1964 Pontiac GTO

tinted glass, front and rear seat belts, bucket seats, insert panel, floor mats, deck emblems, windshield washers, outside rear-view mirror, console, Positraction differential, power brakes, 4-speed manual transmission, dual exhaust system, upgraded steering wheel, power steering, heavy-duty battery, dual horns, illuminated luggage compartment, electric clock, push- button radio, and the GTO option. The car’s documented history shows it was manufactured on February 11, 1964 and shipped to the selling dealer-Totem Pontiac in Seattle, Washington-five days later. The car was placed in long-term storage in 1978, and upon removal underwent a documented rotisserie restoration including a rebuild of its original 389 cubic-inch V8 engine, which remains mated to the original 4-speed transmission.

Period-correct red-stripe tires (only later to gain the moniker “TigerPaws”) are mounted, as are full factory chrome wheel covers bearing the “Pontiac Motor Division” embossed lettering. Inside, the car’s turquoise color scheme makes for an excellent complement to the white exterior. All interior appointments are turquoise:

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