1963 Pontiac Le Mans- Low mileage convertible- VERY RARE

1963 Pontiac Le Mans HO

Condition: Used
Make: Pontiac
Model: Le Mans
SubModel: HO
Type: Convertible
Year: 1963
Mileage: 90,000
VIN: 263PI55288
Color: Red
Transmission: Automatic
Drive type: RWD
Interior color: Red
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Lawrence Township, New Jersey, United States
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I am listing this car for the owner so if you have questions please email me, r email your phone number and she will get back to you. Car is in Central New Jersey.
1963 Pontiac Le mans HO Convertible
Numbers matching car! 326 CI V8 with factory 4 barrel carb, added dash, ower booster brake system, nbsp;automatic, nd 90k original miles! Car well optioned with factory 4 barrel, onsole shifter, emote mirror, ual horns, ower steering, lectric clock (not working), emote mirror, anual dim rear view mirror and reverse lights. Please see photo of VIN plate, riginal red on red. Power top works.Car was purchased by current owners family in early 1990 and only used on sunny days to drive to golf course. At that time it had just completed a new paint job, nd new top which are still in great condition. This car spent its life on the west coast and was driven from Portland Oregon to New Jersey in 2000 by the owners father as he was delivering this to his adult daughter. At the time it was delivered to NJ it had 84,000 miles on odometer. It has been garage kept and has not seen rain in 15 years. Car has been well maintained, ecent brake, lternator and carburetor rebuild. Radiator was also rebuilt. It will need new tires and a brake adjustment, ut besides that the car runs strong.
You know the history and the significance of this car to Pontiac, General Motors, nd John Delorean.
Here are few words of an article on 1963 Le mans:The Le Mans' main different-by-design attribute is its transaxle, hich is located in the rear. With its better balance and near equal weight distribution of the transmission, t makes the Le Mans handle noticeably better than its body-on-frame cousins, ith more reassuring nimbleness and a road-holding ability that is welcomed when driving quickly on winding roads. Alfa-Romeo recognized this years later when it introduced the Alfetta GTV with its rear-mounted gearbox; Porsche did the same with its sporty 924 and 944 models and sophisticated 928.