This 1964 Pontiac Bonneville 2 Door Convertible (Stock # F13157) is available in our Fairfield, CA showroom and any inquiries may be directed to us at 707-419-8200 or by email at Sales@SpecialtySales.com.Sexy Triple Black 1964 Pontiac Bonneville Convertible
The next amazing muscle car up for grabs in our Fairfield showroom is this "triple black" 1964 Pontiac Bonneville 2 Door Convertible with black exterior paint, a black soft top and black leather seating. The current owner informs us that it still has the factory 421 cid V-8 engine installed along with the numbers-matching 4-speed manual transmission. This one is very nicely optioned with power steering, power windows, a power top, factory 8 lug wheels, and a premium sound system as well, so you'll definitely want to come see this one for yourself today.Rare 421 Cubic Inch, Factory 4 speed manual transmission
The current owner of this 1964 Pontiac Bonneville Convertible purchased it back in 2001 due to its exceptional condition and great curb appeal. He then freshened the interior and added a sensational paint job, all of which has held up nicely through the years. In fact, the leather interior could almost pass for new and the body is exceptional, so there is very little not to like about this outstanding example. The asking price is likely too conservative for such a rare, sought after original.
Additionally, this 1964 Pontiac Bonneville Convertible is actually an impressive driver as well with awesome acceleration, smooth handling and a great overall feel. Many collectors consider this model one of the first true muscle cars of the era since the Bonneville did everything well, and seeing this beauty in person takes you right back to the 1960's. It is a gorgeous automobile throughout.An Amazing Purchase Opportunity for a Serious Collector
Overall, this 1964 Pontiac Bonneville 2 Door Convertible is a sensational muscle car that has somehow survived the tests of time. If you are looking for that coveted triple black example for your collection, then we can essentially guarantee that you will not find a more prestigious model nationwide that's more original or better cared for. It's simply an amazing muscle car that deserves a great new home. For more information about this vehicle, visit our Fairfield, California showroom, give us a call at 707-419-8200, or email us at Sales@SpecialtySales.com. Be sure to mention Stock # F13157 as well.
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The information for this vehicle was provided by the current owner and it is not certified by Specialty Sales Classics. Therefore, it is in no way guaranteed as a basis of purchase. Any statements such as "original" or "numbers-matching" should be verified independently by the buyer prior to purchase.
Named for the famous speed-record Salt Flats in Utah, Bonneville was Pontiac’s luxury/performance car done on a grand scale.
Full-size Pontiacs were redesigned for the 1963 model year with a pair of vertically stacked headlamps at either end of the grille and parentheses-style tail lamps at the back.
Once upon a time in America, people drove long and large, and in cars to which those adjectives also applied.
It’s said that Harley Earl, the initial head of design for General Motors, got the idea for this Pontiac Bonneville Special concept car while watching world speed records.
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