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Shot of the cleaned up tail panel of Rick's 1964 GTO convertible project. CLICK->
Rick installed new trunk floor pans. CLICK->
Silvermist Gray 1964 GTO convertible when it was for sale on the internet way back in 2004 in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida. It had a black interior, black convertible top, and red pinstripes. CLICK->
Silvermist Gray 1964 GTO convertible, left rear view. CLICK->
Silvermist Gray 1964 GTO convertible, front end (down low) view. This is a mean looking view. CLICK->
Silvermist Gray 1964 GTO convertible, interior view. That's a 4-speed close ratio manual tranmission. It's also got the woodgrained Custom Sport steering wheel. CLICK->
The far right instrument pod holds this optional Rally Tachometer. The engine is currently idling at about 1,500 RPM. Well... Maybe not idling. That red needle is moveable with the knob in the center. Many times the red line is set to mark 5,500 RPM. You use the red line to mark your maximum shift point while racing through the gears. You don't want to rev beyond the redline and blow up the engine! CLICK->
This 1965 GTO has redline tires and Deluxe Wheel Discs (hubcaps). CLICK->
We got a 389 Tri-power under the hood. The engine is running. It came from the factory with the standard 4bbl 325HP engine. CLICK->
This is one of the brightest red paint colors you can buy. Porsche Red 1964 GTO Sport Coupe owned by Ryan Garabrandt from New Philadelphia, Ohio. CLICK->
White 1964 GTO hardtop from Dave Minners. It has a black vinyl top, a black interior, a 1968 428/375hp engine, and 4-speed transmission. Those are aftermarket wheels. Nothing wrong with that. If it's your GTO, put on whatever wheels you like! CLICK->
Black 1964 GTO convertible owned by Michael Fok. His parents bought yhis new in California back in 1964. It's all stock except for engine, wheels and tires. The wheels are American Racing Torq Thrust II 17x8 with 4.75" backspacing. The tires are 235/45/17 all around.
Black 1964 GTO convertible, right side view. I don't tend to favor the '64 bodystyle over the other years. But I certainly would NOT mind being seen in this black car. I think the wheels jazz up the looks just the right amount. CLICK->
Nocturne Blue 1964 GTO Sport Coupe owned by Joe Rinal from Doylestown, Ohio. Joe adds, "It has a 389 4-barrel, 4-speed, and 3.23 Safe-T-Trac rearend. I bought it in December 2002. I am planning a frame off, but I'm having too much fun driving it. It's no trailer queen! It goes through lots of rear tires!" CLICK->
Nocturne Blue 1964 GTO Sport Coupe, left rear view. Jacked up!