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It has the 389ci 4-bbl engine. The engine is running! CLICK->
Gray 1964 Tempest sport coupe owned by Randy from Waukesha, Wisconsin. It has a 1971 455ci engine, 400 transmission with 2800 stall, all auto meter gauges, and MSD 6a 2step mod. CLICK->
Check out this 1964 Tempest that Nathan Luck just purchased. Nathan tells us more, "My brother called me on a Saturday night about a month ago, and I bought it the next morning. No rust holes (just surface rust) on body. It has three pencil size holes in trunk and one spot by the pedals that has a 12x12-inch patch. I have a 383 Chevy out of my stock car that I'm re-camming for the street. I picked up a 400 trans that was just rebuilt. It already has a 411 Posi in a 12-bolt. I hit eBay pretty hard and am switching to 4-wheel disc from a 2002 LS1 Camaro. I have to run 16-inch rims with those brakes so I picked up a set of American Racing Torq-Thrust. I have new seat covers ordered and will be replacing complete interior this winter. I probably won't get to the actual body work until after I get to drive it as a sleeper for next summer. I am still looking for bumpers." CLICK->
This car is sitting on a trailer. The sides look great. I wonder what's hidden under the paint. CLICK->
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The rear quarter has the Tempest Custom emblems. CLICK->
It has a bench seat. CLICK->NEW POST Ivory White 1964 GTO convertible owned by Marty Cieslak from Centennial, Colorado. He purchased it from the 2nd owner in Pueblo Colorado back in 2001. He has since restored it back to original. It has a 389ci V8 4bbl, and a 4-speed manual transmission. CLICK->NEW POST Under the hood is a 389ci V8 engine. It has a 4 barrel carb. CLICK->NEW POST The interior is black. It has a center console and a 4-speed manual transmission. CLICK->NEW POST What's in the trunk? A spare tire and a knee saver pad for wax'in. Check out the power antenna assembly under the passenger side fender. CLICK->NEW POST Yorktown Blue 1964 GTO sport coupe owned by Jeff Lovich from Flagstaff, Arizona. Jeff tells us more, "I bought it in 1978 for $1,200 from an ad in the Washington Post. The car was a super clean foundation and I decided to option it out the way I would have ordered a car new. Options include (among others), Tripower with super rare 64-only mechanical linkage, four speed, console, wood wheel, tilt column, vacuum gauge, tach, rear defroster, padded dash, reverb, four way flashers, spinners, splitters, posi, power antenna, AM/FM from a 65 GTO, power steering, power brakes, underhood lamp, reel out trunk light, and soon to be added, power seat and map light. I drove the car daily back in the 1970s and 80s including using it to get to the woods in deer season back in Virginia! My wife and I had our first date in the car so it has sentimental value to us." Jeff also owns a Grenadier Red 1964 GTO hardtop. CLICK->NEW POST Left side view of Jeff's Yorktown Blue 1964 GTO sport coupe. Awesome! CLICK->NEW POST Examine the detail in this engine compartment. This one has a mechanical linkage. Jeff adds, "The engine is the original but now fresh 389 bored 0.030 with forged H-beam rods, Ross dished pistons, screw in studs, and a hydraulic cam with specs similar to the factory Ram Air one grind." CLICK->NEW POST Jeff says that the interior is original except for the carpet and repainting the top of the dash.