All you need is the ADT security sign in your yard, not even the security system lol. I guess those people boarded up the window possibly for privacy at the cost of making it look more like a condemned building.
They gave this car such a romantic design, especially in profile. It looks as if has been stretched. Even the wheel wells look elongated. Personal luxury indeed!The dark colour and patina contrast well against the yellow house -- a matched set.
The dead paint and the beaten up roof, looks like an 11-year-old PONTIAC from 1985. For some reason I don't think the PONTIAC's were big sellers as compared to the Oldsmobile & Chevrolet 1973-77 midsize GM cars. I like the white house with the red trim in the first picture when I saw it I thought the photograph was taken in the evening , but then I looked at the last photograph with the boarded up yellow house and I see a light on, so that makes me think it was taken in the early morning hours.
Romantic design indeed. I love the fender lines on this generation LeMans. sadly this one is in desperate need of a new set of springs and shocks, that rear looks like it's popping a squat, and that's sad to see on such a lovely car.
Nice old Colonnade. Factory wheels usually seen only on a GrandAm but they look good here too. Dual exhausts. Could be sagging springs but given the condition of the house I'm wondering if it might be a case of too much junk in the trunk? Pic #1 appears to show stuff crammed inside the car and on the dashboard tooHouse: All boarded up, but the lights are on. The shrubs are pruned, but the lawn is a mess. And there's a contractor's truck parked out front....there's a story here but we'll never know it.
Boarded up house. Car with sagging rear.Call the FBI. Gun running.The Buick Regal's were popular, too. This era was a heyday for Olds Cutlass.
That's one ratty Pontiac. House looks like a drug house. Police raid out of ten.
An OPC for sure. This made me think of the CanAm they made a few years later.
Great post. Seldom seen car (even in the 70's) Love the honey comb wheels. After all, this isn't any old Lemans here. No it's a top of the line Luxury Lemans! But why would anyone buy this when you could've got a Grand Am or even a Trans Am for just a few bucks more?!
I just passed this into a colleague who was doing a little research on that. And he actually bought me lunch because I found it for him smile So let me rephrase that.
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