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Poll: Which Pontiac? (11/24/2021)

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John Bono
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Which Pontiac? '63 or '64?

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1963 Pontiac Bonneville Convertible 1
1964 PONTIAC BONNEVILLE CONVERTIBLE 4

 

 


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David Green
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I like both of these a lot and am hard pressed to choose between them. A tie for me.


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Jack Dodds
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I love most Pontiacs ever made so this is a real close one.  The 61 is my fave of that decade,  very closely followed by the '63; so the'63 get my vote this time.

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Frank Reed
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I like the headlights on the 63 a bit better than the 64.  

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Moe Parr
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The side trim on the '63 seals the deal for me.


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John Napoli
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Another poll where they look pretty much the same.  Other than a few front and rear changes, so for me a tie.


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Bob Jackman
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Slight edge to the 64.


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John Merritt
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I love them both, but a very slight edge to the '64. I sure wish someone would do both in 1:43. Come on Sergio, a Goldvarg version would be awesome.

John Merritt
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Posted by: @jcarnutz

I love them both, but a very slight edge to the '64. I sure wish someone would do both in 1:43. Come on Sergio, a Goldvarg version would be awesome.

Sergio has given us the 64 Grand Prix, which is a beauty but the '63 would be fantastic.  The Catalina, Bonneville or Ventura from 61 thru 67 would be much appreciated.....several of which (61 & 67) Goldvarg has done or has coming soon.  Station wagons would be very nice as well IMO.


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John Merritt
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@jack-dodds 

I have the Grand Prix models, I was thinking of the Bonneville.

John Merritt
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Larry kemling
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One of my all time favorites was the 67’ Bonneville 2dr hardtop I had in the early 1970s …

would absolutely love to have a quality model of one in white with a dark blue interior and vinyl top.still kicking myself for selling that car!


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George Schire
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Like both, but a slight edge to the '64.  

George Schire
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Allan Ording
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1964 by a very slight margin. If a Grand Prix then 1963 because of the grill, tail light panel and no side trim.


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Jack Dodds
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Posted by: @larry-kemling

One of my all time favorites was the 67’ Bonneville 2dr hardtop I had in the early 1970s …

would absolutely love to have a quality model of one in white with a dark blue interior and vinyl top.still kicking myself for selling that car!

I'm fairly sure Goldvarg is doing one but a 4dr.  I will buy it but I'm a 2dr. guy generally.  I much prefer the nose of the 67 Grand Prix over the other versions with the stacked headlights.

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Ed Glorius
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1963 for me. One of my favorites of the Sixties. 1964 is nice, too. I too would love a 1/43rd 1963 GP, especially in dark blue with those beautiful turbine wheels.

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