Ultimate Pontiac GTO Picture Site for 1964 through 2007 G.T.O. Goats! All with thumbnail images.
The Ultimate Pontiac GTO Picture Site
by Sean Mattingly.
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1964 Pontiac GTOs.    Lot 30 of 50.
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CLICK-> hideaways [an error occurred while processing this directive] Here are the hideaways with all the trim added. This is a smooth custom look. The fabricators made the finished product true to the artist's conception.
CLICK-> Custom 64 GTO Engine [an error occurred while processing this directive] Custom 1964 GTO, engine view. That is a Ram Jet 502 with a 6-speed gearbox to back it up.
CLICK-> Fuse Panel [an error occurred while processing this directive] Shot of the custom fuse box.
CLICK-> Custom 1964 GTO Truck [an error occurred while processing this directive] The trunk is finished in tan leather and carpet. The trunk light is a nice touch.
CLICK-> Custom 1964 GTO [an error occurred while processing this directive] Finished shot of this Custom 1964 GTO hardtop. Chad Haas sent these shots in. Chad comments, "The design of this 1964 GTO combines a street rod influence with classic muscle-car appeal. The stock lines were revised in order to create an elegant and understated performance appearance."
CLICK-> 1964 GTO Interior [an error occurred while processing this directive] Custom 1964 GTO, interior view.See the script on the dash that says "Fearless Boogie"? That is from a ZZ Top song called "Fearless Boogie". In the song, they reference a Pontiac. Here are the lyrics...
Call me a pretty boy
They call me a saint
They call me a sinner
It's gonna be the same
Now I'm not afraid
And I'm not afear
I ain't gonna lose it
And I'm not scare
To do the fearless boogie
To do the fearless boogie
Smokin' fearless boogie
Until it's gone
They call me a Pontiac
The red in my neck
They call me a Cadillac
They call me a wreck
Now I'm not afraid
And I'm not scare
Now I ain't gonna lose it
No, I'm not afear
And do the fearless boogie
To do the fearless boogie
Smokin? fearless boogie
Until it's gone
(third verse not given)
They call me a lover
They call me a fool
They call me a winner
They call me a mule
Do the fearless boogie
Do the fearless boogie
Smokin? fearless boogie
Until it's gone, gone, gone
(ad lib)
The song appears on the ZZ Top album called "XXX" which was released in 1999.
CLICK-> Custom 1964 GTO [an error occurred while processing this directive] Custom 1964 GTO, rear end view. The taillights were grafted from a 1965 Buick Skylark.
CLICK-> hideaways [an error occurred while processing this directive] Custom 1964 GTO with hideaways open. This one feature makes the car cool. However, the designers did not stop there. The car is cool all the way around!

CLICK-> Green 1964 GTO Convertible [an error occurred while processing this directive] Pinehurst Green 1964 GTO convertible, left front view. This car still has the original carbs, transmission and rear axle. It also has a remote control outside rear view mirror, power top, Rally clock, and a working AM radio. It wears 17 inch 5-spoke retro alloy wheels with performance radial tires.
CLICK-> Green 1964 GTO Convertible [an error occurred while processing this directive] Pinehurst Green 1964 GTO convertible, right rear view.
CLICK-> Green 1964 GTO Convertible [an error occurred while processing this directive] Close-up of the front end of this Pinehurst Green 1964 GTO convertible. You don't see this color very much.
CLICK-> 1964 GTO Interior [an error occurred while processing this directive] Pinehurst Green 1964 GTO convertible, interior view.
CLICK-> 1964 GTO Tri-Power [an error occurred while processing this directive] Pinehurst Green 1964 GTO convertible, Tri-power engine view.
CLICK-> 1964 GTO Dataplate [an error occurred while processing this directive] This is the dataplate on the firewall of this Pinehurst Green 1964 GTO convertible. Let's decode it! 64 is for the 1964 model year. The first 2 is for Pontiac. The second 2 is for the LeMans and GTO models. The 67 is for the convertible body style. PO is for the Pontiac Michigan assembly plant. 8890 is the sequential unit number for that assembly line. 214 is for the black interior. J is the Pinehurst Green paint. 2 is for a black convertible top. You can decode VINs by using the UltimateGTO.com Stats Explorer (tm). Give it a try with any year of VIN.
CLICK-> Green 1964 GTO Convertible [an error occurred while processing this directive] This is the window sticker for the car. Look at that large list of options. It shows the all important, "Gran Turismo Omologato" option which cost a whopping $295.90.
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