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Another left front view of Don's Saddle Bronze 1964 GTO hardtop. CLICK->
Saddle Bronze 1964 GTO hardtopm, left rear view. CLICK->
The interior is light saddle in color. CLICK->
Marimba Red 1964 GTO sport coupe owned by Henry Rhodes from Manhattan, Illinois. Henry tells us, "My father bought the car in the summer of 1986 to replace his first car (1964 Tempest destroyed in the early 80s) for a father and son project when I was 7. We are the third owners of the rust free all original 1964 GTO. I grew up learning how to work on cars because of this one. It was handed down to me a few years ago and my sons will get it when they get older... THANKS DAD!" CLICK->
The Marimba Red 1964 convertible is Henry's Dad's car. CLICK->
Marimba Red 1964 GTO sport coupe in the garage. For 1964, some side mirrors are mounted on the doors, some are mounted forward of that location on the front fenders. I wonder why there is a difference? CLICK->
A GTO with TRIPOWER! CLICK->
Marimba Red 1964 GTO convertible owned by Chris Rhodes from New Lexon, Illinois. Chris tells us, "I bought the car as a project five years ago and finished the frame off resto a few years back. I finished the car with 17-inch American Racing wheels, Tri-Power, and a 4-speed. The car has been a blast!" CLICK->
Two Marimba Red 1964 GTOs. A father-son pair. CLICK->
1964 Tempest sport coupe owned by Henry Rhodes. Henry tells us, "I built this 1964 Tempest a few years ago for my Dad's 50th birthday. It is an exact replica of his first car. It was a surprise when I pulled up his driveway at his birthday party with this on the trailer!" CLICK->
It has a big cowl hood and the rear is raised high in the air. Check out the muffler exiting out under the door. CLICK->
Red 1964 Tempest Sport Coupe, left rear view. CLICK->
A 64 Tempest and Henry's son. His shirt says, "Hello, my name is TROUBLE." CLICK->
Henry Rhodes bought this real 1964 GTO a few years ago in pieces. He then sold the car to a friend who restored it and sold it again to someone in Canada. CLICK->
Right rear view of Henry's find. The trunk lid has some surface rust on it. The body appears to be straight. PICTURE SET CONTINUED ON NEXT PAGE ...
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