There’s just something about the wild styling of this ’67 Bonneville that speaks to me. The vertically symmetrical front end with its stacked quad headlights and that Coke bottle flared and beskirted back fender was actually on a production car, not a custom show car. Pontiac was all about excitement in the John Delorean days and the top of the line Poncho certainly looked exciting. This is a survivor, with less than 70,000 miles. The paint isn’t original, they didn’t offer pearls that looked this good in 1967, but everything else on the car says survivor. Curiously, the car was at a Ford & Mercury meet, but I’m glad the owner brought it as it put a smile on my face. I hope you enjoy it too.