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 Strato Chief
This '69 Pontiac Strato Chief, the Canadian version of the Catalina, has a Chevy six cylinder engine, manual steering and brakes and 40,000 one owner miles.
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1969 Bonneville Wagon 

posted October 27, 2012

“I just purchased the wagon. I want to restore it to a Saturday Nite Cruzier. Nothing flashy, just want to envoke some memory of riding down I 95 or I 80 trying to get truck drivers to blow their horns. ”

 

1969 Bonneville Wagon 

posted October 27, 2012 

“Looking for a new nose cone or help in how to restore one.”
E-mail in Georgia

 

1969 Executive 4dr hardtop 

posted June 20, 2011

“This is my 1969 Pontiac Executive. I just bought it a week ago for $1100 and took it home. It's a 4 door hardtop and it's all original. I'm looking to find new rims for it and to restore it.”

 

1969 Executive 4dr hardtop 

posted June 20, 2011 

“Thanks for looking; if you have any recommendations, would be great. Feel free to email me.”
E-mail in Nevada

 

1969 Catalina Convertible 

posted September 8, 2010

“I got this numbers matching 1969 Catalina Convertible in late 2006 off of Ebay for $3700, after deciding that I wanted to have an old classic to work on and drive for fun, maybe take to a few car shows. Had only 44k original miles, the body was not that bad, and it already had an upgraded ignition, Holley 4bbl, and Edelbrock header installed, completely driveable. Didn't like the blue interior that had faded to 10 different shades of blue, so rather than spend $$$ redoing it, I found another 69 Catalina convertible nearby in Connecticut through Craigslist, with a nice black interior. Paid $1000 for that car, towed it to Massachusetts and swapped the interiors with my car, then sold that car on Ebay for more than I paid. Have had it repainted with original factory Liberty Blue color, put on Rally II's, and now it's in nice shape. Next up is a new carpet, new black top, front discs to replace the drums, and fix up the A/C.”

Owned by Andy in Massachusetts.

 

1969 Bonneville 2dr hdtp 

posted June 24, 2010
1969 unrestored Bonneville
“4850 lbs as tested at the track
Best time 13.30 wAC on.
Pwr windows, rear defrost, pwr antennae
17mpg
Jim Bulter stroker kit
Kauffman racing D-port heads
Special 700R4 trans
Street tires (cold air kit and solid motor mounts to come)”

Owned by Paul in Detroit, Michigan.
 

1969 Canadian Bonneville Convertible 

posted June 25, 2010 
update from owner June 20, 2011
1969 Canadian Bonneville
June 20, 2011
“Hello, the third car down, the white convertible with an unknown owner in Canada is mine. I bought it on a whim about 25 years ago and still drive it about 5,000 miles per year. All is original except paint, chrome and top. Canadian models had a boring Chevrolet 350 cu in 2 barrel. ”
E-mail in Montreal, Canada.

June 25, 2010
“A friend spotted this car up near Montreal, Canada.
No information on the owner or the history of the car.
Interesting to see the Canadian version of the Bonneville.”
Submitted by Brad in Virginia.
 

1969 Catalina 

Posted May 24, 2010
 

1969 Catalina 

Posted May 24, 2010
1969 Catalina
“Low mileage original survivor.”

Owned by Steve in Rhode Island.
 

1969 Bonneville convertible 

Re-posted 12.06.2009
1969 Bonneville 428
“A numbers matching fully restored 1969 Pontiac Bonneville Convertible. The 428 Pontiac motor has been blue printed & balanced, with ported & polished # 6X heads. Doug's Headers with 3" Dual Cherry Bomb exhaust. Dyno's at 450 horse power. Lowered 3" with American Racing Torq Thrust II wheels size 17 x 8. Interior and convertible top are black with all the power accessories.
A real Bruiser Cruiser.”

Owned by Marshall in Oklahoma.

