Wednesday, May 6, 2009

'58 Pontiac Bonneville

1958 Pontiac Bonneville Convertible by romel2211.
by romel2211

Au Revoir Pontiac!
You will be missed
art fitzpatrick_'62a by Owen Jones & Partners LTD.
by Owen Jones & Partners LTD

Aren't these images fantastic?! I'd love to jump into a
reef-shell pink Pontiac Bonneville and hit the road to
Vegas- Elvis blasting on the radio all the way!
btw thanks for all the kind words regarding Tom's
interview yesterday, glad you enjoyed!


6 comments:

Ina in Alaska said...

and let's not forget Little GTO!! So long, Pontiac, the end of an era!! I once had a Pontiac Fiero, in fire engine red!!

Leigh said...

Wow, I love the vintage photographs and yes so long, awww. sad.

hello gorgeous said...

Omg! When I was in high school and could finally drive, on the first nice day of spring, my father would let me drive his beloved cherry '66 Bonneville convertible...

Ah, those were the days.

cindy : quaint said...

it makes me feel old when these classics disappear. nothing like the sound or style of a gto.

miss cavendish said...

My father bought only the Pontiac Parisienne. I think it had a different name in the States . . . Was it the Bonneville? Je ne sais pas.

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