You don’t have to turn the key to be moved by it

If you gravitate helplessly toward every Pontiac you see, you’re simply human.

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With a second car like this, who needs a first car?

Wide-Track Pontiac ’66 station wagon from GM

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The only trouble with driving a Bonneville…

… is that you can’t just sit and admire it

Particularly if you’ve a weakness for what makes a Bonneville a Bonneville: stainless steel down its flanks and bright touches at its windows and roofline.

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