800 Derita Road, Ste. A
The 1963 Pontiac Bonneville was the king of the road. So you know it's special to find a well-restored car with terrific features like power windows, V8 power, and the distinct 8-lug wheels.
The Bonneville was a premium full-size coupe, and in 1962 it had the kind of design to properly show off a premium cruiser style. The grille had the kind of crisp chrome to look like a jukebox. The full-length trim looks like the jet age inspired it. And the rear has a beautiful design that utilizes the bumpers, fenders, and tail lights to create a truly artistic curve. It almost feels like a movie marquee promoting the Bonneville in the middle. We can tell there was a solid restoration investment in this coupe because of how the panels fit and how the white paint continues to shine with distinction. But you'll also see this was made to be a true cruiser. That's why the classic 8-lug wheels now have modern cruising tires.
The interior keeps the premium cruiser feeling going. It looks highly original and nicely detailed, down to the intricate door panels. And there's always something appealing about a full-size coupe with two rows of wide bench seats. It just gets you thinking about cruising with family and friends. You have some nice classic features, like the working dome light, wood-like dash trim, and there are even provisions for factory-style air conditioning (it will need servicing and/ or parts to blow cold again.) Our favorite upper-class amenity has to be the power windows. It means you can take down all the side glass and show off the pillarless hardtop profile without leaving the driver's seat.
The engine bay continues this car's look of proper investment. That's why the brightly painted blue block radiates so nicely within the clean and dark components of the motor. Fans of the GTO recognize the Pontiac 389 cubic-inch motor, and it's a great powerplant to have here, too. This has a four-barrel carburetor and dual exhaust. But this one is really about effortless cruising. The engine runs smoothly, and you have easy shifting of the automatic transmission. There's also power steering and power brakes to keep this Bonneville cruising the boulevard. And as you look underneath, the clean red oxide paint and fresh-looking components (even the bolts) give you extra confidence in how this one moves down the road.
The sale comes complete with the owner's manual and Pontiac Historic Service (PHS) documentation. This is the premium hardtop cruiser with the right features and investments to be a memorable vintage cruiser. Call now!
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