1964 Pontiac GTO
|Body Type:||Sport Coupe|
|Engine:||389 cubic inch V-8|
|Exterior Color:||Pinehurst Green|
1964 Pontiac GTO 2-Door
This GTO has, from the
factory, the 389 cubic inch motor with a four-speed M20 transmission. It was a factory 4-bbl. car but now has
tri-power. It was originally blue (Paint
#WW) with a blue interior (Trim Code 215).
It is now Paint Code J which is Pinehurst Green with a black interior
which is Trim Code 214. It has 94,828
miles on the odometer which I believe is accurate.
The previous owner of the
GTO told me the engine and transmission were rebuilt when it received a color
change. Here’s the best part: This GTO was bought new in Connecticut by Brother
#1, who then sold it after a few years, to Brother #2. Brother #2 owned it for 40 years and then I
bought the car. Both brothers are still
living in Connecticut.
According to the original
owners, no panels were ever replaced. It
has standard options, but to me more important on an original car, it should
have and does have red-line tires, original steel wheels and original
hubcaps. And most importantly, this GTO
has the optional four-spoke steering wheel.
You might consider looking up the steering wheel value. I found an NOS one on ebay for $4,000 and a
used one for $2,800.
The engine block number
is [hidden information]. The
four-speed number is [hidden information] with a Hurst shifter. The bell housing number is [hidden information]. The speedometer and gauges (including
tachometer) and the horn work. The radio
is original but doesn’t work. The
previous owner says it works but is not hooked up. He had a glove box stereo in the car but
removed it. The engine does not smoke,
nor does it have any leaks.
I have most of the needed
paperwork including the PHS documents and a copy of the original build sheet
and window sticker. Some options other than GTO package include power steering, posi rear, trunk light, outside mirror, spinner hubcaps, spare tire cover, and backup lights. All of the alignment items are pretty nearly perfect (hood, doors, fenders, deck lid).
You may contact me for
more details or photos. I know everyone
will ask my reason for selling --- I’m moving into an LS-6 Chevelle.NOTE: When you "close up" the rear seat photo, it looks like the center panel is frayed. It is not. That frayed looking area is dust that I failed to clean off. I will replace this photo later if possible.