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It's hard to imagine that the Pontiac GTO might never have made it into production. Had it not been for a small group of managers at Pontiac who were also car enthusiasts and visionaries, the GTO might not have been.
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This is a very nice and original numbers matching 1964 Pontiac GTO convertible with tri-power and automatic transmission that was ordered in the classic color combination of Starlight Black (Paint Code A) with Medium Red interior (Trim Code 218) and an Ivory convertible top (Top Code 1). But this was not only ordered in the right colors, it was fully optioned with air conditioning, tilt wheel, power bucket seats, retractable seat belts and more. This GTO comes complete with documentation from the past three decades, including documentation from the past owner of 30 years. This was a well optioned GTO when new, with features on the Trim Tag as well as the PHS documentation. The features include: GTO-only automatic transmission Air Conditioning (Tri Comfort) Power steering Power brakes Power Bucket Seats Center Console Front Retractable Seat Belts Tilt Steering Wheel Tinted glass Red-Stripe Tires AM Radio 3.08 differential Deluxe wheel covers and side mirror In 1997 the GTO was repainted in its original Starlight Black livery by Cunningham Auto Body in Independence, MO. It has very nice luster and gloss and still has some residual orange peel making it look factory correct. There are several small areas where there are light scratches and some chips that have been touched up. The chrome and stainless all look original and are in good to very good condition. There are no dents in the paint or the chrome and the stainless only has light scratching from normal use. The interior appears to be all original in its medium red vinyl power bucket seats with red carpeting. The interior is in very nice condition for being original. The dashboard is in great shape with its engine turned detailing. There are no cracks in the dash pad, although the steering wheel has a few cracks. There are auxiliary gauges that have been added below the dashboard that work well and appear appropriate. The venerable 389 CID V8 was completely rebuilt on December 10, 1991 by Mann Speed Specialty in Independence, MO. Every component of the engine was bought new using the original correct block. It was then upgraded to a true 1964 tri-power (with correct Rochester 2 Jet carburetors from its original four-barrel carburetor giving it (360 hp). Based on the paperwork in the file, the engine would have accumulated about 48,000 miles since the rebuild. The engine has the correct 1964 389 casting number of 9773155 and is date coded January 23, 1964. The engine and carburetors are completely dialed in and the car cold starts with ease. We have the PHS documentation and the GTO seems all proper (colors and features) and correct except it was born a 4-barrel carburetor car with the upgraded Tri-Power added later and the red line tires are now radials (Coker Classics, date coded 2001 with little use and in excellent condition). This GTO was built at the Pontiac, MI plant during the fifth week of January, 1964. By 1991, this GTO was owned by Dr. Ron Huffman, who
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