I bought mine for under $500, and what a great car it is! It rides nice, and with a little work here and there I'll have a nice little car! It only has 108k, and other than needing a paint job and a few interior items, it really doesn't need anything. I'm very happy to own it. My other car is a Caprice so I have an appreciation for the last rear wheel drive cars GM made.
I had a nice 1985 Pontiac Bonneville once. 305/4bbl/and a nice turbo auto. Not the 4sp, which gave people lots of trouble. I loved the thing to death. Unfortunately, a Ford Explorer had a run-in with it and that was the last time I was able to drive it... so sad. Ever since then, I have wanted to get one since it was such a great car!
I just received a blue on blue Pontiac Bonneville with manual windows and a BEAUTIFUL vinyl top. My 93 year old aunt gave it to me, its got 80800 original miles and the 3 speed automatic Trans. I added new plugs and wires and a k&n air filter and cap and rotor. The 305 v8 is great, but slow off the line. The exhaust manifolds are really restrictive. What a neat car, and I'm sure it will last way longer than I care to drive her, but it is a huge blessing. Classic American rear wheel drive V8 4 door car. I am shocked at how low the resale value is!!! I put 450 bucks worth of stereo and after I tint the windows, Ill have spent the total dollars of resale value FOR THE WHOLE CAR!!! Holy Cow!!
Love this car to death! This was my first car and was given to me as a gift but it looked horrible... It was a real fixer upper but after the new rag top and paint job everything else fell into place even plays cds now. This car is so dependable and runs great would trade it for the world.
I had a nice 1985 Pontiac Bonneville. 305/4bbl/and 2004r auto. I love the car to death. It has 429328 on it, and yes 429328 all original miles/motor/trans. Just had to repair stock timing chain. Great car. If you find one for sale, buy it.