Pick Your Yacht: 1967 Bonneville Showdown

Pontiac Bonnevilles

Here’s two 1967 Pontiac Bonnevilles. The first listed is here on craigslist in Minneapolis, Minnesota for $1,900 and the second is listed here on Hemmings in Freeport, Maine for $2,950. These are big cars, over 19 feet long and weighing over 5,000 lbs, but what fun! So, which land yacht would you pick? The seller of the first car only included two images and very little information. The second car is at a dealer in Maine. This car is said to be “an original, unmolested car, that starts, stops, runs, and drives, but which is in need of a complete cosmetic refurbishing”. Both are big and beautiful, but which would you go land yachting in?

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Comments

  1. jeff6599

    Factory shipping weight on a 1967 Bonneville convertible is 4010 lbs., from factory literature.

  2. Rick

    I’d rather have the one year only ’67 Grand Prix convertible

    • Jim

      +1

  3. Luke Fitzgerald

    Look – they’re both f$&@ed – but when you you’ve experienced how good these cars can be will only make you look further – whether it’s a Gp or whatever – what’s a few hundred pounds mis description when they look soo good (pedantic wankers)

  4. Vince Habel

    Second one could be worth a look.

  5. 1969Deuce

    I wish one was a gold 2-door hard top in good shape and I’d very seriously consider a deal for the sake of nostalgia. I put tens of thousands of miles on a ’67 Bonneville, hauling a load of band equipment in that huge trunk. I positively loved it. Very dependable until the rust got the better of it. Worth it even at today’s gas prices.

    Steve

  6. Woodie Man

    Before we were members of the “collector car fraternity” we were just old car guys. And these two cars were just hundred dollar beaters. We’re still just old car guys…and these two.well………….

  7. Chebby

    The one that runs, by a hundred miles.

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