1963 Pontiac Le Mans Overview

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Fun Car by TerriD736
 — Husbands first car he owned was a hard top 1963 Pontiac Lemans. We just bought a rag top 1963. Same color as his first car and after riding in it I can see why he loved it so. Such a fun car to be in ... Read More
Mean,m Lean Looking Early 60's Pontiac by highoctane
 — I like owning this car mainly because there are not very many around, I happen to have the only one I know of in a 250 mile radius. It rides drives like a dream with the 4 wheel independent susp. long... Read More
1963 Pontiac Le Mans by d_day2613
 — The pros far outweigh the cons on this car. It was a car that was way ahead of it's time. Great car I'd rather drive it than my new car. It is very dependable and still with it's 326 V8 knocks down... Read More

1963 Pontiac Le Mans Overview

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1963 Pontiac Le Mans

As part of the Tempest lineup of coupes and convertibles, the 1963 Pontiac Le Mans was now its own standalone model and not just an options package.  It was the high-end Tempest, loaded with nice features and a powerful performance engine.  Though it could be had with the base 3.2-liter, 110-120-hp I4 engine, more than half of the 1963 Le Mans were built with powerful V8s.
One was a holdover from last year, the 215 V8 rated at 190-hp, but the new 5.3-liter, 326 V8 could hit around 260-hp, giving drivers of the 1963 Le Mans a zippy little ride.  A 3 or 4-speed manual or 2-speed automatic transmission were available.  
The 1963 Le Mans was roomy for a compact car (compact for the 1960s) and featured carpeting throughout, bucket seats, and unique trimmings.  It soon became a very popular seller.

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superkoop2
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Does Anybody Know Where I Can Find A Rear Window For A 1963 Lemans Tempest?...

Will the 1965 GTO rear window (advertised on this sight) fit my car? Are there any cars that would possibly work?

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madore
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I Want To Rebuild My Trasax On My 63 Lemans Does Any One Know Were I Can Ge...

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colin08
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Best Site To Find Pontiac Parts , Bumper, Door, And So On?

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brejo
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Did It Have A Trans. In The Rear ? Was It Dependable ?

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Friend Has 63 Lemans Excellent Condition All Original How Much Is It Worth?...

friends husband passed away has blue 63 pontiac lemans all original excellent condition street ready with approx 75000 miles nobody has given her a consistant quote. i'm looking out for her best inte...

122 views with 1 answer (last answer 3 years ago)