ENCAPSULATED IN TIME SURVIVOR, 1-FAMILY OWNED, #'S MATCH 389, AUTO, 27K MILES!

Price: US $22,995.00 Item location: Lithia Springs, Georgia, United States
  • Condition: Used
  • Make: Pontiac
  • Model: Bonneville
  • Type: Coupe
  • Doors: 2
  • Year: 1964
  • Mileage: 27,666
  • Color: Blue
  • Engine size: 389 V8
  • Transmission: Automatic
  • Interior color: Blue
  • Vehicle Title: Clear
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Description:

1964 Pontiac Bonneville

You've seen cars like this 1964 Pontiac Bonneville tucked into garages in your neighborhood. You crane your neck when you're out in the country, rying to peer into barns on old farms. You have an elderly aunt who bought hers new and is still driving it today. Yes, ne-owner, ow-mile survivors do exist, nd this is a positively amazing example.It shows just 27,666 original miles, nd was purchased new in 1964 by the current owner's uncle, o it's pretty much exactly the way it was back then. That uncle clearly loved this car and treated it gently, ecause a top-of-the-line Bonneville hardtop was not an inexpensive car when it was new. It is also infused with Pontiac performance DNA and crisp styling that makes no secret about this car's relatives, he GTO and the Grand Prix. The paint is original and with that in mind it's simply gorgeous, ut yes, t does have a few of the usual signs of age which are pretty much impossible to avoid. However, t's also clear that there are no major accidents in the car's past, o long winters in the rust belt, ust an awesome heavy cruiser that was literally the car that was used to go to church on Sundays and very little else. The panel gaps are exactly where they were when the guys on the assembly line put it together and there's some speculation that a family member worked in the Doraville assembly plant and when this car came down the line, hey gave it a lot of extra attention to make it right. Even the chrome, hich is often the first thing to go on a vintage car, till sparkles brightly and while it's not perfect, t's pretty darned impressive.GM nailed it with the Bonneville's interior, combination of full-sized luxury and just a hint of performance, he exact right combination for the young executive with a family. The two-tone upholstery is comfortable and in excellent condition, ith rare front buckets and a spacious rear bench that echoes the bucket look. A few well-chosen woodgrain appliques warm up the blue interior and they work well with the sparkling trim on the dash, ighlighting the Bonneville's "executive express" status. A trio of gauges is angled towards the driver, ust above the original AM radio that's still fully functional. That remarkable clear plastic steering wheel is original equipment and remains in fantastic condition, really rare find on a car like this. Heck, hat's even the original rubber floor mat! The only notable issue is that the clock doesn't work and the heater core has been bypassed, ut otherwise this is one incredible piece of Pontiac history. The trunk is positively massive and it sure looks like it still holds the original mat, long with a full-sized spare and jack assembly.The original, umbers-matching 389 cubic inch V8 was a fantastic performer in the Bonneville. Neither the engine nor the 3-speed automatic transmission have ever been opened, ut thanks to the low mileage it still starts, uns, nd drives like a much younger car. The engine bay is pretty original and a bit grungy, ut all the original equipment save for things like hoses, elts, nd tune-up parts remains intact, aking this a great survivor. The underside is as clean as you'd expect, ith that undeniably smooth, onfident feel only survivors can offer. The exhaust has a mellow V8 tone that's just right for the upscale Bonneville and it sits on recent whitewall radials and factory hubcaps that look exactly right.Impressive is the right word for a car like this, oth in terms of preservation and performance. If there's more luxury muscle for less money anywhere, 'd be shocked. Call today!