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1957 Pontiac Bonneville

VEHICLE SPECS:

Engine:
347 Cubic Inch V8
300 Horsepower Fuel Injected

Transmission:
HydraMatic Automatic

Details:
Power Steering, Power Brakes, Power Windows, Leather Interior, Wonderbar Radio, Power Antenna, Whitewall Tires, Clock, Air Conditioning, Lighted Front Fender Ornaments, Dual Exhaust

Production: 630 - Limited (Only 8 with Air Conditioning)

Price (New) $5782.00

Awards: 1st Place Junior, AACA; Topeka, KA, 2002
1st Place Senior, AACA; Hershey, PA, 2002
1st Grand National Award, AACA; Buffalo, NY, 2004
1st Preservation, AACA; Buffalo, NY, 2004
Lion Award; Meadow Brook Concours D’Elegance, Rockchester, MI, 2003

 
 
1958 Pontiac Bonneville

VEHICLE SPECS:

ENGINE:
370 cu in 310 HP Fuel Injected

Transmission: Hydramatic Four Speed

Production: 64

Known to exist: 1

OPTIONS:
Bucket Seats in front and rear, Power Windows, Power Seats, Power Radio Antenna, Power Steering, Power Brakes, Powered Convertible Top. Also has a very rare Sportable Radio.

Price new: $6431

Awards:
Best in Class - Amelia Island Concourse March, 2012 AACA: First Place Junior April 2012 in Charlotte, NC
AACA: First Place Senior June 2011 in Shelbyville, TN

There were 9,144 Bonneville hardtops and 3,096 Bonneville convertibles produced in 1958. The factory produced 400 fuel Injected Pontiac's in 1958, but only 64 of them were Bonnevilles.. This is documented from GM. The archives did not have the breakdown of fuel injected convertibles versus Fuel Injected coupes, however, based on the ratio of coupes versus convertibles, the factory indicated that there would be approximately 48 coupes, and 6 convertibles. This car is one of approximately 16 produced, and the only one documented, known to exist.   This car was purchased in Wilmington, Delaware and according to the original owners son, it was sitting on the showroom floor right next to a red & white fuel injected convertible. He said his dad bought the blue one, and E.L. Dupont's daughter  bought the red one. The original owner was in the military, and ended up in Alexandria, Louisiana. Sometime in the early 70's his son traded it and some cash for a 1957 Corvette. That owner resided in Bastrop,Louisiana. He only owned the Bonneville, for a short time, and sold it to a gentleman in Paragould, Arkansas. He kept it approximately four years, and sold it in McAllen, Texas. The restoration was started, and remained in McAllen's possession for 10 years, before being purchased my Joe Evans (Bonneville Joe) The car was then sold to Vernon Smith of Swift Current, NL, Canada in 2006. The car was immediately shipped from Texas, to Harbor Auto Restoration in Rockledge, Florida where it has undergone a complete nut & bolt frame off restoration. This process took about 18 months.   This is a very high optioned Bonneville for 1958. It has the original fuel injected 370. cu. in. engine, that is rated at 310 hp. It is equipped with factory bucket seats both front and rear, Powered Windows, seats, radio antenna, steering, brakes, and powered convertible top. In addition it has the very rare sportable radio.

 
1966 Pontiac GTO

VEHICLE SPECS:

Engine:
389 Cu. In. 360 Horsepower with Tri-Power Carbs.

Transmission:
4 speed Manual

WHEELBASE:
115’

WEIGHT:
3445 lbs

Over all length:
17’

Interior Color:
Parchment Exterior color Starlight Black

PRODUCTION:
12798

Price new:
$3082

The 1966 GTO (Grand Turismo Omologato) was a model of its own. The body shape featured what was referred to as Coke bottle styling. The GTO received all new sheet metal & interior for 1966. The 1966 GTO’s set of standard options included Bucket Seats, Hood Scoop, 389 Cubic inch Engine with Triple Carburetors, Chrome Valve Covers & Air Cleaners. Air Conditioning, Power Steering, Power Brakes, Bucket Seats, with Console. Production ceased midyear when GM outlawed Multi Carb. Engines.

 
1970 Pontiac GTO Ram Air IV Judge

VEHICLE SPECS:

Engine:
400 cubic inch 370 HP, V8 - L76 Ram Air IV Engine

Transmission:
Turbo-Hydramatic Automatic M40 3 Speed floor shift

 

WHEELBASE: 112”

Color:
Starlight Black/Sandalwood Interior

OTHER FEATURES:
Speldo Gear Adapter, Steering Wheel Deluxe, Power Steering, Power Brakes, Power Convertible Top, “Judge” package, Rally gauge cluster, Console, AM/FM Radio, w/s antenna, Outside left hand remote mirror, dual exhaust, Hood Mounted Tachometer

FACT: One of 17 Ram Air IV examples built, only 6 with automatic transmission Original G70-14 Uni-Royal Tiger Paw Tires.

Price new:
$5127

The GTO was produced from 1964 to 1974. The Judge Package was a special edition that was only available from 1969 to 1971. The Judge option made significant styling changes, some of which include blacked out grill, rear spoiler, rally II rims without trim rings, special hood and striping. The functional hood scoops could be open & shut from inside the vehicle via a driver controlled knob. The RA IV was the top performance GTO Engine. It was underrated at 370 HP; the 400 CI block had round port exhaust, special free-flowing exhaust manifolds, and an aluminum intake manifold with Rochester Quadra-jet Carburetor. The RA IV has a glass black air cleaner lid and chrome valve covers and oil filler cap. This car was purchased new at Warren Pontiac-Buick Inc., in Downingtown, PA. Although we haven’t found any printed documentation, the process of elimination leads us to believe that this is the only Starlight Black-Ram Air IV Judge Convertible Pontiac ever produced