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Ponchos top honchos at the Raleigh Classic winter auction

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Reports From the Field With Charles Farley

The Pontiac brand is alive and well judging from the results of the Raleigh Classic winter auction.

A pair of 59’s drew crowds and energetic bidding. A 1960 Ventura with a factory floor shifted 4-speed was one that I would have bid on if I had known that I would be outbid on a 58 Edsel!

A very nice original ’56 Star Chief was also a foot traffic show stopper. Not to mention of course, a very nice ’68 GTO droptop with all the period desirable options, plus a remarkable pair of Safari wagons.

This clean 1959 Pontiac Bonneville took home first prize at $178,200.

This clean 1959 Pontiac Bonneville took home first prize at $178,200.



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