I have a fondness for both the least popular of this generation of GM’s A-body coupe, and also for the greasy, salty, crunchy deliciousness that is Popeye’s fried chicken. Neither would be particularly good for me right now, as I currently have no access to garage space, and also as I am working on my fitness following a week of recent business travel with no exercise, lousy sleep and terrible eating. As I’d probably spring for the 8-piece box (with the best price for eating now and saving some for later), I’ll bet the LeMans has as many cylinders under its hood with a 250-hp, Pontiac 350… that is, if the Loyola University-aged gent behind the wheel is as fortunate.
Edgewater, Chicago, Illinois.
Thursday, October 10, 2013.
(Loosely) related reading:
- From PN: Cohort Classic: 1970 Pontiac Le Mans Sport – The Insurance Special;
- From JPC: Curbside Classic: 1971 Pontiac T-37 – We Build Confusion; and
- From Yours Truly: Front-Lawn Classic: 1971 Pontiac LeMans Sport Convertible – Bronzed For The Summer.