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Silvermist Gray 1964 LeMans Sport Coupe, right side view. CLICK->
Another cool shot of this Silvermist Gray 1964 LeMans Sport Coupe. CLICK->
Harold Hager is working on his red 1964 GTO hardtop. Harold explains, "Well the 389 went bad and could not be saved! So The Goat got a new heart 455, a new 4-speed, and new 355 rear end gears." CLICK->
Here is a close-up of that new 455ci engine. CLICK->
Vintage picture of Carl Bradley's Aquamarine 1964 GTO convertible taken in the mid 1960s. Carl tells us more "This is the way she looked back when. Unfortunately, not now - but maybe someday. I bought it brand new in May 1964 in Ft. Smith, Arkansas. I even have the cancelled check that was written for the first license tag. It is a 389 4bbl with Muncie 4 speed with the round stick Hurst." CLICK->
Red 1964 GTO convertible owned by Dave Standifer from Wichita, Kansas. What a great looking car. The GTO is considered to be the first true muscle car. Pontiac decided to put a big engine into an intermediate-sized vehicle. And the rest is history. CLICK->
Red 1964 GTO convertible, right rear view. There were very few modern-style safety features on these cars besides seatbelts. No air bag, no all-wheel drive, no anti-lock brakes, no OnStar.
Take a look at this '64 Goat Muscle Car Bar (TM) that Tony Briski created. Tony tells us, "It is made of quarter inch polished diamondplate and aluminum extrusions. It has new redline and a pretty good hubcap. I made the hood nose on my English wheel." CLICK->
Nice looking 1964 GTO bar. CLICK->
Behind the front fender are chrome valve covers and Tri-Power carbs. CLICK->
The back is pretty cool too. Tony continues, "The drawer pulls are '64 Goat handles. It has a diamondplate reefer and a 32 bottle wine cooler." CLICK->
Another shot with the wine cooler and frig open. CLICK->
On top, Tony put some magazine ads and real 1964 GTO parts under the glass top. CLICK->
Attached to this side of the bar are a 1964 GTO tail light and corner panel along with a chrome exhaust splitter. CLICK->
Have you ever seen the Tiger Paw tires from Uniroyal? Ever wonder how they got that name? They were standard equipment on the GTO tiger in 1964! Here's a magazine ad for those tires! Linda Raffield sent this one in.
Here's a comment from a recent visitor...
Says Rex Cummings (rexcummings.@aermfg.com) - "This is a great site for the person who loves to dream about the old days. I swear I've seen my old Goat here many times!!!"