Classic Car Marketing, Inc. Southern California’s premier marketing company is pleased to introduce this new listing offered for sale by one of our clients.
This1958 Pontiac Bonneville Convertible is absolutely stunning in every way with correct Persian black 2 stage show quality paint and correct grey and silver interior. 389 cubic inch TRI POWER Tempest 425 V8 with Strato-Flight Turbo-Hydramatic 4-speed automatic transmission, power steering, and factory power drum brakes. Silver Streak-esque decklid with Bonneville scripting on the rear, adds a unique touch that was only on this classic model.
1 of only 3,096 Bonneville convertibles produced for the 1958 model year, and the current market shows very few of these cars are left in existence. The car is fully documented and receipts of recent work done are included. Offered at $135,500 OBO. For more information please visit our website at www.classiccarmarketing.net or call us at 619-972-7073. Please mention the vehicle you are inquiring about so we can respond promptly. Inspections are encouraged before any purchase, of any vehicle, anywhere.
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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