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Tag Archives: Bonneville
The big news of this year’s March GAA Classic Auction sale was the no reserve bevy of collector cars from the Yow Collection, Knoxville, Tenn. More
This Automodello 1:24 model of the supercharged Duesenberg Special (a.k.a. “Mormon Meteor”) was recently featured in Old Cars Weekly. The more we look at the model, the more we like it, so I thought I would post the review here … More
Many interesting classic cars were consigned early to The Classics at the Taj Mahal auction in Atlantic City, N.J., on March 1, 2013. Check them out! More
Jack Canfield has been so pleased with the beautiful 1960 Pontiac Bonneville ragtop that he has collected three of them More
Muscle cars of the ’60s and ’70s sprinkle the Bonneville Salt Flats during the Utah Sale Flats Racing Association’s “World of Speed” each September in Wendover, Utah. The 2012 entries included pristine ’69 Camaros; a hot but not-so-pristine AMX; a Cobra-Jet Torino; a GTO; a Formula Firebird; and an El Camino raced by Utah Valley University students. More
SEMA ACTION NETWORK UPDATE Michigan Introduces Bill to Expand Use of Historic Vehicles Michigan, the birthplace to many of the collector cars we cherish, has introduced legislation (S.B. 1146) that would amend the state’s current law governing historic motor vehicles … More
With its immense 428-cid, 360-hp V-8 under the hood and fantastic, cushy ride, Larry Schneider’s 1969 Pontiac Bonneville convertible is a superb road trip machine. More
Almost 48 years after he bought it, Chuck Richardson is still driving his rare 1957 Pontiac Bonneville — rare because it was one of only 630 built for the model’s first year. And unusual because the cars only came as fuel-injected convertibles.
Pontiac accomplished a lot when it unveiled the new fuel-injected Bonneville for 1957. Not only did the company have itself a beautiful luxury cruiser that could blast down the highway at 130 mph, but it managed to completely change how the car-buying public perceived the Pontiac nameplate.