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The inside of the trunk lid still has the jacking instructions. Looks like it was a shade of blue originally. I wonder if it came with an interior? CLICK->
There is a bit of rot around the rear wheel opening. It has a set of Rally II wheels! CLICK->
Henry Rhodes has owned many 64s. Check this one out. Henry explains, "I bought it on eBay a few years ago. I drove to Connecticut to pick this cream puff up. What was supposed to be a pinhole rust spot in the frame ended up with about 1/4 of the frame gone. I sold it locally to someone who is doing a frame off resto currently." CLICK->
Under the hood is a 6-cylinder engine. The license plate says, "64 Touch of Class" CLICK->
Top of the bumper looks pretty bad. CLICK->
The interior isn't too bad. CLICK->
This is a vintage shot of Chad Mohr and his buddies sipp'in soda at the beach with Chad's Saddle Bronze 1964 Tempest Sport Coupe. Chad tells us more, "This was my first car. Needless to say, we did a lot of partying with it. This picture was taken the last day of school our Senior year about 30 minutes before the local County Sheriff busted us. May something, 1987." They must have gotten in trouble for parking on the beach??? CLICK->
Nocturne Blue 1964 GTO convertible owned by Bob Williams from Kansas City, Missouri. Bob tells us more, "When I got this 64; none of the electrical worked, the carburetor would flood whenever it was parked going up hill, it would overheat, and a lot more was not right. However, the body is straight as a laser and it had PHS papers. My little GTO is now almost perfect. The only thing I have to do is repaint the dash. It should be black. When I step on the gas, this little baby will throw you in the back seat, just like the one I had in high school. Ah! To be 16 again!" CLICK->
Nocturne Blue 1964 GTO convertible, right side view. This Goat has a white top and a white gut. CLICK->
Check out the white and black interior. CLICK->
View of the interior from the passenger side door. CLICK->
Wallace Bow sent us this photo of the date stamp under the right front fender of a 1964 GTO he is restoring. It says, "2nd Shift Final DEC 12
1963." Wallace tells us more, "Chuck Romero ordered this car on November 11th, 1963 and has been the only owner ever since. We're currently helping him with a full rotisserie restoration". It's an early Goat, but two months after the first one built. Here is a build sheet for the first GTO built. CLICK->
Silvermist Gray 1964 GTO sport coupe owned by Christopher Borger from Anchorage, Alaska! Christopher says, "I purchased this summer 2009 from Hawaii. There was no history provided with the car but appears to be a low mileage survivor." It still has the Hawaii plates. Check out the awesome Alaska background! CLICK->
Close-up of the front grille on Christopher's Silvermist Gray 1964 GTO sport coupe. Awesome! CLICK->
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