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How many 1967 Pontiac Lemans Sprints were made in 1967?

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Old 21 Mar 2012, 01:06 pm
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Default How many 1967 Pontiac Lemans Sprints were made in 1967?

I am curious of the number, as I am looking at one. They seem fairly rare and I am already pretty affluent with finding numbers on the GTOs. Seems like a solid deal, but do you find the numbers on the engine block in the same place on an OHC6 Lemans? Also, do they sell reproduction LeMans interior in different colors? What about a book to decipher the #'s on the block, intake, data plate, vin, ect.? Any additional information would be gladly appreciated. Thanks.















Also, what were the engine spects to a 1967 Pontiac Lemans Sprint OHC6 engine. Meaning figures like torque and horsepower, ect.
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Old 21 Mar 2012, 01:09 pm
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sorry no exact #s here, but if it's solid get it , that thing is a rolling snapshot of innovation with that ohc.6 , did it have the flexshaft without u-joints ? if so, grab that puppy , every Neanderthal and his dog has a " muscle car " those old ponchos were just plain cool
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Old 21 Mar 2012, 01:18 pm
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I like the 4bl model... but every time I find a good one its sold before I get there. Engine codes are all found in the same place 66 to 69 (Early 70)































The OHC inline Six was available in two configurations: a utilitarian 9.5:1 compression mill with a 1-barrel carb and 165 hp































Next MY Fav is a 1967 1968 1969 high-output 10.5:1 screamer with a 4-barrel Q-Jet, a high-lift cam, and specific intake and Dual exhaust pieces. 67 215 HP 68 215 and 230HP and 69 230HP easy to modify to 250HP and giving the Tempest and LeMans a better front to rear weight distribution than its bigger brother the GTO. 1966 was still good at 207HP and is the same exact engine in the Firebird for each year...except early 1970































They are work production numbers at















http://www.poci.org/































At this time falls under A body complete count only.































If you have the car you can get all the Pre Sale and Bill of Lading to the selling Dealer (invoice) information from















http://www.phs-online.com/















I do this on every Pontiac I buy.... Cost 35.00































For the engine spec's use this Link... Since the Firebird Sprint is the same engine.... Lots of spec sheets.















http://firstgenfirebird.org/































Great car to have....
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Old 21 Mar 2012, 01:21 pm
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They are extremely rare. I think Pontiac records only shows a 6-cylinder total, so nobody really knows what fraction were Sprints. Only a tiny fraction of the originals remain. The original motors have been replaced with V-8's, and many of them were used for 6-cyl class racing. There are still people converting them into GTOs today, even though there are already 100,000 1967 GTO's. Go figure. I doubt if there are 1000 running 67 Sprints left.































The 67 sprints had 215 hp. Parts are hard to find, but there are a couple of OHC6 fans who are providing parts.
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