Pontiac Bonneville/Grand Prix/GTO 1964-72 - market review 2017-18

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Good news for owners of Tempesrts and GTOs

Pontiac Bonneville/Grand Prix/GTO 1964-72

Peer through the window of a major metropolitan Holden dealer during the 1960s and you could well have seen at least one big, flashy imported Pontiac.

Well-off customers wanted more status than the local Parisienne could deliver and would spend big on a Bonneville or Grand Prix with 6.4 litres and lots of power-operated extras.

Some survive, more have arrived in the years since yet these cars cost the same in today’s market as a Parisienne.

Good news for owners of the mid-sized Tempest and derivative GTO – acknowledged as the original ‘muscle car’ – is that demand world-wide is up with prices finally climbing.

Pre-1968 values are up 20 per cent and Hardtops with triple carbs and manual transmission now sell above $80,000.

Bonneville/Grand Prix 1964-67 $24,125 [6]

Bonneville/Grand Prix 1968-71 $23,275 [4]

Le Mans Hardtop 1966-71 $32,250 [5] 

GTO 1964-67 $60,280 [5]

GTO 1968-72 $46,330 [6]

[*] = number of recorded sales

(Note: concours & special cars may demand more.)

Numbers from our 2017-18 Muscle Cars Value Guide.

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