A Family Legacy: Kids Restore ’73 Pontiac Le Mans as a Surprise for Mom and Dad
The 1973 Pontiac LeMans was a compact car produced by General Motors under the Pontiac brand. It was available in a variety of body styles, including a coupe, sedan, and station wagon. The 1973 LeMans was part of the GM A-body lineup, which also included the Chevrolet Chevelle and Buick Century.
Under the hood, the 1973 LeMans was powered by a variety of engines, including a standard 250 cubic-inch inline-six or optional V8 engines such as a 350 cubic-inch or 400 cubic-inch. The car featured a new front-end design, new grille, and new taillights. The interior of the 1973 LeMans was also redesigned with a new dashboard and instrument panel. The 1973 LeMans was well-regarded for its solid build quality and good value for the money. However, it was criticized for its lack of power and slow acceleration, especially when equipped with the base inline-six engine.