Wednesday, 21 November 2012

Big Red Bonneville

These third-generation Pontiac Bonnevilles are rather magnificent aren't they? So ingrained in the culture and ostentatiousness of early-sixties American car design, they even had fins on their fins.
The Bonneville was Pontiac's most opulent and luxurious model, available with such fine options as Morrokide vinyl trim, walnut veneer, air conditioning, Turbo Hydra-Matic transmission, and a lusty 6.9-litre V8.
This big red Bonneville accentuates the in-your-face styling of the era with a few choice touches: ultra-low ride height, lake pipes and bellflowers, and a hell of a lot of polish. Glorious.
Plenty more of this kind of thing here.

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