800 Derita Road, Ste. A
You're looking at a real-deal 1964 Pontiac GTO. Yes, this was one of the first few that were snuck out the door to prove to Detroit that all of America loved the idea of a big V8 motor in a lighter, more compact package. And this sleek hardtop celebrates that today with a larger displacement V8 and tri-power.
It's hard not to get excited about a first-year GTO that has the paperwork to back it up, too. The granddaddy of all muscle cars has certainly been treated with care in this example. The professional application of burgundy paint offers the fun of a bold red classic with a hint of a darker side. It's a high-quality glossy finish that lets the sunlight really showcase just how straight this body really is. The chrome looks amazing on the Wide-Track front end, hood vents, all the correct badging, rear bumper, and the rear trim strip that really gives the taillights a nice presence. You can really tell there was a solid investment in getting the fundamentals right. But little hints - like the quad exhaust tips and Rally II wheels let you know there's some added power to this already legendary performance Pontiac.
The tan interior has a timelessly tasteful style against the burgundy exterior, and so you'll happily keep the windows down on this pillarless hardtop to showcase the full package. Plush carpeting, custom door panels, and well-bolstered bucket seats with GTO logos stitched in the back are all part of an impressive presentation. It's a more comfortable car with an armrest center console, an AM/FM/CD stereo, and upgraded speakers. There are thoughtful driver's details, like the wood-rimmed steering wheel, power steering, and the upgraded console panel is done in a matching tuned metal to match the dash. And a GTO with a tach and a Hurst shifter is always a desirable combo.
Under the hood is a 400 cubic-inch Pontiac V8. That extra displacement means you should be putting down more power than the other '64s out there. Of course, you can't have a street-eating GTO without it being topped with a Tri-Power triple set of dual-barrel carburetors. The combination looks amazing on top of the correct turquoise engine block. Best of all, this is hooked up to a four-speed manual transmission. You may start thinking about Ronny & the Daytonas music for this one, but really, it makes a much better soundtrack if you just roll down all the windows and listen to the H-pipe dual exhaust with Flowmaster mufflers. A 12-bolt rear end boxed trailing arms, a rear sway bar, and wide BF Goodrich T/As all make sure you get all this power to the pavement.
It's a first-year GTO with PHS (Pontiac Historic Services) documentation and the reproduction build sheet. This is turn-key ready to be a head-turner wherever you go. Call now!
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