Named after the Bonneville salt flats, the Pontiac Bonneville marque was one that stood out and aimed to be different. With cars becoming smaller the Bonneville stuck to its guns and neat examples today showcase true American luxury and class in all its glory, take a look at this 1969 Pontiac Bonneville Convertible we have today for instance. With a reported 117,000 miles on the clock this is an original example that’s looking to cruise with its new owner, top down and all.
Ever since its inception, the Pontiac Bonneville would change design and features a lot and by 1965 the marque was on its 5th generation. The changes were not the addition of a cup holder or a minor facelift, but major styling changes and upgrades done to each model designation. This 1969 Pontiac Bonneville Convertible sports a red exterior that makes this car pop and highlight that coke body styling well. Walking around the car can be a task thanks to its fairly large size but looking closer you would note that the car sports all its exterior components which are in great shape as well. Giving this car its iconic stance is a set of PMD Rally wheels that boasts sportiness and class. Cruising down the street has never been this comfortable. Looking at the white interior on this 1969 Pontiac Bonneville Convertible you aren’t just treated to originality at ever glance but a lovely drive feel thanks to the well-appointed interior. The car reportedly sports new seats and carpet to keep up with the rest of the interior which is in great condition.
A big car calls for a big powertrain, and this being the 60s meant you had a proper behemoth sized engine underneath the hood. Powering this 1969 Pontiac Bonneville Convertible is a 428ci (7.0L) V8 powertrain, the engine is reported to be numbers matching and keeps in tune with the originality of this car. There has also been some freshening up in the engine bay with the car reportedly sporting a new carburetor, electronic ignition, and a new battery to ensure everything runs smoothly. The V8 engine in this American legend is allowed to breathe more freely with the addition of a newer exhaust as well and come to a halt with the car reportedly equipped with new brakes. Power is sent to the car’s rear wheels through an automatic transmission.
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