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Grenadier Red 1964 GTO convertible, left side view. CLICK->
Grenadier Red 1964 GTO convertible, rear end view. CLICK->
Sneak preview of one of the two GTOs can be driven in the Gran Turismo 4 (GT4) video game for PlayStation 2. The game came out in February of 2005. It's a gold 1964 Sport Coupe GTO. This is the Japanese version of the game. You can also drive a 2004 GTO. Click here to check out the Phantom Black 2004 GTO as seen in the game. CLICK->
Silvermist Gray 1964 GTO sport coupe as seen in the Gran Turismo 4 video game. Chris Noel, the owner, comments, "This is a photo of my 1964 GTO from GT4. I found a set of mags on the game and put them on. They look better than the dog-dish wheel covers. The mags look like American Racing Torque Thursts. This GTO is fully tuned on the game and knocks down 670hp! Yes, the tires do smoke! I have another 64 in Skyline Blue (stock) and two 2004's, one fully tuned (775hp) Torrid Red and the other one stock Impluse Blue." CLICK->
Another shot of Chris' Silvermist Gray 1964 GTO sport coupe from the game Gran Turismo 4. CLICK->
Gran Turismo 4 Silvermist Gray 1964 GTO sport coupe, left side view. CLICK->
Here is a shot of a stock Skyline Blue 1964 GTO Sport Coupe which can be raced in Gran Turismo 4. CLICK->
Right rear view of Chris' stock Skyline Blue 1964 GTO Sport Coupe from the Gran Turismo 4 game. CLICK->
Aquamarine 1964 GTO hardtop with Redline tires and spinner hubcaps. It has options such as maplight, lamp group, vanity mirror, and backup lights. It was purchased new in Pennsylvania and now it's for sale in
Oceanside, California. CLICK->
Aquamarine 1964 GTO hardtop, front end view. CLICK->
It's got a 78XW code 389ci engine with #715 cylinder heads and the original Carter AFB 4-V carburetor. It was overhauled and blueprinted, compression is 9.3 to 1 and makes over 300 HP and 425 Ft. Lbs. of torque at 3000 rpm. This engine is linked to an M-20 wide-ratio 4-speed transmission and a 3.23 Safety-Trac Posi rear end. CLICK->
This shot is during it's frame-off restoration. The body and frame were stripped with high pressure baking soda. CLICK->
Marimba Red 1964 GTO convertible owned by Barry Bland from Washington. Here's what Barry had to say, "I bought this car 2 days ago from a collector that said he just didn't have enough time to restore it. It is all original except for the tires. 133,649 miles the way she sits, but beginning in January of 2003 I will begin a frame off restoration to this car. When I was fresh out of high school in 1980, I had a '64 hardtop that I did a resto complete on. When that car drove away when I sold it, I cried.... didn't stop till 2 days ago. There is not another car in the world that I would rather own than this one. I will never sell it and it will never leave the posession of my family. I will make sure of that in my will. I have my faith (Christianity) a beautiful wife, the three best kids in the world and my GTO. pinch me, I think I've died and gone to heaven!" CLICK->
A site visitor from Denton, Texas sent in these pictures of his gray 1964 GTO convertible with a black top. The car took 2nd place in the Nationals stock division. I like the style of his garage too. CLICK->
Gray 1964 GTO convertible, front end view. The car has the normal 1964 GTO hood scoops which were not really hood scoops at all. They were only hood decorations that year. They were not opened up to allow air to enter the engine compartment. They were chromed potmetal for "looks" only. PICTURE SET CONTINUED ON NEXT PAGE ...
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