Nostalgia Classic Cars proudly presents you a restored example of America’s mid-70s elegance, the 1976 Pontiac Grand Le Mans. The Grand Le Mans was a more luxurious trim of the Le Mans, Pontiac’s intermediate offering that spawned through five generations. The 1976 Le Mans comes from fourth generation, it’s got four rectangular headlights, as well as a new grille, and it was powered by a palette consisting of six and eight cylinder engines.

The 1976 Pontiac Grand Le Mans from our showroom is a perfectly restored example with 73,025 miles on the clock. It is finished in flashy red, a color that brings out its chrome, and has contrasting white vinyl roof and complementary discreet whitewall tires. The interior is completely stock, and finished in red that completes this Pontiac into a prime example of 1970s American motoring. This elegant coupé is built for effortless boulevard cruising, so visit our showroom and witness its beauty with your own eyes!