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1964 Pontiac GTO

PHS Documented Rotisserie Restored GTO 389/348 HP Tri-Power V8 M21 4 Speed
Stock #
Body Style
389 V8
Exterior Color
Starlight Black
Interior Color



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  • Correct 389 cubic inch Pontiac V8
  • Correct 10-bolt rear axle / Posi-traction differential / 3.90 gears
  • 2-year rotisserie restoration completed in May of 2014
  • Sale includes the car’s GTOAA judging sheets and Concours Silver Award
  • Correct, PHS-documented Tri-power carburetion
  • Factory power steering / Factory power drum brakes
  • GTO Association of America Concours Silver Award winner (616 out of 700 points)
  • Correct Muncie 4-speed manual transmission
  • Authentic triple black Tri-power/4-speed GTO as documented by Pontiac Historic Services
  • Sale includes restoration photos and Pontiac Historic Services documentation


  • Authentic triple black Tri-power/4-speed GTO as documented by Pontiac Historic Services
  • GTO Association of America Concours Silver Award winner (616 out of 700 points)
  • 2-year rotisserie restoration completed in May of 2014
  • Correct 389 cubic inch Pontiac V8
  • Correct, PHS-documented Tri-power carburetion
  • Correct Muncie 4-speed manual transmission
  • Correct 10-bolt rear axle / Posi-traction differential / 3.90 gears
  • Factory power steering / Factory power drum brakes
  • Sale includes restoration photos and Pontiac Historic Services documentation
  • Sale includes the car’s GTOAA judging sheets and Concours Silver Award

The great thing about vintage Pontiacs, well, besides the fact that they are vintage Pontiacs, is the fact that Pontiac Historic Services can confirm the provenance of almost every one of them. No other mass-market brand, aside from maybe Ford and their beloved Mustang, maintained such detailed factory records. And that means: when we tell you a car like this sinister, triple-black Tri-power/4-speed GTO is an authentic Detroit antihero, we have the paperwork to back it up. Scoring 616 out of 700 points on its way to achieving GTOAA Concours Silver honors, this stunning hardtop mixes a stout, numbers-matching drivetrain, with solid, mostly original sheetmetal and a highly accurate rotisserie restoration. And if you’re a wise enthusiast who’s looking for an impressive classic that’ll roll straight out of the showroom and right on to the show field, it’s your chance to grab a tiger by the tail!


Fresh out of a no-holds-barred reboot that wrapped up in May of 2014, this super cool A-Body is a perfect blend of good craftsmanship and great attention to detail. Originally sold in Westfield, Massachusetts, the car was discovered by its current owner, a ’64 GTO purist, in Waycross, Georgia. After roughly 25 years of enjoyment, that owner initiated a 2-year, rotisserie restoration that fitted the coupe with a fresh pair of quarters and meticulously straightened its profile to better-than-new condition. Once that comprehensive metalwork transitioned from the garage bay to the paint booth, classic ‘60s panels were re-sprayed in correct Starlight Black PPG. When that paint dried, a correct vinyl roof capped a hearty layer of clear, which had been buffed to a clean, flat shine. And today, officially unleashed as the epitome of old school American style, this goat is one seriously cool head turner that grabs trophies just as easily as it drops jaws.


Pop the car’s sculpted hood and the first thing you’ll notice is a 389 cubic inch Pontiac V8 that’s been completely rebuilt and wrapped in attractive Turquoise skin. Less obvious, of course, is that stalwart mill’s correct 9773155 casting number, April (D) 2nd (2), 1964 (4) casting date and 348 horsepower, manual transmission-exclusive “76X” assembly stamp. At the top of the block, a correct Rochester Tri-power setup bridges the gap between polished air cleaners, bright stainless fluid lines and a correct, cast iron intake. That intake rides between correct heads, which hang hardened valve seats and attractive valve covers over a flat-tappet cam and GM NOS pistons. A familiar points distributor jolts spark through pliable plug wires. Cooling is provided by a heavy duty Harrison radiator, which sends water around a correct fan via GM-branded hoses and traditional tower clamps. Charge comes courtesy of a rebuilt GM alternator and reproduction Delco battery. Charred dinosaurs float through a nice pair of restored exhaust manifolds. And aesthetically, the impressive engine is fully detailed, from its correct tags and vivid decals all the way to its yellow carb spring and appropriate grease marks.


