1972 Pontiac LeMans 1972 Luxury 4 Door from North America - Comments

27th Aug 2007, 19:17

My father owns a 1972 4 door Pontiac luxury Lemans. They are pretty rare. He inherited it from his mom. Still got the window sticker in the glove box that shows a price of a whopping $4093.00.

12th Sep 2007, 18:53

Hey, my dad has a 1974 luxury Lemans 4 door 350 under the bonnet.

I heard there was only only two originals brought out in Australia, and everyone imported them.

They're still very rare, but now my dad found the second one crashed, and now he's using it for spare parts.

16th Sep 2007, 03:00

I have only found one other existing 1972 4 door Luxury Lemans and it is in a junk yard in Canada. I thought that out of the just over 8,000 produced, someone would have saved one.

Can anyone tell me what "Matching Numbers" does for the value?

29th Oct 2008, 13:57

Hello, I have a beautiful running, 4 door, 1972 Luxury Le Mans, here in Canada, It is a shinny red color and was repainted 3 years ago, It is in excellent condition. We inherited it, and found it in a garage. I would like to sell it, but I cannot find any like this for sale, so have no idea at all what it should sell for, Does anyone know, thanks for any help or suggestions.

30th Oct 2008, 20:55

You posted this same question in the other 1972 LeMans review, and it was already answered there.

12th Feb 2009, 20:35

I have a 1972 luxury LeMans 2 door, and I'm looking for a battery tray. The only one I can find on ebay is for mounting on the drivers side, mine is mounted on the passengers side.

This is a Canadian car. Anyone out there that might know a source? Thanks.

8th Apr 2009, 22:25

In response to the comment from the 72 Lux Lemans owner needing a battery tray - I, too own a 72 Lux Lemans 2 dr Cnd built. I bought my car with low miles in unaltered condition. My car has a 400 - the battery is on the driver's side of the car. I thought only 6 cylinder cars had passenger side batteries... so it's puzzling that your battery is on the opposite side: the Lux Lemans only came with V8s. Anyways, I replaced my battery tray with a reproduction part from a vendor at a car show for about $30.00. If you google "GM reproduction parts" you should be able to locate a vendor near you.

1st Jun 2009, 18:03

Also in response to the battery tray issue. I have a 72 Canadian built Luxury LeMans with a Chev small block 350 original motor. The battery tray is on the passenger side and I have also been unsuccessful trying to locate a new or aftermarket tray. I have purchased trays for "72" LeMans from Year One, and it is the exact stamping but for the drivers side. American made cars had the blue 350 engine with the tray on the drivers side. Any advice on where to find one would be much appreciated?

23rd Mar 2010, 12:49

Hello, I have not found anybody with a 1974 4 door Pontiac LeMans. I am wondering how many are out there?

Everything is original, not one thing has been changed, and it only has 30,000 original miles on it!

How much do you think I could sell this beauty for??

23rd Jan 2013, 23:38

I have a 1972 4 door luxury LeMans in excellent condition and very low miles. I've been trying to find the value of my car for years, and I'm looking for anyone interested in such a rare car.

6th Feb 2013, 09:40

I have a 4 door luxury LeMans in great shape, but would like to find parts, like the skirts that go over the rear wheels.

7th Feb 2013, 23:09

Try "Original Parts Group"; they have a catalog for the Tempest, LeMans and GTO from the early 1960's to 1972. It's too bad I sold my '77 Grand Prix, because they now make a catalog for those too.

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