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80 Bonneville Brougham
1980 Bonneville
“Original owner died in the late 80s and family kept the car garaged until I bought it last year; the registration decal is still on the window; it expired in 1990. It runs and drives better than a new car and has a factory astro-roof.”
Owned by Andrew in New York at:
September 18, 2010

80 Bonneville Brougham LF

80 Bonneville Brougham LF
“Bought from the estate of original owner. Stored every winter for 30 yrs and only driven in the summer. This gem has 40000 original miles.”
Owned by Jim at: in Canada.
September 23, 2009

80 Parisienne Brougham Coupe Landau
“This is my favorite cars ! ... a Pontiac Parisienne Brougham 1980 Coupe Landau powered by Chevrolet engine V8 305cid 155hp 4 barils carburetor, 3 speeds automatic transmission and full equipped. This car was made at GM plant of Oshawa Ontario Canada. I like to drive this smooty cars !”
Owned by Guy in Montréal, Québec, Canada.
June 17, 2006
81 Parisienne Brougham
“1981 Pontiac Parisienne Brougham. Manufactured in Oshawa Ontario. Full padded vinyl roof, 305 V-8 with a 4-bbl quadrajet carburetor. 4 speed automatic, PW, PDL, PS, PB, P.Trunk, wire wheels, 4-door sedan. 140,000 km. Slight areas of rust on driver's door. Originally from Southern Ontario, never stored always driven. Original owner until 2003.”
Owned by Deejay in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. – 02.05.06
81 Parisienne Brougham
“1981 beauty, a Parisienne Brougham with 29,000 km in impeccable condition. I am the second owner.”
Owned by Deejay in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. – 04.02.06
84 Parisienne Wagon 
posted 05.23.06
“I recently purchased my 1984 Parisienne station wagon. I don't think GM called them Safari any longer by this point. I bought it with 45,000 miles, and am the third owner. The previous two owners took meticulous care of this car. It's in wonderful shape throughout and drives like it's floating on a cloud. It's my first Pontiac. I've been a Ford driver for years with the exception of my 1974 Corvette that I still own.”
Owned by John in Michigan. – 05.23.06

1986 Firebird SE
1986 Firebird SE
1986 Firebird SE
“I have got this in 2000. This was not in good condition, for me and my son we had one year of work to renew. All home made, we do it ourself. The engine is a 350, carburetor is Edelbrock, gearbox TH 700 R4.”
Owned by George in Hungary at:
September 21, 2010

89 Safari Wagon 
posted 05.31.06
“Great- I see you have since added a place for the ‘80s’ cars since I have posted my 1973 Pontiac on here. That is terrific! I have owned this 1989 Pontiac Safari 3-seat wagon for a few years now. It has all options except for power passenger side seat and power antenna. The car was originally from North Carolina and has been in Tennessee since 2001, so it is 100% rust free. This photo was taken in summer of 2001 just before I bought it when it was in North Carolina.

89 Safari Wagon 
posted 05.31.06
Unfortunately, the car has deteriorated since this photo was taken in 2001, but still looks presentable for a 1989. I am not sure of the exact number of these were made in 1989, but I have heard it was not many. This was also the last year for the full-size Pontiac wagon and the only year Pontiac full-size wagon that had the rear shoulder seat belts. The only thing is that I wish the 307 engine had more power and got better fuel mileage.”

Owned by Tony in Tennessee. – 05.31.06

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