The Pontiac LeMans is a true classic car. It was first introduced in 1961 and was produced until 1981. The LeMans wasPontiac's answer to the Chevy II/Nova. It was a compact car that was available in sedan, coupe, and convertible body styles. The LeMans was available with a six-cylinder or V8 engine.
1. The LeMans was one of the first cars to offer Dealers Choice paint options. This meant that buyers could choose from a variety of different exterior colors when they purchased their car. 2. The LeMans was also available with an 8-track player. This was a popular feature in the 1970s and it allowed drivers to listen to their favorite music while on the go. 3. Under the hood, the LeMans had a lot of power packed into its compact frame. The V8 engine option could generate up to 400 horsepower.
The Pontiac LeMans actually has its roots in Canadian automotive history. The first Pontiac LeMans was actually built in Oshawa, Ontario at GM's Canadian assembly plant.