OXFORD PONTIAC BONNEVILLE COUPE 1959 CANYON COPPER METALLIC
The Pontiac Bonneville was built by the Michigan based Pontiac car manufacturer from 1957 to 2005.The Bonneville was classed as a full sized car, with the exception of a brief period of mid-size between 1982 and 1986. The brand was introduced as a limited production performance convertible in 1957 and was one of the largest – and heaviest – Pontiacs ever built, being 220.7 inches long and with a width of 80.7 inches.
The second generation Bonneville, which was launched in 1959 added two new variants to those already available but it is the elegant two-door coupé body style that we have chosen for our newly tooled Pontiac.
Decorated in a distinguished metallic copper shade with a dark beige interior, our model hails from North Carolina 1959, registration number DS 8764 with the added slogan ‘Drive Safely’. The Bonneville marque is printed in silver within the extravagant tail fins on both sides with the Pontiac signature above the front wheels. Note the whitewall tyres too, so loved in that period. Even in model form, it is easy to see the immense scale length of this car. Parking would have been interesting!