Lot 420

Hershey 2018

1964 Pontiac Bonneville Convertible


$31,350 USD | Sold

United States | Hershey, Pennsylvania



Chassis No.
  • Top-of-the-line convertible model for 1964
  • Features factory air conditioning
  • Factory eight-lug wheels with finned aluminum brake drums
  • Beautiful condition throughout

Pontiac introduced the Bonneville as a limited-production, high-performance, fuel-injected convertible in 1957, giving the world just a taste of what they would produce in the next few years. The legendary Wide-Track suspension system came in 1959, earning Pontiac new respect among the performance-loving public and the admiration of the motoring press as well, as Motor Trend magazine bestowed its coveted “Car of the Year” award on the Pontiac Division that same year.

Styling became more refined with the “coke bottle” body lines starting in 1961, becoming more pronounced by 1964, creating Pontiac’s most aggressive looking car to date. With the exciting good looks of the big Pontiacs such as the Bonneville and Grand Prix, plus the introduction of the GTO, a Pontiac was the car to own in 1964.

This stylish, top-of-the-line, luxurious Bonneville convertible is finished in Cameo Ivory, complemented with a black convertible top and interior. Luxury features include optional power windows, automatic transmission, factory AM/FM radio with rear speaker, and rear-mounted power antenna. Pontiac’s famous and highly effective eight-lug wheels with finned aluminum brake drum allow this heavy car stopping power that is unmatched with any other full-sized car of the era. This Bonneville is also equipped with factory air-conditioning. A nicely detailed engine bay houses Pontiac’s veritable 389 V-8 engine with four-barrel carburetor, providing ample power and effortless cruising. The consignor states this car is properly sorted and ready to drive and enjoy.

With handsome good looks, excellent power and braking, room for six, a cavernous trunk, and a host of luxury amenities, this beautifully maintained, good-handling Wide-Track Pontiac is one of the most useable and enjoyable full-size cars to own from the era.