Cars are often advertised as one owner. It brings visions of a pampered vehicle looking like it just rolled out of the dealer lot. If the car is from the 1950’s most likely the truth is the original owner’s estate left it to the guy who sold it to the dealer, who sold it to the guy, that bought it on a speculation, when the economy was flying high, and he just sees it as another investment that went bad.
This is not one of those cars and it is not likely to be for sale any time soon. The man wiping the rain from it and driving it is the man who, as a young husband, purchased this ’57 Bonneville Convertible for his bride. Man and car appear to have plenty of traveling ahead.