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This web site is about my car, a 1968 Pontiac Bonneville convertible, and myself from a car hobby standpoint. But, I generated the site with the goal in mind of furnishing the Pontiac Collector Car community with some space to show the history of the marque and some examples of what collectors and enthusiasts have done to preserve some of the remaining vehicles still "on the road". I am counting on you, the collector/enthusiast to send me input to bring this site up to that goal. Please send pictures and short stories about your vehicle.

I have been interested in cars as long as I can remember. I started drawing pictures of cars (and airplanes) at three. I learned to drive at 11, and got my first car on my 13th birthday. That was a 1933 Chevrolet Master 4 Door Sedan. I have had many cars, but, always favored General Motors vehicles, and makes owned include: Chevrolet, Oldsmobile, Cadillac, GMC and Pontiac. I have also owned many British Sports cars, Triumph, MG, Jaguar and AC Cobra. I must also admit to one Japanese vehicle, a 1997 Mazda Miata! My current vehicle list includes a 2005 Chevrolet Silverado Crew Cab, 2008 Chevrolet Impala and my pride and joy, my 1968 Pontiac Bonneville Convertible.

I acquired my 1968 Pontiac in July, 2010, after searching for months, I stumbled onto my Bonneville convertible when listing my Miata for sale on Craigslist. And here she was, right in my own back yard, only 45 miles away in Florida! She was exactly what I had been looking for, a good looking daily driver (opposed to a show car). She needed a lot of work, but, the price was right, as was the basics of the vehicle. I didn't even know when I purchased her that she had the 428 H.O. engine! 390 H.P. stock, which, definitely makes her a true muscle car of the 1960s!

My plan for this Pontiac is to make it a good "daily driver class" vehicle that can be driven, safely and comfortably, any where I decide to go.

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