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Alamo Beige 1964 GTO hardtop, right front view. This Goat wears a set of shiny Rally I wheels. CLICK->
Say "Hi" to Goatgirl. Here is Cynthia with her Alamo Beige 1964 GTO hardtop. CLICK->
Alamo Beige 1964 GTO hardtop, interior view. CLICK->
Someone has a GTO tattoo. Is this Cynthia's husband, Derek? CLICK->
This awesome black 1964 GTO Sport Coupe is owned by Kent Churchill from Red Oak, Iowa. It was our Picture Of The Week for 7/1/07. Click here to see more pictures of Kent's Goat with the help of the Advanced Picture Searcher loaded with year=1964, model=GTO, owner=Kent Churchill. CLICK->
This Triple Black 1964 GTO convertble was seen at the 2007 GTOAA International Convention held June 26th through the 30th in Columbus Ohio. This was our Picture Of The Week for 7/8/07. This Goat was a concours car. Displayed with the car were some "before" pictures. It was pretty rough before the restoration. Some options were 4-speed, air conditioning, and Tri-Power. The photo was taken by Paul Sanders. If you snapped any pictures at the show, upload them using our Self-Upload Page. Click here to go to our GTOAA07 Parking Lot and check out more pictures of this GTO and others at the yearly convention. CLICK->
Silvermist Gray 1964 GTO hardtop owned by Matthew Ritter from New Jersey. This was our Picture Of The Week for 10/14/07. It's a
PHS documented Tri-Power, 4-speed car with factory air conditioning. Matthew completed the restoration on this car in 2006 or so. Matthew owns many GTOs. Check them out with our Advanced Picture Searcher loaded with owner=Mattew Ritter. CLICK->
Silvermist Gray 1964 GTO hardtop, left front view. It wears a set of Redline tires mounted on vintage Hurst Wheels. CLICK->
Silvermist Gray 1964 GTO hardtop, right front view. Check out Matthew's 1965 Pro Touring project progressing in the garage! That car is going to have the 421 engine you see on the engine stand. CLICK->
Silvermist Gray 1964 GTO hardtop, left rear view. CLICK->
Matthew comments, "Here are the 'before' frame-off resto shots of my 1964 GTO. These photos were obtained by researching the car's history, and the prior owner who took these photos bought the car from behind his neighbor's barn. Can you believe someone painted it orange?" CLICK->
Black 1964 GTO hardtop owned by Thomas Englund from Sundsvall, Sweden. This was our Picture Of The Week for 1-6-08. The GTO made its way overseas to Sweden back in 1990. It was originally white with a black interior. This shot is the featured auto in our 2008 Wall Calendar for January. Check out our homepage for details on how to purchase this calendar. CLICK->
Black 1964 GTO hardtop, left side view. Look at that cool background at the waterfront. Let's all go visit Sweden! CLICK->
Black 1964 GTO hardtop, left front view again. CLICK->
Grenadier Red 1964 GTO Sport Coupe owned by Douglas McGrew from Scottsdale, Arizona. Douglas tells us more, "I purchased the car in 1988. Found it in Meade, Kansas on way to the GTO Nationals in Wichita, Kansas at a small Pontiac dealer. The car was sitting in the used car lot next to the main showroom. The car lot was grass. In the back row were two original 64 GTOs. One was the post coupe and the other was a convertible. I did a complete frame off, nut and bolt restoration in the late 1990s. Completed the restoration in 2000. During the 90s, I purchased many NOS parts to be used in the restoration. The car is painted the original Grenadier Red, with the interior completely replaced in the original black. It has a correct date coded 1964 GTO 389 engine, with tri-power, 4-speed close-ratio transmission, and 3.90 posi rearend. The car had many original options, such as wood wheel, console, reverb, remote mirror, power antenna, retractable seat belts, tachometer, Soft-Ray tinted glass, power steering and power brakes. I have added a few options such as tilt wheel and padded dash. Car has won many Best of Show and First Place awards." PICTURE SET CONTINUED ON NEXT PAGE ...
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