In 1957, Pontiac wanted to build a car that would showcase the
brand's performance and accomplished this by releasing the
Bonneville. Building only 630 Bonnevilles for the 1957 model year
(one for each Pontiac dealer), the model was priced at more than
two-times the price of the brand's previous Star-Chief convertible,
demonstrating that the car was meant to epitomize luxury.
Like each of the 630 Bonnevilles built in 1957, this car is
equipped with a 347ci 315hp fuel-injected V8. Luxury appointments
include power steering, power brakes, Wonderbar radio, electric
antenna, leather interior on top of eight-way power seats and power
convertible top. Undergoing a nut and bolt restoration, this
Bonneville shows better than new, demonstrating the quality of
restoration and care since completed. Finished in Kenyan White with
Bonneville Red and White interior, the car is absolutely
Unless stated otherwise, mileage shown on odometer is exempt and
unknown if original.
1957 Pontiac Bonneville
Location:Vero Beach, Florida
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