This 1972 Pontiac Lemans convertible has been owned by the same family scene ’78 and was a daily driver up until the late 1980’s. The owner brought it to us to be restored as a birthday present for his daughter.
This was a complete frame off restoration, we replaced the floors, trunk floors inner and outer quarters, along with a lot of rust repair to the doors, fenders, hood & trunk lid. The body & chassis was completely dissembled and media blasted down to bare metal. Then covered in epoxy primer for rust prevention and then body work, rust repair and panel fitment. The car was refinished in Transtar No Mix paint, the color matches the original metallic green.
The interior was dissembled & the seats were recovered in a Legendary upholstery kit, new carpet, door panels & all interior panels were installed. The dash & center consul were refinished The motor was sent out to Morley Performance to be rebuilt .
The factory brakes were upgraded from drum to disc brakes. We had to replace the convertible top structure with one form another similar car. It was media blasted and refinished then sent out to Sebastian Interiors to be recovered. The car turned out great the entire family loves it and they plan on keeping it in the family for years to come.