Big, blue and bold, Robert Petri's 1958 Pontiac Bonneville hardtop was impeccably prepared for the convention. Rolling on real wire wheels, with miles of chrome and stainless trim, it commanded the attention of anyone who came near it. Petri brought the Bonneville from Arvada, Colo.
Big, blue and bold, Robert Petri's 1958 Pontiac Bonneville hardtop was impeccably prepared for the convention. Rolling on real wire wheels, with miles of chrome and stainless trim, it commanded the attention of anyone who came near it. Petri brought the Bonneville from Arvada, Colo. The Wichita Eagle
Big, blue and bold, Robert Petri's 1958 Pontiac Bonneville hardtop was impeccably prepared for the convention. Rolling on real wire wheels, with miles of chrome and stainless trim, it commanded the attention of anyone who came near it. Petri brought the Bonneville from Arvada, Colo. The Wichita Eagle

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