Hi, my name is Don Weston and I am driving this car. I used to own it and now borrow it every year from the current owner in Michigan to drive in the "Berkley Cruise-Fest" Parade which occurs on the Friday evening before the actual "Woodward Dream Cruise" which is always held on the third Saturday in August. The picture was taken in a cemetery at Woodward and 12 Mile which is used as a staging area for the parade. I purchased this car in 1977 from a junkyard in Washington State and restored it. The body was solid but the engine was completely destroyed and I had to put in an engine from another 59 Bonneville parts car that I found in a junkyard here in Arizona. Then I sold it in 1982 and it has had three owners since then. It is also the car featured on the cover of John Gunnell's book on the history of the Ponitac Motor Division. However, the car was incorrectly painted white when that cover picture was taken. It has recently been repainted Vanguard Blue. It was painted Concord Blue when I owned it which was the color it was when it was new. The current owner who lives in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan has owned the car since the early 1990s and also owns a red 59 Bonneville convertible.