|The 1960 Pontiac Bonneville was wrapped in luxury that was unsurpassed by far more expensive cars.|
1960 Pontiac BonnevilleThe 1960 Pontiac Bonneville boasted a big, smooth impressive presence with superior performance and handling. The wide track Pontiacs offeredt exciting driving-filled to the brim with action, and the Bonneville was wrapped in luxury that was unsurpassed by far more expensive cars. The heart of its fiery spirit is the 303 h.p.* Tempest 425 V -8 with 4-barrel carburetor, 389 cu. in. displacement and 425 lb. ft. torque. Whether you choose the adventure-loving Convertible, the sleek Sports Coupe or the regal Vista, the Bonneville by Pontiac offered a new lift to your motoring life. Standard equipment includes soft, deep-pile carpeting that extends, for extra beauty and protection, up into door panels...padded handrail assist bar on the cushioned instrument panel...polished walnut panel cove with distinctive gold and red series name plate...aluminum seat end and side panels...custom steering wheel. *With Hydra-Matic Transmission The richness of genuine leather is standard in the Bonneville Convertible - in three special three-tone blends with Morrokide accents to match or harmonize with 15 "Magic-Mirror" body colors. Six fabric top colors were available. Bonneville Sports Coupe and Vista models combine striped wool broadcloth and nylon face fine textured weave fabrics with Morrokide in five three-tone combinations, or all Morrokide in four colors. Bucket seats are optional on Convertible. Closed model (except Safari) have standard equipment folding rear seat center arm rests.
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