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1958 Pontiac Parissiene Convertible

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Somehow these '58 quad-light wonders did a nicer job of looking "just right" than the '58 Impala.
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Somehow these '58 quad-light wonders did a nicer job of looking "just right" than the '58 Impala.

Didn't you know, Sixty8?: vintage Pontiacs always look better than Chevrolets.

I find Canadian Pontiacs an oxymoron: they have the beautiful lines of a U.S. Pontiac with some unique trim but are crippled with narrow-tracks and often staggeringly ho-hum powertrains of 6-cylinders & PowerGlides. Blorf.
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These Canadian Pontiacs were also exported to other countries and some of the powertrains and options were chosen for those markets in mind.
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That's all well & good in 1958. But in 2005 if you open the hood of a U.S. Pontiac of this era, you do not have to steel yourself first at the idea a 6-banger might be molding away underhood. All V-8 power, baby! And of course my Wide-Track comment refers to '59 and later: nothing looks worse than a classic era Pontiac teetering on a Chevy narrow-track chassis. Sorry- I just don't care for Chevys...
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Those were the good days of pontiac, and with the new GXP line some of that glory may return!
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When I see the interior of this incredible '58, something about bench seats with open floor, really appeals to me.

Maybe the new Grand Prix could take inspiration fromt the Attacks rear end and you would have an updated '58 Bonneville.

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Its Parisienne-the guy spelled it wrong. Sharp car though.
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When I see the interior of this incredible '58, something about bench seats with open floor, really appeals to me.

Maybe the new Grand Prix could take inspiration fromt the Attacks rear end and you would have an updated '58 Bonneville.

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can u post some more pics of that Attack? ive never seen it before
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