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Make: Pontiac
Model: Bonneville
Type: Coupe
Year: 1962
Mileage: 90,000
VIN: 862W8061
Color: White
Engine: 389
Cylinders: 8
Transmission: Automatic
Interior color: Red
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Feeding Hills, Massachusetts, United States

1962 Pontiac Bonneville Additional Info:

For sale is a beautiful 1962 Pontiac Bonneville two-door hardtop with original 389 engine with 4 bbl carb. I purchased the car in 2001 with the anticipation of my Dad and I to rebuild into a show winning modified classic but after his passing the venture is too sad to continue with.

The car has spent its life in New England, thus has succumb to the weather with bubbles in the paint with the clear coat peeling and lower rocker panels that need attention along with frame holes that suggest a need for a full restoration.

This car is a great original 90K mile car with all original body panels, original paint and an outstanding interior. The Engine is all original though smokes a bit initially then goes away and the generator would need to be replaced. The transmission had been changed to accommodate the shifter on the floor. Chrome and stainless trim look pretty good with normal wear. There is also a small 4-inch crack on the driver side of the windshield.

Please keep in mind that though this car is in great shape for being over 50 years old, it does need restoration. Please ensure that there is an understanding that there is no warranty and the car is sold with the intention to restore. This car would make a great original example, customized street rod or even cloned to the highly coveted 421 super duty Catalina which is rated as the highest collectible Pontiac.

My insurance company valued this car at over $25K and that was 8 years ago and during that time the average auction sale for this car in average condition was $32,742!

Base value Low is $12,450 and with this particular engine the total is $15,563; Base value Average is $20,600 and with this particular engine the total is $25,750; Base value High is $28,100 and with this particular engine the total is $35,125.

In 2014 the highest sale value at auction was $86,900 for a mint example and the lowest sale value at auction was $6.268 for an incomplete “field find” example.

I expect respectable offers considering what the car is worth. This is an excellent investment, as it will appreciate in value once fully restored especially for those who are mechanically inclined who can do the work for even less. If the offer is enticing enough, who knows I just might bite. Looking forward to giving this great car a new home!

If you have any questions, please feel free to ask. (I am not a newbie on Ebay been an exceptional client since 1998, this is my other account I started for cars.) Thank you for looking.