Sandy Gordon's 1961 Pontiac

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A photo of Sandy with his Bonneville dated May 1967. Photo by Jim Arkin.

1961 Pontiac Bonneville convertible owned by San Fernando Valley Illusions member Sandy Gordon of Arleta, Los Angeles, California, a part of the San Fernando Valley. Sandy was a founding member of the San Fernando Valley Illusions, and his Bonneville featured as so many other club cars a custom paint job by Joe Andersen of Joe Andersen's Custom Shop. Sandy had Joe paint the car in a pearl apricot color with fadeaway effect during the summer of 1965. Dick & Ron's installed hydraulics up front so sandy could adjust the ride height while cruising. On a photo dated May 1967, Sandy's Bonneville rolled on Astro Supreme wheels with thin white line tires.[1]



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