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For Sale: 1968 Pontiac Bonneville 2-Door Hardtop - "Mint original condition" - Easton, CT - Not Mine

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For sale on Craigslist: 1968 Pontiac Bonneville 2-Door Hardtop in Easton, CT  -  $30,000  -  Call Jim:  203 339 55 nine zero


Link to 1/21 relisted ad: https://longisland.craigslist.org/cto/d/easton-1968-pontiac-boneville-two-door/7265793768.html


Seller's Description:

1968 Pontiac Bonneville 2-Door Hardtop

  • odometer: 12067
  • transmission: automatic
  • title status: missing

1968 Pontiac Bonneville two door hardtop
This is a second owner car, I purchased it from the original owner and have owned it for the last 25 years. It has always been garaged, and has been in storage for the last four years.
This car still has the four original factory tires and 12,067 miles, making it a mint, original condition car. The condition of this car at it's age is an extremely rare find.
It is located in Easton, Connecticut.  If interested, or for more photos or information please call Jim at 203 339 55 nine zero.

































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Looks to be very original in the pictures and probably is!  Love the taillight design.  With a stuck speedometer, some old, old, old tires and whatever else it's going take some time and some money to get it road worthy.  It's a cool ride but at a lofty 30 grand makes it an expensive proposition. 

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Yes, great car, very nicely optioned too and the Agena Blue is good on this body.  I'm appreciative of Pontiacs from this era, they are very solid cars and nice drivers but like I've said before, if you're going to ask all the money, you can't use the words "except for".

And I see several on this one.

A shame really because, with a relatively minor investment, the seller could make this a top money car.

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I can only think of one way that car sale would work for a lot of money: it sells to someone else from CT and you don't need a title for cars that old in CT.


But even then, not having a title would still reduce the value a lot, because the buyer will likewise face a very limited market whenever he decides to sell. No, I'm not in the market for this car, but I still get a little upset with the, "THERE MUST BE SOME ONE-IN-A-MILLION RICH IDIOT OUT THERE WILLING TO PAY THIS MUCH," approach to car sales. Like PlymouthCranbrook says, eBay is loaded with sellers like this. Actually, I wouldn't be surprised if this car is also on eBay.

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