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Vintage picture of Blue's 1964 GTO. Blue tells us, "I bought her in 1979 at the young age of 19 and the rest is history. I'm 45 now and we are still together. I wish I could say that about some of my x wives." CLICK->
This photo of Blue's 1964 GTO was taken in 1983. Blue tells us, "This was the day I got to Shawnee Oklahoma to store my GTO which I left for more years in the Navy. I had planned to return to get my car but it took seven years to get back." CLICK->
Blue returned from the Navy and picked up his 1964 GTO and began to restore it. This picture was taken in 1988. CLICK->
Blue Youngblood restores his 1964 GTO. CLICK->
This photo of Blue, his Grandfather, and his 1964 GTO. Looks like the restoration is done.
Here's a picture set of a blue 1964 GTO convertible that was for sale on ebay in June of 2001. Picture #1. Its got a white interior and a white top. Here's some of the description that was found with the pictures: This is an Original 1964 GTO Convertible 4 speed car. All the body work, interior, and convertible top were all replaced before I took ownership. I had the motor rebuilt and the power steering pump, master cylinder, and booster replaced. The motor is still a 389 with original heads. Block is 67? Still is a 4 speed although it is a Saginaw and not the Muncie trany. I have the Tri-Power manifold on the car and have since I bought it. I do have the original 4bbl manifold and it will come with the car. What else this car has: Boyd wheels - 14 inch fronts and 15 inch rear - stance has been dropped 2 inches and has the perfect streetrod stance; Boyd steering wheel that matches the wheels; Dakota Digital Dash - Speed, gas, oil press, and volt; 12 bolt rear end with 3.73 gears? (dunno, really it runs at 3000 rpm at 65-70mph if I remember correctly); disc brakes up front; Mallory electronic ignition; Borla exhaust; and Ram Air IV exhaust manifolds. Top is hydraulic from factory and works perfectly. Paint is perfect from 5 feet - chips and a couple of dents in the lower rear quarter pannels from a stupid stunt I pulled when I left the 4bbl manifold in the trunk and made a turn in each direction. The paint did spyder from the dents and I have pictures of the damage. Nothing major, but I'm still not talking to myself over the slight damage. The pictures you see there are before and after. CLICK->
Blue 1964 GTO convertible driver's side interior view. CLICK->
Blue 1964 GTO convertible left side view. CLICK->
Blue 1964 GTO convertible Tri-power engine view CLICK->
Blue 1964 GTO convertible BEFORE view! This is kind of like the old Pontiac magazine ads with the tiger on the hood. CLICK->
Blue 1964 GTO convertible DURING view. CLICK->
Take a look at this one! It's a burgundy 1964 GTO post coupe owned by Andre. It has redline tires mounted on Hurst wheels.
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from The Franklin Mint. These diecasts are unbelievably well-detailed. They are amazing to study. CLICK->
Interior view of Andre's burgundy 1964 GTO post coupe. CLICK->
Engine view of Andre's burgundy 1964 GTO post coupe. CLICK->
Silver 1964 GTO hardtop left-front view #1 with hood open showing off its Tri-Power engine. PICTURE SET CONTINUED ON NEXT PAGE ...