An old photo. This Midnight Blue 1964 GTO hardtop is owned by Chad Warkentin from McLoud, Oklahoma. Chad tells us, "It's hard to believe I have had this car 20 years now. I bought it in 1986 when I was 16 for $310. Restored in 1988, served as my show car, then daily driver through college. The car as it sits now is covered in 1/4 inch of dust and has no engine or transmission. The steel hood is hanging on the wall where it will stay and be replaced with fiberglass. Original 64 hoods sell for big bucks and are getting harder to find if I wrecked it. The one positive of it all is the garage it sleeps in is air conditioned and stays dry all year. Both my GTO's will see the drag strip and I'm not afraid to drive them. Plans are to install a 428 with ported E-heads, Richmond 5 spd and 3 inch exhaust. The rear end is Chevy 12 bolt Posi and 3.55 gears. The wheels shown are long gone and will install custom billet Boyd 17" wheels. PS: My 69 year old dad drives a Torrid Red 05 A4 with SAP. Talk about getting the looks and grins from the kids." We have pictures of Chad's Spice Red 2006 GTO. Click here to see them using our Advanced Picture Searcher loaded with model=GTO, year=2006, and owner=Chad Warkentin. CLICK->
Daniel Sadey is restoring this 1964 GTO hardtop. Daniel had this to say, "I had this GTO for 19 years. I finally have the time and money to get it done! It's an original 4-speed AC car. It's going to get a total make over into a resto mod. The engine is a '68 400ci with a 65 Tri-Ppower and a 9-inch grafted into the rear. I have a ton of original parts that are to be sold for 64/65 Goat. If any needs any parts please contact me." CLICK->
More shots of the progress Daniel is making. Looks like he is fitting the fenders and grinding on the firewall. CLICK->
He has the doors and trunk mounted for a test fit too. CLICK->
Some people paint with the all the panels on the car, others paint with them separately. CLICK->
These 64 GTOs had exterior paint on the interior as well. CLICK->
This is a two tone 1964 GTO sport coupe. It is painted Skyline Blue on the bottom and Nocturne Blue on the top. It wears a set of Coker Uniroyal 'Tiger Paw' tires mounted on wheels with Deluxe spinner hub caps.
Skyline Blue 1964 GTO sport coupe, front end view. CLICK->
Skyline Blue 1964 GTO sport coupe, interior view. CLICK->
Close-up of the instruments show an optional tach in the far right pod. CLICK->
Skyline Blue 1964 GTO sport coupe, back seat view. CLICK->
This car was orignally a 4 barrel. It was converted to a Tri-Power. This is connected to an M-21 4-speed manual transmission and a Safe-T-Trak 3.55 rear end. CLICK->
Skyline Blue 1964 GTO sport coupe, trunk view. CLICK->
Here is the order sheet for this 1964 GTO. CLICK->
This is one sharp looking Gulfstream Aqua 1964 GTO convertible. It has a Tri-Power engine and a 4-speed manual transmission. PICTURE SET CONTINUED ON NEXT PAGE ...
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