1960 Pontiac Bonneville Bubble TopThe Pontiac Bonneville was
introduced back in the mid 1950s as a top trim level for the Star
Chief model. With great sales numbers GM decided to add the
Bonneville to their lineup in 58 as a stand-alone model. Our 1960
model has been partially restored but retains its original features
including the sleek bubble top roof line. The drive train consists
of the legendary 389ci V8 connected to a Super Hydramatic automatic
trans. Factory options include power brakes, power steering, power
antenna and Pontiac wheel covers with wide whites. The beautiful
tri-color interior is in good condition with a new carpet kit. The
paint & body are in excellent shape as well with no major flaws or
imperfections. The undercarriage appears to have no rust or rot
present at all. The car starts, runs and drives with working
stereo, lights & gauges. Factory original 389ci 6.4 liter V8 engine
Super Hydramatic 3-speed automatic trans. Power brakes Power
steering Pin straight body Shelltone Ivory paint Color matched
fender shirts Optional tri-color interior New carpet kit installed
Factory spare tire / Trunk mat Working stereo, gauges & lights
Factory steel wheels with Pontiac center caps Wide white wall tires
Heat (Blower works but heater hoses not connected)**ASK US ABOUT
OUR EASY FINANCE OPTIONS**WE SHIP WORLD WIDE **THIS VEHICLE IS NOT
LOCATED IN OUR SHOWROOM**SHOWN BY APPOINTMENT ONLY
1960 Pontiac Bonneville
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