Description: As the top of the line Pontiac model during the 1960's, the Bonneville was the most expensive and luxurious model in Pontiac's lineup during the decade and played an important role in propelling Pontiac to third place in sales from 1962 to 1970. The final year of the third generation Bonneville, the new 1964 Bonneville received a minor facelift from the previous year, with a restyled grille that appeared deeper set using three large horizontal bars. Additionally, the large body side moldings were removed giving it a much cleaner side profile. This 1964 Pontiac Bonneville was built the third week of September, 1963 at Pontiac's South Gate, California plant and was until recently a resident of Arizona. Powered by the correct 18M-code 389ci V8, the engine produces 283 horsepower and 418 ft. lbs. of torque and is mated to a Super Hydra-Matic four-speed automatic transmission. Under the hood the engine retains its stock look, with power steering, power brakes, and an alternator and starts effortlessly with a flick of the key. Originally a maroon interior car, the Bonneville interior has been redone in black vinyl which is in excellent condition, and features power rear quarter windows as well as an upgraded Pioneer headunit in the glovebox while the dash retains the original factory optional Super Deluxe Pontiac AM radio with Verbra-Phonic rear seat speaker. Additionally, the Bonneville also features a power seat that is inoperable at this time. The exterior of the Bonneville has been repainted in the original Cameo Ivory and shows wonderfully with an off-white convertible top while the car retains all of its original Soft-Ray tinted glass. Finally, the Pontiac rides on Kelly Charger 225/70R14 tires mounted to a set of original Kelsey-Hayes 8-lug aluminum wheels, which give the Bonneville that unique Pontiac look. As a desert resident, the Bonneville is dry and free from any visible rot or rust and shows as well as it goes, all it needs is a new owner to enjoy it.