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Technical specifications

Fuel Type:Gasoline
Interior Color:Black
Engine:389 Tri-Power
Number of Cylinders:8
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This is a 1964 Pontiac, Tri-Power, four speed wide ratio Muncie. This car is backed by full Pontiac Historical Society (PHS) documentation. It has been restored to factory specifications. I have been building and restoring cars my entire life and the 1964 GTO, factory tri-power car is getting hard to find. This car came from the factory with four wheel drums and no power steering and that's the way it was restored.
I have the numbers matching engine and original heads out of the car. The original motor is good, but it is .060 over and I did not want to risk a blown motor that would diminish the value of the car. I also have the original intake. I had a brand new stock bore 389 taken .030 over built for this car. The power train is original. The muncie and the Safe-T-Track limited slip posi are all still in the car. They have been rebuilt.
The interior is my favorite part of this car. The seat covers are the original covers along with the head-liner and dash pad. I had the dash pad recovered. The front door panels are new as the original family I purchased the car from cut the doors for speakers. I got the car from the son of the original owner. It sat along side of his house for 16 years when I found it.
Another huge plus with this car is all of the trim is the original factory stainless trim, no dings and professionally polished. The bumpers are factory original and I had them re-chromed.
The carburetors are original to the car, original GM numbered carbs. I sent them out to the Carburetor Shop in Rancho Cucamonga, Ca. They were re-plated (not painted), and rebuilt with all new parts, linkage and re-calibrated.
In Terms of flaws. This is a rust free California car. What some would consider flaws, I would call added value. I would of never re-painted this car, but because there was a carb fire at one time that melted the paint in the center of the hood I was forced to re-paint the car. But, I left the original fender emblems, dash emblem, dash lens and rear tail light panel (with some pitting) on the car to show the survivor quality/originality and authenticity of the car. It does not take away form the quality of the car. The radio is not working, I would not say it is unable to work, I just do not care either way. It is the original radio with the "Pontiac" bezel. I am sure it can be made to work. Also the dash clock does not work. But again, these can be re-built. All very minor stuff .
I had the original black & yellow plates, but they turned up missing out of the trunk while it was at a body shop.
If you want to be the talk of your car buddies, this is hard to beat and is the same class of cars as the 70 Chevelle SS's, 68 Dodge Charger RT's, 69 Camaro SS's etc. I promise you this is like driving history.
The 1964 GTO was the car most enthusiasts credit the beginning of the muscle car era to. If you have any additional questions please call Tony at 951-751-3479. But please if all you want to do is chat, I am very busy.
Thanks for looking at my car.

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