63 Lemans

Asked by Jan 22, 2011 at 01:07 AM about the 1963 Pontiac Le Mans

Question type: Shopping & Pricing

Considering the purchase of a 63 Lemans. My concerns are the availability of parts specifically the transaxle and brake parts as these seem to be unique to this vintage and I can't find anyone who handles them. Any thoughts would be appreciated.

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The best advice that I can give is join the Tech Board at performanceyears.com (its free) They have thousands of members which Im one and have a specific area devoted to these cars and parts. Second, Join POCI or Pontiac Oakland Club internantional as they have the "little indians" chapter which is devoted to these unique Pontiacs, a monthly newsletter etc. I bought my first Pontiac @ 15 and am 36 now and have owned and (still do) enjoy Pontiacs on a daily basis. Contact me @ safari421@yahoo.com if I can be of further assistance.

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Almost any good transmission shop will be able to take care of the transaxle, as far as brake parts are concerned, look no further than Amazon.com! Check it out.

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