Cohort Pic(k) Of The Day: 1969 Pontiac Bonneville Convertible – A ‘Texan’ In The UK

Here’s a nice and rare find from L Seddon at the Cohort; a 1969 Bonneville convertible, found in the UK sporting ‘Texas’ license plates. Thanks to available online info, the poster informs this Bonneville is one of about 5,438 built that year and that it comes with the factory 400-CID V-8.

There were no more shots of the ’69 Bonneville at the Cohort, but let’s bask some more in Pontiac’s past. Here’s one more image, this one from the ’68 brochure, showing the cleaner Pontiac beak of that year.

While Pontiac was about to start its slow decline, the late ’60s models still had a lot of flair. And whenever a ’60s Pontiac appears, I pay notice. While I didn’t live during their heyday, their models looked awesomely stylish years later. Proof of that admiration? Most of the wallpapers on my desktop are none other than Pontiac brochure images.

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