab a slice of British executive saloon goodness on the market today.



Sympathetically Restored, 1969 Lotus Elan SE FHC

Sympathetically Restored, 1969 Lotus Elan SE FHC

Sympathetically Restored, 1969 Lotus Elan SE FHC For Sale

This a classic British sports car made by Lotus in the 60s, as shown here is a 1969 Lotus Elan SE FHC VIN: 3617936 being offered for sale at Craigslist in Phoenix, Arizona for $35900. The car was to be the subject of a 15-year restoration by its owner. Most of these cars still have their original factory specs including their interior and engine.


The interior is not left by sympathetically renovation as interesting as the exterior styling or engine all looks correct, and with retains, its big factory Smiths gauges, neat factory steering wheel, black carpets, and cool vinyl upholstery, and the wood-faced dash ahead of it is noted as being undamaged.


The 1,557cc twin-cam inline-four is believed original, and the seller believes it has been rebuilt with a few upgrades to improve the performance, reliability, and handling. Though the actual mileage has not been revealed, seems to be covered since the restoration was completed.



Pro Street Car, 1969 Camaro 502 HT

Pro Street Car, 1969 Camaro 502 HT

Pro Street Car, 1969 Camaro 502 HT looking for a new owner

Found this one coolest pro street car ever seen here at autorestorationice.com, that was based on a 1969 Chevrolet Camaro being offered for sale on Craigslist about 6 days ago and still online today. Very less detail just shows the outcome of the ad trying to invite potential buyers to ask and then obsessed with coming.

This is a Pro Street Car that actually runs on the street, that was looking for a new owner. Although no story about the background or development process of the car, it's already made me interested in sharing here to enjoy together. All look great proven by photos, a really cool Camaro comes with giant machinery. Need nothing, just $29500 to bring it home, located in Phoenix, Arizona.



1969 Intermeccanica Italia Spyder Has Been Restored

1969 Intermeccanica Spyder Has Been Restored

1969 Intermeccanica Italia Spyder Has Been Restored

Found this one interesting rare car being offered for sale in Craigslist asking $129999 located in California. This is a very rare Italian classic spyder come with American drivetrain generally known as Intermeccanica Italia Spyder that was made by a private automotive industry, founded by Frank Reisner since 1959. As shown here is 1969 model has been fully restored, the outcome so beautiful like new, all retain its original engine, transmission, body and chassis. This could be a perfect example of the Intermeccanica Spyder still existing today, and was looking for a new home.