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1961 Pontiac Bonneville Convertible

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Another new arrival, and it's quite a car. I don't typically get excited over cars from the '60s, but any time you see a 4-speed manual in a luxury car you know something's up. This is a real 389/4-speed car, which has been treated to a concours-quality frame-off restoration with correct Tri-Power added. Finished in Tradewind Blue with a two-tone leather interior, it's also stunning to see. It appears that it was originally Ivory with a black top, but this current combination certainly stops people in their tracks.

As far as I can tell, the body panels are 100% original and it has never been rusty or damaged, and the chassis is spotless. Options include 8-lubg wheels, power steering, power brakes, column-mounted tach, and, of course, the 4-speed. There's a hidden AM/FM/CD stereo in the glove box that sounds good and stays out of sight, with the original AM radio still in the dash, and a set of aftermarket gauges underneath. Full PHS documentation is included. Recently serviced and tuned, so it runs beautifully.

A stunning example of Pontiac's Wide Track design on a top-of-the-line Bonneville ragtop.

Asking $69,900, and we're always open to reasonable offers.











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