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Alamo Beige 1964 GTO hardtop, left front view. The data plate says Trim 214 which is for the black interior. It also says Paint R-2 which means R=Alamo Beige and 2=black vinyl top. CLICK->
Alamo Beige 1964 GTO hardtop, engine view. Nice. It has the 389ci 325hp 4 bbl engine (code 79J), with a 2-speed automatic transmission, and a 3.23 safe-T-Track (Posi) rear end (code K). CLICK->
Teal 1964 GTO that was owned by John C. John tells us this story, "I picked this car up in Central Jersey back in 1988. It was a 4-speed Tri-Power car. Only Power steering. The best part about this Goat was that is was dent and rust free. No numbers match on drive train though. Sad part was I had to trade it a few months later for financial reasons and I already had two other GTO's I was building at the time. It's been over 12 years now since I have seen it. I lost track of it when the guy I traded it to moved. I tryed to buy it back from him two years later when I found out he was moving, but he didn't want to sell. Then I found out two years after he moved, he sold the Goat to someone else. I was just wondering if this Goat is still out there somewhere." CLICK->
Brian Catania picked up this 1964 GTO project. Brian tells us, "I purchased this off a farm in Northern California for 3000.00, matching numbers 389, four speed, with no options, but all there and orginal. It had two inches of mud and rust over entire car. The dash was vandalized and rusted, with a '65 grab bar and dash pad. See what a little water and a brillo pad can do! Hoping to finish restoring by early spring." Did you spot the car in the background? Yes, that's a GTO too. Click here to see Brian's 1967 GTO. CLICK->
Here's the interior in Brian's project 1964 GTO. It has a wooden 1965 Custom Sports steering wheel. CLICK->
It looks like Brian has done a lot of work under the hood of his 1964 GTO. CLICK->
She's done and she's Montero Red. Nice job, Brian. CLICK->
Montero Red 1964 GTO hardtop, left front view. CLICK->
Montero Red 1964 GTO hardtop, front end view. CLICK->
Montero Red 1964 GTO hardtop in the foreground. That's a Montero Red 1965 LeMans (GTO clone) in the background. Click here to see more pictures of this car using the Advanced Picture Searcher loaded with model=LeMans, year=1965, and owner=Brian Catania. CLICK->
Montero Red 1964 GTO hardtop, interior view. CLICK->
Montero Red 1964 GTO hardtop, engine view. CLICK->
White 1964 GTO hardtop found for sale on the internet in April, 2004. It was described as an original 4-speed, 389 V8 car with the original interior and all original body panels. CLICK->
White 1964 GTO hardtop, front end view. This is a mean looking view. CLICK->
White 1964 GTO hardtop, rear end view. This car was originally painted Cameo Ivory with a Aquamarine painted top. It's described as a pearl white now. PICTURE SET CONTINUED ON NEXT PAGE ...
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