Pontiac Bonnevile Coupe 1959 decorated in an attractive pale blue green colour scheme with masses of chrome, it has whitewall tyres which also feature a fine pale blue line echoing the body colour with a white contrasting roof. The interior is finished in a delicate turquoise. Representing the opulent 1950s/1960s era of luxurious and brightly coloured American cars, this one cruised around America's Dairyland - Wisconsin, registered WIS 1959 H88. 455.
The Pontiac Bonneville Coupe 1959 was a classic American car manufactured by Pontiac, a division of General Motors. It was part of the second generation of the Pontiac Bonneville, which was produced from 1959 to 1960.
The 1959 Bonneville Coupe is known for its distinctive and eye-catching styling, reflecting the flamboyant design trends of the late 1950s. It featured sweeping lines, prominent tailfins, and abundant chrome accents, making it a true symbol of the era's automotive excess.
Under the hood, the Bonneville Coupe was equipped with a powerful V8 engine. In 1959, Pontiac offered two engine options for the Bonneville: a 389 cubic inch (6.4-liter) V8 engine producing 303 horsepower and a high-performance Tri-Power version with three two-barrel carburetors, which increased the power output to 345 horsepower. These engines were mated to a Hydra-Matic three-speed automatic transmission.
The interior of the Bonneville Coupe was spacious and luxurious, with options for premium upholstery materials and features like power windows, power seats, and air conditioning, which were considered luxurious amenities at the time.