1964 GTO hardtop pic #1 check out the custom hood scoop. This color is Iris Mist. In 2001, this car was featured in the new "Cruisin" magazine for the 6th time. The new version of this car has won about 75 trophies, only 2 of which are 2nd place. It took second at the 1996 (?) Denver Nationals. Paul Freund JR gave this car custom "iRiS mIsT w/a tWiSt paint, purple and white leather interior, custom console including a color TV/VCR, neon lights, T/A Tipped exhaust, Torque Twister 2 Rims (16's front/ 17's back), and a big 500hp engine.
1964 GTO hardtop purplish pic #2 left side view. Iris Mist. That must be one of the finest paint flavors. The car has polished aluminum wheels. Unlike the gold car at the beginning of the 1964 "Lots", this car has an outside rearview mirror that is mounted on the door. CLICK->
1964 GTO hardtop purplish pic #3 engine view. Even the block and hose fittings are purple (or Iris Mist). The hoses are braided. Might as well customize it. There is even a chrome ignition coil mounted on the firewall. CLICK->
Blue 1964 GTO hardtop pic #0 in-progress from Mike Donahoe. On this website, we like to see pictures of restorations in progress. It helps others learn how to do a restoration. Most other websites have only pictures of shiny showcars. But there's more to the hobby than that. We feature cars in all phases of repair. Send in your pre-restoration pics today! CLICK->
Car, found in a barn, makes it to the paint shop! 1964 GTO needs help #1 front right from Mike Donahoe. Looks like it was red when he got it. Look at the grille. The "G" in "GTO" is crooked. Casual observers may look at this sad photo as a hopeless rusty mess. GTO fanatics see this as a complete car worth restoring! CLICK->
1964 GTO needs help #2 trunk area from Mike Donahoe. Looks like an original redline tire on a Rally II rim. CLICK->
1964 GTO needs help #3 engine mayhem from Mike Donahoe. A few missing wires and some additional leaves. CLICK->
1964 GTO needs help #4 sad engine from Mike Donahoe. And more leaves. CLICK->
1964 GTO needs help #5 brake rotor with leaves from Mike Donahoe. Here are some of Sean's book recommendations...
1964 GTO needs help #6 rear decay from Mike Donahoe. And a cool license plate from 1964! CLICK->
1964 GTO needs help #7 front droopiness from Mike Donahoe. CLICK->
1964 GTO needs help #8 suspension birds nest from Mike Donahoe. CLICK->
1964 GTO needs help #9 sparse interior from Mike Donahoe. CLICK->
This website is full of goats. GTO's that is. But here are two goats being transported. They've got their own travel bags!
How about some stupid goat jokes?
* What do you call an unemployed goat? Billy Idol.
* What do you call a goat at sea? Billy Ocean.
* What do you call a spastic goat? Billy the kid.
* What do you call a goat that lip syncs? Billy-Vanilli.
GOAT FOR DINNER
The young couple invited their aged parson for Sunday dinner.
While they were in the kitchen preparing the meal, the minister asked their son what they were having. "Goat," the little boy replied.
"Goat?" replied the startled man of the cloth, "Are you sure about that?" "Yep," said the youngster. "I heard Pa say to Ma, "Might as well have the old goat for dinner today as any other day?"
Well, a man was driving down a country road, and he decided to get out and get some fresh air. He got out, and started walking in a meadow. As he walked, he came upon a hole. Wanting to see how deep it was, he threw a pebble down. No sound. So he threw a medium-sized rock down. No sound. The man started to get frustrated, so he threw a boulder down. No sound. As he searched about, he spotted a railroad beam. He hauled it over to the hole, and shoved it in. No sound. He sat down on the ground, exhausted. Suddenly, he saw a goat running at him, full speed. He leaped up, and it brushed past him, and fell in the hole. He listened, but there was no sound. He sat down again. A few minutes later, a farmer came walking up. The man asked him, How deep is this hole? The farmer said, Oh. Thats the bottomless pit. It never ends. Say, have you seen my prize goat? The man, not wanting to get the blame, said, No. The farmer said, Oh well. He can't get far. He was tied to a railroad beam.
Blue 1964 GTO tri-power convertible owned by John Lalli. This baby has a bright white interior and a Tri-Power engine under the hood. PICTURE SET CONTINUED ON NEXT PAGE ...