Right out of a Nevada museum where it has spent the past 20 years is this beautiful top of the line 1959 Pontiac Bonneville Safari. This rare and desirable wagon was originally purchased in California and except for one repaint is completely original. The seller has paperwork going back to day one documenting the purchase and maintenance of the car. Found on Ebay and just 61,311 miles from new, the options include a 389, 300hp V8, Hydramatic automatic transmission, power steering and power brakes.
The Safari wagon has been repainted once in the original Sunset Glow Poly and Cameo Ivory.
All the trim and chrome on this beautiful 50’s cruiser is original and looks excellent.
The interior looks outstanding and the silver ‘lurex’ in the carpet still sparkles.
The seller says the car easily fires up and runs as new with no squeaks or rattles.
The underside looks as good as the day it left the factory.
Update: The Pontiac sold for $38,500