’66 Pontiac GTO
The only trouble with driving a Bonneville is that you can’t just sit and admire it.
Particularly if you’ve a weakness lor what makes a Bonneville a Bonneville: stainless steel down its flanks and bright touches at its windows and roofline.
And inside, incredibly supple seating and our famously sumptuous upholsteries.
Beautilully accented by thick pile carpets, rich grained genuine walnut, that sort of thing. On the other hand, driving a Bonneville has its satisfactions, too. Beginning with the abundant power reserves ol its 389 cubic inches of V-8. The velvety sureness of Wide-Track ride.
And standard safety items like seat bells to buckle up, front end rear. Now you’re probably beginning to see the trouble with just sitting and admiring a Bonneville – a state of affairs your Pontiac dealer will be happy to remedy. Just ask him for the keys.