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Just like the song, "...Three deuces, a four-speed, and a 389..." This GTO has them all! It's also got the Custom Sport steering wheel and manifold vacuum gauge on the console. CLICK->
An "Artsy" photo of a red 1964 GTO taken by Stephan Wright at the Automobilia Moonlite carshow in the Oldtown District of Wichita Kansas the night of July 12th 2003. CLICK->
Jewel and Michael Chiklis walk the runway alongside a Silver 1964 GTO sport coupe at the General Motors' 2nd annual ten fashon show, March 18, 2003. This fashion show celebrated 75 years of film imagery and GM design. GM ten benefits several celebrity charities and the American Breast Cancer Association.
1964 Tempest Safari Custom owned by Dave & Cheryl Sproul from Mahomet, Illinois. The Sproul's comment, "It was originally equipped with a 326/3-speed manual, but now has a '76 Pontiac 350/TH350 combo with factory A/C. The brakes have been upgraded to power front disc/rear drum. It has a quick-ratio power steering box and HD front swaybar from a Trans Am, a '64 GTO rear swaybar, 17' wheels and has been lowered 2 inches. The car is originally from Texas, so rust is minimal. Our plans include a repaint in bright red w/tinted windows and grey/red two-tone interior w/bucket seats and handbuilt center console. This car replaced our white-over-red 2-door 6cyl Tempest that is pictured in the '64 gallery. That car now has a new owner in North Carolina." CLICK->
Black 1964 GTO convertible owned by Joe Beeman. That's Joe's 1969 Judge next to it. Joe tells us, "I found this 1964 GTO two years ago next to a house. It had been covered with tarps for 2 or 3 years. It had not been running for 4 or 5 years. I stripped it down to metal and then had it painted. I refinished the inside of car (with help). I replaced the tri-power with a fresh one." CLICK->
Black 1964 GTO convertible, interior view. CLICK->
Red 1964 GTO hardtop with a Tripower. This picture was taken at the 2003 Cruisin OC car show in Maryland. Nice license plate. CLICK->
Another nice red 1964 GTO hardtop. A site visitor spotted it while at a store in Greenville, South Carolina. CLICK->
Great vintage pictures of Daniel Pivano's white 1964 GTO hardtop. Daniel tells us, "Proud Mary was bought in the summer of '69. Stock she runs the 1/4 in 13.7 sec. After beating a '66 GTO at Great Meadows Speedway in north New Jersey, I was asked what modifications were done to her. 'None and thats the truth,' I responded to him. He still did not believe me." CLICK->
Here's the stock 389 that Daniel had under the hood of his white 164 GTO hardtop. CLICK->
Here's a couple more vintage pictures of Daniel Pivano's white 1964 GTO hardtop. Looks like he cut out some of his grille for better breathing. It's shown sitting next to a Willy's Jeep. Look at the oil cans on the metal rack off to the right (first picture) - you don't see those anymore. In the image to the right Daniel is working on his GTO before a Sunday race at the Great Meadows Island Dragway in New Jersey back in 1967.
Daniel says that these two pics of 'Proud Mary', were taken at the old Tidewater Oil Co. "Flying A" gas station.
Vintage picture of Daniel's white 1964 GTO at their country getaway in upstate New York. This is a snowy scene, and this car was no stranger to snow.
Here is the Win Ticket that Daniel received at Island Dragway, Great
Meadows, New Jersey back in 1969. It shows his 1964 GTO finishing the 1/4 mile in 13.795 seconds at 93.26 mph. CLICK->
Alamo Beige 1964 GTO hardtop found for sale on the internet in Atlanta, Georgia. In 1964 those hood scoops were non-functional. Options are power steering, power brakes, push button original
AM radio (not working), inside tilt mirror (not connected) - not sure what that means, Custom Sports Steering Wheel, power driver's bucket seat, dual speed wipers with washer, and front seat belts. PICTURE SET CONTINUED ON NEXT PAGE ...