1979 Pontiac Bonneville Brougham 4-Door Sedan
At a cost of over $7500, The Bonneville Brougham 4door Sedan was the most expensive Pontiac available in 1979. Its clean lines and sharp grill helped Pontiac to sell over 17000 of these Bonneville's. Today, few still exist, especially in great condition. This Bonneville Brougham 4-Door Sedan is one that got away. It is not only still exists but its condition is excellent and completely original.
The interior is immaculate. It came loaded with options and everything works as designed. The air conditioning is cold, the radio works as it should as well as all other features and options including all power windows, power door locks and power drivers seat. With just 25000 miles on the odometer, this modern classic is basically still new. All gauges are crystal clear and in working order. The seats show no signs of wear.
The 4.9 Liter 301ci 135hp engine is quite powerful considering the era it came from. It starts immediately and runs smooth and quiet as intended. It steers straight and stops perfectly. It virtually needs nothing.
The body is completely rust free. The paint shines nicely however there are a few blemishes and road rash which should be expected from a 40 year old to the un-restored classic. The chrome bumpers and lower chrome trim shine like new with no pitting at all. Tires and brakes are close to new. The original hubcaps are in excellent condition. Once again, this car needs nothing!
Documentation includes all of its original books and its original build sheet. This is truly alot of car for not alot of money. It can be used as a daily driver through any weather or preserved as a low mileage classic.