I bought this car in June 1979. From Pontiac
collector Dan Rodgers. To my knowledge he owned it from September 1970, until
it changed hands to me. Since I owned the car, I only kept it in dry inside storage.
My intention was to restore it, however I never got around to it, and decided
to let her go, to clean out projects I cannot get to due to age. At that time,
I was freshening up another white and blue Bonneville. I switched the seats
from the red and white car into the blue and white car. This explains why this
red and white car has blue and white seats.
The car originally is a western car. The floors are
mint, sanded down with red primer. The trunk floor and the trunk lid is in
perfect shape. However, there is minor rust in the upper and inner quarter
panels and by the fuel door. The new buyer should be pleased. I have all the
emblems for the car, except for the gas fuel door. However, I may find it in my
barn, I will look for it, and hopefully find it.
Last month, the car was started and the engine ran.
I believe this motor may not be a #s matching engine. This is what it was at
the time when I purchased it. I also have most of the fuel injection sheet
metal and the unit. Back then it was not important to have the correct engine
This car is extremely rare, only 630 of these fuel
injected convertibles were ever made. I would imagine there are only a few
survivors left, possibly less than 100. In the past this car would have brought
in over $200,000.00. Now the prices fluctuate all over the board. This car will
be set for auction, with a private reserve, Good luck in bidding. My old dream
can be yours to restore and drive this classic Pontiac.
Cars engine runs, the power windows work. The pictures showcase the car.
Please reach out with any questions. The car is for
sale locally and I reserve the right to end the sale early. Open to respectful
offers. [hidden information].
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