Day of the Innocents: 1963 Pontiac Bonneville Convertible

Today is November 1st, traditionally celebrated as the All Saints Day in the Western Catholic world, but known as the Day of the Innocents down south of the border, followed by Day of the Dead tomorrow (Nov 2nd). Let’s kick of the celebration of the innocents with this 1963 Pontiac Bonneville Convertible offered here on eBay bidding for $8,155 reserve-not-met with buy-it-now of $11,400 with 4 days to go.

This Bonneville is no little angel, but it comes from a time when cars were more innocent — free from the modern day scorn heaped upon them by Hybrid drivers and Uber users who don’t appreciate air that is black with smoke or a climate that is a changin’.

Under the hood is a 389 cubic inch factory V8 that was rated at 303 horsepower when new, and it is mated to a 4-speed manual floor shifted gearbox that puts power to a 3.9:1 posi-traction rear end. 

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