When it comes to rare or seldom seen cars the 63 Pontiac Lemans convertible is right up there, beside the fact that it was a star in the cult movie "My Cousin Vinnie". If you haven't seen that one, you should, if you like stories that involve cars. This excellent example is not the high end version but it does have some rare and unique options. It is powered by the original 3.2 liter 4 cylinder engine, (which is the venerable 389 V8 cut in half) and uses a Delorean designed arched drive shaft that mates it to a 4 speed transaxle and it all works great. One very rare item on this one is the power driver's seat that works not to mention a factory tach. It rolls around on 205/70R15 white wall radials on full chrome wheels with smoothy hubcaps. It is finished in Marimba Red with Camel Tan bucket seat interior and newer white vinyl power top. The floors are solid and the body panels are straight. If you want to be "different" at your next cruise night or show this one will put you at the top of the list.