What Is Wrong With My LeMans?

No car is perfect. Compromises must be made by the manufacturer or builder of a car in order to cope with the real world. A stiff, race car-like suspension, for example, might jar one’s fillings loose on the unmaintained roads of California. Perhaps the previous owner made a choice based on parts that were available to him instead of taking the time to find the ideal part. I would like to address some of the ways in which my 1972 Pontiac LeMans could be improved. These deficiencies were made more clear during a recent road trip taken to Eastern Washington. Continue reading “What Is Wrong With My LeMans?”