Worldwide Vintage Autos is pleased to present this 1959 Pontiac Bonneville.�
In its third year, the 1959 Bonneville became a full top-line series with the addition of the four-door hardtop sedan and Safari station wagon body styles. The Bonneville played an important part that year in the introduction of two of Pontiac's greatest marketing inspirations � the split grille and the Wide Track slogan. The latter was not just ad copy, either, as Pontiac pushed its wheels further out toward the fenders than anyone else and created what were considered to be the best-cornering full-size cars in the industry. Both the grille design and the Wide Track phrase remained part of Pontiac's image up to its termination. A "Safe-T-Track" differential, used to minimize wheel spin, was an option beginning in 1959. SOURCE: �WIKIPEDIA
SPECIFICS / BUILD INFORMATION�
-2 Door Bubble top.
-8.00-14 White wall tires.
-Complete stainless and chrome.
-Original stainless steel trim.
-Vintage "Space Race" vehicle with correct badging, trim and chrome.
-Beautiful original Pinehurst Green exterior & interior color.
-All original interior gauges and trim.�
-Classic Bonneville fins and timeless design badging.
-Tri Power Carb.
-Super Hydra-matic Transmission.
-There are a few chips / imperfections in the paint. (See detailed pictures)�
-Origninal radio (currently not working).
-Glass cracked on the drivers and passenger side. (See detailed pictures)
-1" gap at top of glass on both sides.
For more details on any disclosure items please contact a sales agent today at 1-877-422-2940.
The cost of parts and restoration of these vehicles are increasing daily. They are not making any more and, therefore, they are becoming more rare by the day. Buy one complete and ensure your investment for the future. An excellent investment and something you can enjoy daily. Collectible vintage vehicles have historically appreciated at a rate greater than that stock market, gold and other arts and collectibles as documented by many articles and auction result tracking.
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Please mention you are working with�Worldwide Vintage Autos�in order to expedite the process. �For financing, Down Payment required by lending institution will be due within 72 hours of deposit in addtion to deposit. Down Payment is refundable.�
Deposits to hold vehicles is $500. Upon payment of the $500 deposit, the vehicle�will be held for�72 hours�pending final payment. Deposits are non-refundable due to i). the vehicles are taken off the market and we turn down other buyers during the�72 hour�period and ii). there is significant re-marketing costs associated with relisting / remarketing our vehicles.�Inspections should�be performed prior to putting a deposit down on a vehicle.�
We encourage inspections. We disclose known defects and imperfections but we are not you. Purchasing a vehicle�is very subjective. Come visit our showroom in Denver,�CO, we would love to meet you in person!�We require inspections to be done prior to putting down a deposit.
We recommend having our shipping coordinator facilitate the transport of your new vehicle. �We can handle all shipping arrangements in-house, so you know where your vehicle is from point �A' to point �B'. We highly suggest using only enclosed shipping to protect your investment. �We use�Central Dispatch�and they ensure all carriers are licensed, insured and bonded.
We have sold and shipped vehicles all over the world, with happy customers in Canada, Europe, Australia, New Zealand, Japan, South America, and the Middle East, just to name a few. �We can assist with the transport to your home port anywhere in the world, as well as help with the required export/import paperwork. �We recommend the following import/export contacts:
•�Halmari, in Houston, TX @ 1-713-644-0444
•�Schumacher Global Transport�@ 1-800-599-0190
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