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Aquamarine 1964 GTO sport coupe, right front view. She's not in your way, is she? CLICK->
Mmm! Aquamarine 1964 GTO sport coupe, interior view. CLICK->
There is now a Tri-Power under the hood. The car originally came with a 4 barrel. CLICK->
Here is the data plate for the Aquamarine 1964 GTO sport coupe. CLICK->
We don't get to see this color very often. It is an Alamo Beige 1964 GTO Sport Coupe owned by Timothy Kingcade from Miami Beach, Florida. This has a two tone paint. It has a gold painted top. CLICK->
Alamo Beige 1964 GTO Sport Coupe, right front view. CLICK->
Alamo Beige 1964 GTO Sport Coupe, right rear view. This shot really shows off the contrast between the car paint and the gold top paint. CLICK->
Alamo Beige 1964 GTO Sport Coupe, left rear view. CLICK->
Alamo Beige 1964 GTO Sport Coupe, interior view. It has manual transmission. The car also has air conditioning, a console, vacuum gauge, in-dash tach, and Custom Sport wood steering wheel. CLICK->
Alamo Beige 1964 GTO Sport Coupe, engine view. The car has a few custom changes. Here we see a K&N air cleaner and some Edelbrock parts. CLICK->
Charles McClellan Jr. owns this 1964 GTO. Charles tells us, "I am a die hard Pontiac fanatic. After buying my red '67 Tempest convertible, I was introduced to a woman whose father was said to have raced Pontiacs in mid Michigan. She told me he passed on and left two GTOs - a '64 and a '65. Curious, I asked to take a look. The '64 was a Tri-Powered 389 car. It was in good condition for its age. It had drag time slips in the glove box - a couple 12 sec. and a 10 sec qtr mile. The '65 GTO was a disaster. I talked my bottom off and got her to sell me the '64, '65,and 7 Pontiac motors and a ton of parts for $4,500. It all goes to show that in this case, one woman's trash is a Pontiac man's treasure." CLICK->
Side view of Charles' 1964 GTO hardtop. CLICK->
Grenadier Red 1964 GTO hardtop owned by Dean Prevolos from Naples, Florida. Dean had this to share, "I purchased this car from the Canton, Ohio area in February 2007. The car has 34,421 miles on the odometer - the seller claims it to be original. The car was bought by a dealer from an estate. Although the car was painted once, all of the numbers matched the PHS documents. The car runs great and will be a pleasure to take to future car shows. This is my first GOAT and I look forward to many years of enjoyment." CLICK->
Grenadier Red 1964 GTO hardtop, right side view. This one has Redline tires mounted on Rally I wheels. CLICK->
There is a Tri-Power engine under the hood! This Goat has the optional hood lamp. The switch is just off to the right of the light up high on the firewall. PICTURE SET CONTINUED ON NEXT PAGE ...
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