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    Default bagging a 60 bonny

    bagging a bonny
    I'm looking to bag my 1960 pontiac parisenne (canadian bonneville) but I cant find any techs or how to for making or buying the brackets.....itbhas an x frame with rear arms

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    Still interested in info? I am in the process of bagging my 60 Venture. I've got the rear bags in, and working on the fronts.

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    pictures of both cars especially the ventures the dash
    aint no taming us, we get your brains and your veins and take em with us



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    I meant to say 1960 Ventura.

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    i love the dash's in those 60's pontiacs
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    Well... As it turns out, the rear 58-64 Impala brackets fit just fine. But the fronts do not! I intend to just start cutting and welding till they do fit. Does anyone have experience with a 60 Pontiac?

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    I bagged my 64 poncho catalina 4dr hard top. It's not an x frame but still has rear trailing arms. Idk if info off my ride would help you

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