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by Bob McVay, Assistant Technical Editor

of the big
is the Pontiac Bonneville—the longest, heaviest, most elegant series of the line. For those particular buyers who want the most of everything Pontiac offers in luxury and comfort, there's none to match the Bonneville.
      Four styles are offered for 1965, all freshly designed with sleek, sweeping lines. We think the new styling will attract even more buyers than last year, when Pontiac grabbed and held third place on the national sales list. A four-door hardtop, convertible, and six-passenger wagon, plus the hardtop coupe make up Bonneville choices.
      They've placed emphasis on elegance, comfort, convenience and, of course, luxury. Inside, Bonnevilles use Morrokide expanded-vinyl interiors or a combination of the leather-like material and cloth. Real leather is optional, as is a new-for-1965 option called the Bonneville Brougham.
      This features an extra-elegant interior of Ponchartrain cloth and Morrokide, with arm rests front and rear.

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