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The front fender of this white 1964 GTO has this cool GTO emblem. This emblem was used from 1964 through 1968. It was used for both the 389ci and 400ci engines. CLICK->
White 1964 GTO hardtop, dash view. This one has the woodgrained Custom Sport steering wheel, a 4-speed manual transmission, and a console. There has been aftermarket period Stewart Warner gauges installed under the dash that show oil pressure, vacuum, and water temperature. CLICK->
White 1964 GTO hardtop, interior view. Those are aqua seats. There was also a darker blue interior offered in 1964. Bucket seats are standard in the 1964 GTO. The carpet should be aqua too. This one appears to be black CLICK->
White 1964 GTO hardtop, engine view. CLICK->
Here is the VIN number plate for this 1964 GTO. It is located on the left (driver's side) door pillar. This one has been painted over. Someone has sanded it to reveal the numbers. The 8 stands for a V8 engine. The 2 stands for the LeMans/GTO model. The 4 is for the 1964 model year. The P is for the Baltimore assembly plant. And the 262402 is the sequential unit number. CLICK->
Here is the data plate for this white 1964 GTO hardtop. The trim number says 217 which stands for the aqua interior. The paint is C-P which means a two tone Cameo Ivory paint with a Aquamarine painted roof top. Note how the data plate is permanently attached with rivets. CLICK->
Torch Red 1964 GTO sport coupe found for sale on the internet. The car originally came equipped with a 389 cubic inch and an automatic. After it's frame off, it got a 428ci Tri-power engine with a 4-speed manual transmission. CLICK->
Torch Red 1964 GTO sport coupe, front end view. This one is missing the chrome hood scoop inserts. CLICK->
Torch Red 1964 GTO sport coupe, right rear view. CLICK->
Here's a shot of the black interior in this Torch Red 1964 GTO sport coupe. CLICK->
There's a 428ci Tri-power engine under the hood. CLICK->
This is how Rick Hediger found his 1964 GTO convertible project car. Rick tells this story, "This was my high school car. We sold it about 16 years ago to buy a new house. After watching it sit in a field for 10 years, we contacted the owner and bought it back. The best part is we bought it back with the original motor." CLICK->
Rick's 1964 GTO convertible project is back in his garage for a restoration. Here is the frame. That is one organized garage. Rick continues, "It will be a long road but, there are a lot of good memories with this car. CLICK->
1964 GTO convertible project (frame). CLICK->
Rick grinds on the seam if his new rear fender. Got to make it nice and smooth. PICTURE SET CONTINUED ON NEXT PAGE ...
Here's a comment from a recent visitor...
Says Paul Alexander Klopf (paul.klopf.@dewr.gov.au) - "I own the Australian version of the new GTO and simply they have nothing on the originals. Thanks for your help mate."