READER AD: Tri-Power Equipped 1964 Pontiac GTO

SOLD

Seller’s Description: PHS DOCUMENTS AND ORIGINAL STICKER — MADE IN CALIFORNIA AND LIVED THERE TILL 2005 WHEN I BROUGHT HER TO MONTANA
ORIGINALLY 4 SPEED CAR NOW A BUILT UP 400 TURBO TRANS. ALL ORIGINAL BODY WITH NOW PATCHES –RUST FREE — THE VIDEOS TELL THE STORY — INTERESTED PARTIES ONLY PLEASE

Price: $35.000
Location: FLORENCE MONTANA
Mileage: 46,XXX
Title Status: Clean
VIN: 2237

Body Condition: ALL ORIGINAL RUST FREE CALIFORNIA PHS DOCUMENTED 64 GTO–
FRAME OF RESTORATION IN THE 1990’S— CLEAN IS THE WORD FOR THIS GTO
SEE PICS AND LINKS TO 3 VIDEOS — BODY — ENGINE– INTERIOR–

Mechanical Condition: 389 TRI POWER– 400 TURBO TRANS–MOTOR RUNS SO QUIET — — AUTO CHOCK ON CENTER CARB WORKS GREAT ON COLD STARTS. DISC BRAKES UP FRONT–
25 MPG ON THE HIGHWAY– (CENTER CARB ONLY)– AMAZING MPG–
I HAVE OWNED HER FOR 13 YEARS– OWNED GTO”S ALL MY LIFE– THIS IS ONE OF MY BEST– SERIOUS BUYERS ONLY PLEASE

Seller’s Listing: Here on craigslist

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Comments

  1. Jeff

    Why are the for sale videos five (5) years old? Does that seem a little fishy?

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  2. Jeff

    YouTube posting date:

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  3. Danger Dan

    WHY ARE YOU YELLING AT ME?

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  4. JOHN Member

    65 GTO dash…

    • Mountainwoodie

      I’d like to understand the logic of replacing an original 4 speed with an auto trans ……for straight line acceleration? What use would a PHS be if not to verify that is no longer original…… Assuming a buyer cared about originality.

      Like 8
  5. IkeyHeyman

    “AMAZING MPG.”
    Yeah, well, the guy with the 2018 Honda says his car is more reliable, handles better, AND gets more miles per gallon than any car on Barn Finds!

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    • Mountainwoodie

      Yeah but it’s not a Goat. If you want an appliance buy an appliance. If you want a Goat buys a Goat. No comparison.

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      • IkeyHeyman

        I know, I was trying to make a comment on the fact that the seller would even mention MPG, like anybody who drives a GTO would care about that.

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  6. Theodoric

    I love ’64 GTOs. And I love this color. And I have the cash. But there is no way I would ever buy a car from a guy that does not understand a healthy balance between upper and lower case letters.

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  7. KH

    Ruined the car by converting it into an automatic 😐

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    • CaCarDude

      I totally agree KH, and a real deal breaker for me, otherwise I like the ’64 over all other years. In 1970 just out of Army I bought a ’64 Lemans with a built 326 and factory 4 spd. one of the best cars I ever owned and super fun car with the 4 spd!

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  8. Howard A Member

    Nice, nice, NICE!!! Here’s a car that literally changed the world, for the better,,for a while. Not quite the car Ronnie and the Daytonas were singing about ( I was going to post the song, but it really was a pretty lousy song,,THAT SOLD MILLIONS!!),,sorry, iconic car the likes we’ll never see again. I was in the 4th grade when this car came out, and although I never actually owned one, it changed my life forever. Must hurt to have to part with it.

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    • OhU8one2

      The blue paint doesn’t work for me. Also I would rather have the three pedals and 4 speed rather than the automatic. Lastly I would change wheels to original style knock off hubcaps.

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      • Howard A Member

        I know the blue is a bit loud, but this is pretty much what they looked like back in the day. At least it doesn’t have “clown wheels”,,,yet.

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    • DAN CARL

      My first on was a 67 ho -4spd- bench seat GTO– I was also in 4th grade in 64

      thanks for the comment

  9. 86_Vette_Convertible

    I remember when the 64 GTO came out. There was a guy from a ways away that had one. He took on most comers for backroad drag races. How much was the car and how much was the driver: I’ll never know but he seemed to have a special connection to the car. I only got to see one or two races and he won those. I admit I prefer the later 66 and 67 but this was a special part of automotive history.
    Good luck on finding the right buyer.

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    • DAN CARL

      thanks

  10. Ben T. Spanner

    A fellow student in my high school got a new 1964 GTO post in Honduras Maroon as a graduation gift. He was cruising between the two drive ins in my home town. Upon pulling out onto the brick street, he nailed it and spun into a telephone pole. It hit in the left side quarter panel so hard, the side of the rear window popped out.

    Like 3
    • Michael B

      Wow Ben, that’s crazy. It’s spooky. Same thing I witnessed. A guy I had seen a time or two was leaving the parts house as I was pulling in (in my 66 Impala SS) He pulled out as someone (not me)yelled “GET ON IT” He pulled out in his new 69 Chevelle 396 SS and did the same exact thing and totaled his new car. It was so caved in. I still feel sorry for him.Teenagers with big blocks,what are you gonna do?

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      • 86_Vette_Convertible

        Seems everyone has a story like that. Mine was the night of our Senior Prom. One class member borrowed his BIL’s 66 Nova SS – 327 4 speed. He and 3 others had been out drinking most of the evening instead of going on the hayride we’d arranged for class members after the dance was over. He let the others out on main street and was showing off, punched it and put it into a tree totaling the car and putting him into the hospital for over 6 months. He never was the same when he got out and died a couple of years later. Made the local papers and was a low point for our class.

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  11. Scott

    This is another example of an original car being ruined and now attempting to sell it as an original car. It is beautiful, it is clean, it is NOT original and I am sorry to say it is not worth the asking price.

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  12. Bing

    The 64’s are cool cars. I don’t get hung up on numbers matching stuff, all my cars are licensed and get driven. So, my 60 Vette came with a 283.. I put in a 327 with two fours and it runs like a scalded dog.

    If I owned this 64, I’d get me a Muncie 4 speed, stick it in the car, and just cruise around. 95% of the folks cannot tell anything specific about the cars we drive except how much fun they had when they were kids and hanging out in the 50’s and 60’s.

    Collector cars are not investments although I have made some money along the way. They are really rolling time pieces that let us feel like we did “back in the day”.

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    • Camaro guy

      AMEN well said

      Like 5
  13. bobhess bobhess Member

    Except for the price this is a good looking weekend runner. I can be accused of putting an automatic in a home made muscle car, that being the ’53 Studebaker Lowery coupe we built in college with a big Olds and 4 speed B&M kitted transmission. Before stall converters the Olds 4 speed automatics were really something on the drag strips.

    Like 3
  14. PatrickM

    This would really be nice on date night or at a cruise-in or at a weekend pop-up car show. We have a few here in Montgomery County, Md. Lots of ‘Vettes, Camaros, Mustangs, etc. Very few Pontiacs of any model.

    Like 1

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