1977 Pontiac Le Mans Can Am for sale in Jacksonville, Illinois, United States

Condition: Used
Item location: Jacksonville, Illinois, United States
Make: Pontiac
Model: Le Mans
SubModel: Can Am
Year: 1977
Mileage: 46,000
VIN: 2F37Z7P347597
Power options: Air Conditioning
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Automatic
Drive type: RWD
Interior color: RED
Vehicle Title: Clear
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Description for Pontiac Le Mans 1977

I bought this car new for my High School graduation and drove it proudly for several years. It has rarely been driven since 1997. Some subtle pin-striping was added at the Car Craft Nationals in Springfield IL to make it uniquely mine. I also added a cassette player in the small recess under the radio. The catalytic converter was removed. These are the only modifications to the car. The original wheels are not on the car but will be included. The wheels that are on it now are chrome and have some rust. There are a few door dings, hips and blemishes from being my everyday car for the first 10 years. Left rear tail light lens has a small chip. There are small spots on the left front fender and hood corner where an unknown liquid was splattered on to the paint (Please see photo of the area). I simply am not doing this beautiful and rare classic muscle car justice and would like to see it go to someone who will be as proud of it as I have been.
No rebuilds. Original paint.
The water pump needs replaced or repaired.
All original paperwork and window sticker.
If I remember correctly, he cassette player that was added was connected to the rear speakers and the radio remains on the front speakers.
$500.00 deposit.
All cost of Pickup or Shipping is buyers responsibility.

The Pontiac Can Am is a muscle car built by Pontiac that was based on the Le Mans Sport Coupe. The Can Am was a special edition option package, nd only available in 1977. It was named for the Can Am series, orresponding with the race theme started by the Le Mans and Trans Am.
When the Can Am was first introduced to the dealers, ontiac envisioned producing 2,500 units; the response from the buying public was much more than expected and over 5,000 orders were submitted. Unfortunately, he mold used to produce the fiberglass rear spoiler broke, nd production at Motortown ended. Pontiac upper management, lready worried about losing sales of their Grand Prix models (the Can Am and the Grand Prix used the same dashboard and console, o a sale of a Can Am was seen as a loss of a sale of a Grand Prix by some senior Pontiac executives), decided to scrap the project after approximately one half year of production. The number of Can Ams produced has never been accurately determined, ut the number most commonly used is 1,377.

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