1963 Pontiac Bonneville Convertible, 389 cu in. 6.4 L. 235 HP @ 3600 RPM. Torque: 303 Ft-Lbs. @ 4600 RPM. Compression: 8.6.1. The top of the engine, intake manifold, valve covers, and exhaust manifolds are freshly painted. The engine is not rebuilt. Independent front suspension with upper and lower A-arms, coil springs, hydraulic shocks and anti-roll bar. In the back upper and lower control arms, coil springs and hydraulic shocks. Wraparound style dash with lots of chrome and faux wood accents. Bucket seats with ribbed stainless steel center console that has a manifold pressure gauge. Under the dash mounted aftermarket temperature, oil pressure, and ALT gauges. Factory temperature, gas and clock with chrome bezel. Power windows front and rear. 2 Speed Hydramatic automatic transmission. Rebuilt Power steering pump with power assist brakes in the front. Newer P Aquamarine paint. Inset chrome rear bumper. Upward curved chrome encased tail light covers. 3/4’s of the body rocker panels. Very stylish ribbed “Bonneville” fender trim pieces continued in the back, below the trunk panel. Chrome hooded headlights. Non-panoramic windshield. The Bonneville was the top-of-the-line full-size Pontiac of the early 1960s. Had a more powerful engine than the Star Chief. Horizontal lines and straight forward bodywork. They were beautiful in their own right and offered speed & handling. The 1963 Bonneville featured newly styled vertically stacked headlights and GTO like split front grill with Pontiac logo in the very center. Convertibles are the most popular, then coupes. Added features included a more comfortable ride and more interior room. Standard steel type wheels, factory hub caps and 14-inch White wall tires.