1964 Pontiac Bonneville, 2 door, 327 engine and 400 Turbo Transmission

Price: US $610.00 Item location: Clarksville, Tennessee, United States
  • Condition: Used
  • Make: Pontiac
  • Model: Bonneville
  • Type: 2 Door
  • Year: 1964
  • Mileage: 100,000
  • Color: Green/Black
  • Engine size: 327 Chevrolet
  • Number of cylinders: V8
  • Fuel: Gasoline
  • Transmission: 400 Turbo rebuilt
  • Drive type: RWD
  • Interior color: Black
  • Options: CD Player
  • Vehicle Title: Clear
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Description:

1964 Pontiac Bonneville

1964 Bonnevill, Two Door, 27 Chevy withrebuilt Turbo 400 transmission. This is a real nice cruiser that has had almost everythinginspected or rebuilt. It is actually the best of three cars put in to one by the previous owner. He had $30,000 into it. I bought it for $2500.00 so he did not invest his money well. When I got it, he engine was not the original engine and it was trash, o I put in a rebuilt Turbo 400 and a 327 I had pulled out of my truck. The engine runs real good, ut it uses oil. It smokes when you start it back up after it is warm. I have a set of rebuilt heads and a gasket set that come with it. That should clear up the smoking problem. Just don't have time to do it.Itis really the only mechanical fault to the car. Tires, xhaust, nd brakes are all good.It has the console and bucket seats which look nice. The seats have some surface splitting but have not torn through. The headliner is good but needs the two bowstowards the front tied up a bit. It hangs a little low. No money involved, ust an hours worth of work. New carpets and a greatSupertunerstereo round out the interior. It does have the desired 8 lug wheels with the big aluminum drums which are pretty kool. The paint is a good 3-5 foot job. It looks nice. The hood has some paint pits that should have been prepped better. Other than that the paint looks pretty good. The black and green is a nice combination. There is a little rust on the drivers window frame and the bumpers. Not horrible but worth mentioning. Overall it is a nice car. It looks like a car you had handed down by your grandfather. Not perfect, ut very presentable. When you see all the great deals out there that are full of rust, irt, nd mice, his one looks like a pretty good start on a great "Tin Indian".I have a new door, oof, nd trunk seal kit that needs to be installed. Look around and see what's out there and come back to me with a reasonable offer. I have too much to work on so I am selling mycollection.It is drivable as is, ut therebuilt heads should be put on eventually.I have beenputting a quart of oil in every three fill-ups and driving on. It is roadworthy becauseand I drive it I go to Nashville or work, hich is 20-45 miles each way.I will do all I can to help load it on my end for shipping. It is for sale locally so I have the right to remove it at anytime. Have fun and bid often! No reserve!!