Everyone growing up wants the big name cars. Whether it was the GTO or the Camaro or the Mustang, those cars had that flash and glitz that really caught the eye of the general public. They screamed look at me. A lot of people like that and want to be looked at while they drive their car but some people just want a clean, simple car that could still rattle you when you drove but did so in understated way. The Pontiac Lemans was one of those cars. Its big brother the GTO always stole the limelight with its extremely bright colors and crazy graphics. The Pontiac Lemans did its business below the radar. It packed the same punch as the obnoxious GTO but did it with some flair and class. It was powered by anything from the small V8 to the big block that packed a whole bunch of power. It drove like a dream and did everything you could ask from a car. Go to school, go to work, go out on a night on the town, the Pontiac Lemans could do it all. Now even though the Pontiac Lemans could tear up the dragstrip or cruise the boulevard it did have its short comings. One of those was the bad radio disease. It afflicts most classic cars and the Pontiac Lemans was no exception. So lets say you have a Pontiac Lemans now but really would like to be able to listen to your favorite songs, what can you do? You get yourself over to Vintage Car Radio and take a gander at the great line of Ken Harrison radios. Ken Harrison radios deliver a clean sound that is such an improvement over stock that you'll wonder why you didn't do it earlier. Ken Harrison radios are your top classic car radio.