 

New Photos Jan. 23, 2011 

69 Bonneville coupe 428 

posted June 8, 2009
 

New Photos Jan. 23, 2011 

69 Bonneville coupe 428 

posted June 8, 2009
 

New Photos Jan. 23, 2011 

69 Bonneville coupe 428 

posted June 8, 2009
1969 Bonneville coupe 428
“My 69 Bonneville 428 coupe arrived in Denmark in 2007.
I have redone the inside, seats, carpets and dash. Drivetrain is 100%, paint nice, and I only take her out of the garage
when it's dry and sunny for joyrides.
The one last thing I'm looking for is a pair of new taillights.”

Owned by Jorgen in Denmark.

 

69 Bonneville 2dr hdtp 

posted April 21, 2008
 

69 Bonneville 2dr hdtp 

posted April 21, 2008
“I found this 1 owner 2 dr h/t 69 Bonneville at a small swap meet about 5 years ago; it had 38K actual miles on it. It was originally purchased in Boise, Idaho, in Dec. 69, and stored inside from 71 until 2002. I paid 1300$ for it. It was a chocolate brown with a gold interior, [perfect]; I repainted it a black currant pearl and dyed the vinyl top black, reupholstered the seats and carpet in black and graphite, and dyed the rest of the interior to match. I am curently redoing the paint. I removed the vinyl top. New color will be a 2 tone, with dark pearl graphite on the bottom and a medium silver pearl on the top.”

Owned by Bill in Oregon.

 

69 Catalina 2dr hdtp 

posted 02.11.2008
 

69 Catalina 2dr hdtp 

posted 02.11.08 

 

69 Catalina 2dr hdtp 

posted 02.11.08
“This is a 1969 Pontiac Catalina 2-door hardtop. I bought it 8 years ago and had it stored five years while I was out of the country. Got it back 3 years ago and I'm working on something. it has rust in the rear fender, at the bottom, and I'm having trouble sealing it tight against the rain, which is ruining the ceiling, which was immaculate when I got it. On the other hand, I had it painted in the original color, changed brakes, tires, purchased missing hubcaps, fit a stainless steel exhaust pipe, had the whole electrical system rewired and had the slices in the upholstery fixed.
I have to change the carpet and fix the rust, as well as re-chrome the bumpers. This year I will overhaul the engine, probably will fit new distribution chain and pistons, and will also fit the compressor for the aftermarket a/c it came fitted with. I could not resist of altering the dash to fit the radio. I will add an amplifier this year, too.”
Still, I will try to maintain it's original look as much as possible. I use the car almost daily,and sometimes it takes me to visit my dad in his hometown, some 80 miles away.”

Owned by Carlos in Mexico City.

 

69 Bonneville 

posted Sept. 4, 2007
 

69 Bonneville 

posted Sept. 4, 2007
“My future wife and I played hooky from work and college one day in April 1984 to pick up this Bonneville convertible from Wichita, Kansas. It had 3 cracked pistons when I got it so I swapped the engine from a 1969 Catalina I had that my dad bought new. We drove away from our wedding in it and have had the car now for 23 years. The original engine was rebuilt and put back in the car 18 years ago and the car was repainted and the interior done 15 years ago. We enjoy it now on weekends at Lake of the Ozarks and it always gets a complement.”

Owned by Steve at in Kansas.

