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Auburn Fall | Lot 4122

1958 Pontiac Bonneville

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$80,000 - $100,000 USD | Not Sold

United States | Auburn, Indiana

30 August 2014


Addendum: Please note this vehicle is being sold title in transit

You don’t have to know anything about a ’58 Bonneville Convertible to appreciate it. It is a car that could only have come from America; it had all of the hot engine options you could ever want. In its first year of having its own line of cars, Bonneville was among the hottest cars in the red-hot GM lineup, and a Tri-power Bonneville Convertible paced the 1958 Indianapolis 500. It was an expensive and exclusive car, though—both price and production were comparable to Corvette—and only 3,096 convertibles sold that first year.

Finished in a Ragoon red and Graystone White exterior complemented by a red and ivory upholstery and white convertible top, this beauty is powered by a Tri-power 300-hp, 370-cid V-8 with a Strato-Flight four-speed Hydra-Matic automatic transmission. This convertible has dual exhaust, power brakes, factory radio, dual mirrors and BFGoodrich Silvertown wide whitewall tires with stainless wheel covers.

This rare car is presented with excellent chrome and stainless. Tri-power Bonneville convertibles seldom trade hands and this car shows to be one of the finest.

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