1963 Pontiac Bonneville Vintage Ad | Fitz & Van Art


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This 1963 vintage ad for the Pontiac Wide-Track Bonneville has a color art illustration by Fitz & Van of the car sitting under a tree canopy as a couple is entering the car and the headline, “How to join the Pontiac-Admirers’ Club without actually driving one”.

Year Published: 1963
Approximate overall size – inches: 10 x 13.5
Artist: Art Fitzpatrick & Van Kaufman (Fitz & Van)
Grade: Excellent

“Practically everybody knows how royally a Pontiac treats its driver (Wide-Track, Trophy V-8 and all that man-behind-the-wheel sort of thing). But you don’t have to drive one to enjoy one. Pontiac’s smoother-than-ever ride is just as kind to passengers as drivers.”

This is a 59 yr. old original print advertisement removed from a 1963 publication and is not a reproduction of any kind.