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Ponchos top honchos at the Raleigh Classic winter auction


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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