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1968 Pontiac Bonneville, Sedan on 2040-cars

US $6,000.00
Year:1968 Mileage:40000

Converse, Texas, United States

Converse, Texas, United States

Selling my car. I've had it for a little while and just donít have the time to fix it up like I thought I would. It runs, for a little while,  but definitely needs a jump. She currently overheats easily due to fluid leaking through a crack in the timing cover. I will also give you a new water pump, fan clutch, headlights, trunk divider, steering wheel, and trunk spray. Also sold with a used timing cover with new gaskets. Title in hand. Must tow away. Description below:

No. Produced  3,499          

No. Doors       4                        

Model Number            26269 

Weight 4,122lbs                  

Wheelbase       124 inches      

Length 223.5 inches   

Width  79.8 inches     

Height 55.6 inches     

Front Tread     63 inches        

Rear Tread      64 inches        


Type    V8, overhead valve    

Displacement  400 cu. in.      

Cylinders         8         

Bore & Stroke 4.12 & 3 3/4 inches    

Compression Ratio-Std           10.5 to 1         

Compression Ratio-Opt                     

Brake Horsepower      340@4800     

Rated Horsepower      54.3    

Torque 445@2900     

Main Bearings 5         

Valve Lifters   Hydraulic       

Block Material           

Engine Numbers                    

Engine No. Location   On pad at front of right side of block.          

Lubrication      Pressure to all bearings excluding wrist pin   


Type    Downdraft 4-barrel    

Make   Rochester       


Type    Synchro-mesh

Drive   Rear wheel drive        

No. Of Gears  3         

Gear Ratios                

1st       2.42    

2nd      1.61    

3rd       1 to 1  

4th       Not applicable

5th       Not applicable

Reverse           2.33    

CLUTCH TYPE         Single dry plate          

Clutch Size      11 inches        

AXLE TYPE  Semifloating   

DIFFERENTIAL       Hypoid           

Differential Ratio        3.23    


Front   Independent ball joint with coil springs        

Rear     Coil link         

STEERING GEAR    Recirculating ball       


Service Hydraulic self-adjusting        

Front Size        11 inches        

Rear Size         11 inches        

Emergency      Rear service brakes    

Size     11 inches        


Exhaust System          Single 

Ignition System           Distributor and coil    

Battery            12       

Cooling System           Water pump   

Radiator          Tube and center         

Fuel Type        Premium                  

WHEELS, RIMS & TIRES                           

Tire Size          8.55 x 14        

Spare Location            Trunk  


Fuel     26.5 Gallons   

Oil       6 Quarts         

Transmission   5 Pints

Cooling System           18 Quarts       

Rear Differential         4.5 Pints         

Front Differential        Not Applicable           

Transfer Case  Not Applicable           

CLASSIC RATING   Not Rated            

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