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The frame has been detailed. Suspension and drivetrain installed. It even has the Hurst shifter and white shifter ball! CLICK->
The body is put back on the frame. Along with the front fenders and hood. CLICK->
Black 1964 GTO Sport Coupe creation owned by Paul from Miami, Florida. This is our Picture Of The Week for 11/2/08. Paul had it up for sale in June of 2008. Not sure if it still is. CLICK->
Close-up shot of Paul's black 1964 GTO Sport Coupe creation. Instead of using a GTO hood, the previous owner installed a cowl hood and blended it with the lines of the car. CLICK->
The engine looks nice too! Looks like they went for a chrome alternator and Edelbrock valve covers. CLICK->
It's the end of the Pontiac line. On 4/27/09, General Motors made plans to delete Pontiac from their product lineup. The company killed the brand as part of their accelerated restructuring plan which is in cooperation with the U.S. Treasury Department. The Pontiac brand will be totally phased out by the end of 2010. How do you feel about this news? Leave your comments in the link below. CLICK->
Red 1964 GTO convertible owned by Jim Srp from Boern, Texas. This was our Picture Of The Week for 5-31-09. It has had a total frame-off restoration. Options include power steering, power brakes (disc on front), power antenna, power seats on both sides, padded dash, factory tach, tilt steering wheel, AM/FM radio, 4-speed transmission, Tri-Power engine, and underhood light. CLICK->
Red 1964 GTO convertible, front end view. Gr-rrr! CLICK->
Red 1964 GTO convertible, rear end view. It has an old 1964 Texas license plate on the back. CLICK->
The engine is a Tri-Power. CLICK->
It has a vacuum gauge on the center console. CLICK->
Gold 1964 GTO hardtop as seen at the GTOAA Nats in Dayton. It is owned by Robert Pioch from Illinois. This is our Picture Of The Week for 7-19-09.
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