Back in 1958, the first generation of the Pontiac Bonneville became its own model after it was first a convertible and high-performance version of the Star Chief in 1957. Now, over half-of-a-century later, GAA Classic Cars are offering up a 1958 Bonneville during their July 2020 event.
This specific example comes with the powerful 370 CID 300 horsepower engine which was standard for the Bonneville in 1958. Along with the engine, this Bonneville has 3×2 Barrel Rochester carburetors and dual exhaust system. The exterior is finished in black with black accents and plenty of chrome trim in perfect condition. At the end of the day, what’s a 1950s car without chrome trim? When it comes to the exterior, the cherry on top has to be the chrome-trimmed “rockets” on the quarter panels.
Inside, this Bonneville has a silver and gray interior that’s in immaculate condition. Within the beautifully styled dashboard in front of the plush seats, an AM pushbutton radio can be found that the driver and use to play their favorite oldies. Driving a first-generation Bonneville in a cabin this clean, with the top down would be a dream to many.
This lot is one of 650 vehicles offered at GAA Classic Cars’ upcoming auction in Greensboro NC July 23-25. Register to bid online or in-person today!