69 Executive 2 door hardtop 
posted 02.22.2007
 

front seat of 69 Executive 2 door hardtop 
posted February 24, 2007
“ It's a 428 2-Door Executive with 88K miles. I bought it out of North Dakota last summer for $3,000. It's got some neat options: 3.08 posi, guage package that includes oil pressure and water temp, load-leveler, and reverb speaker. It's in pretty good shape. The interior is darn near perfect, however the original paint is showing wear. The motor runs strong, with no smoke. Don't see may Execs out there.”
E-mail Matt in Montana.
69 Parisienne convertible
“This is my 69' Parisienne Convert that I'm currently doing a body off resto on. The picture was taken at the time of purchase from the second owner (since 76'). The car is one of 1033 converts Oshawa produced in '69. It's a red on red car with a 350. You don't see them every day up here. She'll be awesome one day!”
E-mail Mel and Mark in Ontario, Canada.
69 Catalina convertible
“Bought this car in Rhode Island in 1999 with 47,250 miles on it and drove it all the way home to Illinois. Lots of mods to both the engine, exhaust and interior. Going to strip the paint, do all the body work and have it sprayed in the spring.”
E-mail Owner Michael in Illinois.
69 Catalina 2 door hardtop
Catalina 2 door hardtop acquired in April of 2005; power steering; power brakes. 156,000 miles. I am going to restore it.
E-mail owner, Mike, in Idaho.
69 Pontiac Bonneville 2 door convertible
“Unbelievably I found this car right in my own town. For years I wanted a late 60's Pontiac full size convertible. The car had to have a 428, factory air, and not be a basket case. Out of the blue my wife found this last summer while we were taking a little Saturday afternoon drive.
The car has only 70K original miles, no rust, and is almost all original. It has been re-painted and the bumpers have been re-chromed. Next up is the convertible top and later the upholstery will be re-done in the parchment. I am also going to replace the valves, cam, timing gear, water pump and piston heads lowering the compression into the 9's.
I am also doing a lot of detail work to eventually bring her back to a nearly new condition.”
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69 Pontiac Bonneville 2 door
“This is a 428 Bonneville but now has a 455 with a Edelbrock Performer RPM manifold, Holly 700 Carb, HEI ignition and B&M Transpack. The heads are Number 13 casting number which have been ported with valve job. The car has a fresh engine with less than 5 thousand miles. Future plans are headers and a Wilder camshaft. The car was purchased by my dad in the 1970's from a salvage yard. The car has been restored completely by myself and father. I drove the car daily to high school but decided to leave it at home now that I'm in college.”
E-mail owner, Jeremy, in New Mexico.
69 Bonneville Coupe
“This is a 100% original, untouched, unmolested 44,000 mile car. The interior is flawless parchment (pearl white) that shows virtually no wear. The door panels look like they were made yesterday. All the weather stripping looks new, is soft and pliable. I don't know how someone could have kept any car in such condition all those years, but I'm thankful they did! It has the 428 engine and AC that works. I've looked at 69 Bonnevilles for over 20 years and never dreamed I'd find one (let alone own one) in this stunning condition. What really sets it off is the crystal turquoise paint, the white interior and black top. I feel lucky to own it.”
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69 Pontiac Bonneville 4 door hardtop
“This 1969 Pontiac Bonneville 4DR hardtop has been family owned (and was made to order) since day one and has 41,000 original miles. I got it from my dad (after years and years of pestering) in 1990 and began work immediately.
I pretty much restored this car from the ground up, but would like to re-chrome the bumpers and some small trim pieces soon. It has a factory 428 CI, 395 HP with a rebuilt Rochester 4bbl under the hood, but I'm having a Holley 750cc double pumper made for it. Originally this car was a light metallic green but I changed my mind at the last minute and had it painted this color. This is a nine coat finish and it reflects like a mirror.
I've resisted the temptation to vary from the originality of the car, but it now has oval port heads with coated valves and it runs fine on premium unleaded gas. The mint interior is all original, including the factory AM/FM radio and the Rally II mag wheels, which have only had new tires put on them once!! The factory spare Rally II has never been used, and still has its original tire.”
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 69 Catalina 4 door sedan
1969 Pontiac Catalina 4 door sedan
Complete numbers matching. 400 2bbl with 400 turbo trannie.
Owned by John in North Carolina.
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 69 Bonneville Hardtop
1969 Pontiac Bonneville 4 door Hardtop with blue exterior and a blue vinyl top. Original 428 engine with 4 bbl carb. & 400 transmission. Deluxe gauge package. A/C. Tilt. Owned by John in North Carolina.
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 69 Bonneville Convertible
1969 Pontiac Bonneville Convertible
White top and blue interior. Not a numbers matching car. A/C.
Owned by John in North Carolina.
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 69 Catalina
1969 Catalina with only 22,500 miles! Powered by a 400 with 2 barrel carb, it's original right down to the T-3 headlites. Owned by Art.
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