The GTO was designed as a piece of performance machinery. Its purpose was to let the skilled driver make the most of their learned craft in a machine with a firm suspension, little thought to gas mileage and will put you back in the seat. It was nicknamed such monikers as “the Wide Track Tiger,” “the Goat” and even “the Great One.” Take your choice, the bottom line saw the GTO being a new, exciting performance automobile that, in essence, gave the Pontiac nameplate an entirely new meaning.
Fort Lauderdale | Lot 336
1964 Pontiac GTO
$50,000 - $60,000 USD
| Fort Lauderdale, Florida
28 March 2015
This 1964 Pontiac GTO has been frame-off restored in what is described as “completed to the highest standard.” It is further reported as a very correct restoration to the fine details such as engine chalk markings, patterned headliner, OK stickers, Delco battery, carburetor number tags and more. Finished in Aquamarine, the interior is seen in a similar tone.
Equipped with the very desirable 389-cid V-8 engine; this car has the powerful Tri-power setup with three two-barrel carbs with 348-hp. This sought-after unit is paired to a four-speed manual transmission. Among the other features on the GTO are bucket seats, Delco pushbutton radio, wood-rimmed steering wheel, steel wheels with "dog dish" caps and redline tires, dual side mirrors, checkered trunk mat with spare, Pontiac rubber floor mats, plus aftermarket gauges for water, volts and oil. It is further documented with the 1964 owner’s protection booklet with its Protect-O-Plate. The Protect-O-Plate indicates that this GTO was purchased new in the state of Texas by a lady named Martha Sellers in Grand Prairie. PHS documentation and the window sticker also accompany this fine machine.