This 1964 Pontiac GTO (Stock F1022) is available in our Fairfield, CA showroom and any inquiries may be directed to us at -800-600-2262 or by email at Sales@SpecialtySales.com. The Car that Began an EraThe 1964 Pontiac GTO is thought of as Americas first true muscle car and the TriPower factory upgrade option was the crown jewel within this lineup. That’s only one of the many reasons why this Maroon ’64 convertible with black interior is in such high demand by collectors worldwide; once you hear the growl of this fierce 389 TriPower V-8 engine, you’ll probably be able to think of a few reasons to own it yourself. This numbers matching ’64 GTO is equipped with the desirable 4 speed manual transmission and all the other extras that came with the Tri-Power upgrade. Incredible Overall Condition While most collectors are simply looking for a numbers matching Tri-Power model, this ’64 GTO takes it to an entirely different level with an immaculate rust-free body, a very clean interior, and a fantastic factory original paint job in a deep maroon color. In fact, there are only a handful of GTO’s left in this factory trim and you simply will not believe your eyes on this vehicle’s overall condition. Everything from the chrome to the upholstery to the soft top is in mint condition. Very Few Still AvailableAs most collectors already know, it is becoming increasingly hard to find a 1964 Pontiac GTO TriPower with matching numbers because they are being scooped up faster than any other classic muscle car on today’s market. To come across one this clean is almost unheard of, so if you’re serious about owning this legendary vehicle then you’d better act fast.
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