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GTO Lemans consoles and shifters - $300 (Grove City)

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I have 2 Pontiac G.T.O. Lemans or Tempest consoles and shifters for sale. They should fit 68-72 models while they may not be exactly correct for all years. They were both removed in the late 80's or early 90's and have been sitting around ever since. They are both nice, driver quality consoles but not 100% perfect. Both could stand a few items added to them (like console inserts, shifter plates, screws, bolts, etc) but all of which should be available through the aftermarket. These are the more desirable original consoles with the softer vinyl covering instead of the hard plastic that some of the repop aftermarket consoles are.

The first with the woodgrain (if I remember correctly) came from a 71 but seem to usually be seen in the 70-72 models? It is missing the screws that hold the console lid on but the lid and bracket is there as well as a working button/latch. The lid has a small crack on the driver that I've tried to show in the pics but is kinda small. You could put some screws in it and use it as is, you could try to repair it or just order a new skin for the lid? It also has no insert with it but can be ordered through the aftermarket. There is a small mark on the back lower right side that would probably not be noticed once mounted? It's about where the seat belts and the seat backs should be? And the front mounting holes is torn/broke also but shouldn't be noticeable once mounted as it would be well under the dash.
This also includes a 3 speed automatic shifter so should be fine with a Turbo 350 or 400? It needs cleaned up and the gear indicator is missing (which could be replaced with an after market one). Please see pics to see what all is included with it.

The 2nd one that is all black (I believe) came from a 68? Seems like I usually seen the black ones in 68-69? It has an insert but it is in poor condition. There is a crack on the inside of the console on the right rear but isn't visible from the outside and will be hidden once the insert is in place. There is a very small imperfection on the bottom section (maybe a light cigarette burn?) but is hardly noticeable.
This one is a bit unique because it has a 2 SPEED SHIFTER. It was for the ST-300 2 speed that was used up until 1969. It was a lot like the Chevy Powerglide but has some internal differences. I would assume that if you had a Pontiac with a SBC/PG swap that it would work but double check that for yourself. The shifter is a little crusty but you could probably clean it up and throw a new gear indicator/shift plate woodgrain sticker to make it a little nicer. It includes a chunk of the wiring harness that ran to it too. This would be great if you have a "plain Jane" version of the Tempest or LeMans that came with a 2 spd and want to spruce or sport it up? I suppose you could either buy the stuff to try to convert this shifter (if possible?) or buy another shifter if you want to use it with a 3 speed?

Each console comes with the corresponding shifter and parts mentioned. Sorry but I will not trade or separate shifters. I will take $300 for each of them and don't want to ship them.
Thanks

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