Logging few miles since their thorough restoration, this goat’s carefully repaired floors and super clean frame are completely free of significant issues and major defects. The stout 389 sends power to a stalwart Muncie transmission, which hangs a correct 3851325 casting number in front of a Muncie (P) assembled on February (02) 26th (26), 1964 build stamp. That proven gearbox spins a tough GM 10-bolt, which twists a posi-trac differential around big, 3.90 gears. At the sides of that rock-solid drivetrain, aluminized, true-dual exhaust pipes connect the aforementioned manifolds with tough turbo mufflers. At the sides of that booming soundtrack, a rebuilt and tagged suspension is complete with factory power steering and power drum brakes. Muscle meets the pavement through 14-inch steelies, which spin 205/75 BF Goodrich Silvertown Radial redlines around deluxe wheel covers. And absolutely everything, from this Poncho’s fresh stainless fuel tank to its clean Turquoise oil pan, is fully sorted and ready to be scored!


Open this coupe’s doors and you’ll find a correct GM code 214 Black interior that’s simple yet sporty. Front and center, firm bucket and bench seats wrap bright chrome trim around cool, pleated hides. The engine’s vitals are displayed by a rebuilt gauge cluster, which integrates an optional tachometer into a correctly padded dash that’s complete with engine-turned trim and a correct Delco radio. On the floors, like-new carpet anchors a simple shifter and stylish, chrome-trimmed console between thick, Pontiac-themed floor mats and classy, Fisher-themed sills. At the sides of the car, fresh door panels hang new chrome handles under straight stainless trim and monochromatic Pontiac insignias. In front of the driver, a Custom Sport Steering Wheel spins a faux wood rim around a red, Pontiac-branded horn button. And behind the passengers, a clean trunk sandwiches a correct jack and full-size spare tire between a standard mat and requisite decklid decal.


  • GTO Association of America Concours Silver Award (616 out of 700 points)


This Poncho’s status as a triple-black, bad to the bone muscle car is 100% confirmed by official Pontiac Historic Services documentation. But, just for good measure, here’s a breakdown of the car’s VIN and cowl tag.


  • 8: 8-cylinder engine
  • 2: LeMans and GTO
  • 4: 1964 model year
  • P: Assembled in Pontiac, Michigan
  • XXXXXX: Sequential unit number


  • 04B: Assembled during the second (B) week of April (04), 1964
  • 64: 1964 model year
  • 2: Pontiac Motor Division
  • 2: LeMans and GTO
  • 37: 2-door hardtop
  • PO: Assembled in Pontiac, Michigan
  • 11355: Sequential unit number
  • 214: Black interior
  • A: Starlight Black paint
  • 2: Black vinyl roof
  • 1E: Tinted glass
  • 2Y: Padded dash
  • 2P: Radio
  • 2R: Rear seat
  • 3K: Dome reading lamp
  • 5N: GTO option
  • 5Z: Seat belt delete


  • A book of restoration photos
  • The aforementioned Pontiac Historic Services paperwork
  • A reproduction window sticker
  • Registration and judging sheets from the GTO Association of America
  • An official photo from the GTO Association of America
  • The car’s GTO Association of America Concours Silver Award
  • A large display board

In a world of oddball MoPars and endless Chevelle Super Sport clones, this national award-winning GTO is a fully documented, highly original classic that pretty much defines the term “investment grade”. Thanks to its numbers-matching drivetrain and exceptional restoration, the car will be an absolute pleasure to drive and show. If you’ve been patiently waiting for the opportunity to pick up a world-class example of the ORIGINAL muscle car, here’s your chance!


Secondary Make
Model Name
Secondary Model
Vehicle Type
Passenger Car
Hobby Segment
Muscle Car

Engine / Transmission

Engine Type
Engine Size
389 V8
Engine Number
Fuel Specification
Fuel Delivery System Type
Transmission Type
4 Speed Manual
Transmission Spec
Muncie M21
Transmission Number


Entertainment System Type
AM Radio
Battery Location
LH Engine Compartment
Battery Shut Off
Battery Charger
Power Steering
Air Conditioning


Interior Color
Seating Type
Seat Material
Shifter Type
Center Console


Body Style
Safe Body Color
Starlight Black
Paint Type


Front Suspension Type
Double A-arm
Rear Suspension Type
Coil Spring
Axle Specification
10 Bolt 3.90
Front Wheel Specification
Rear Wheel Specification
Front Tire Specification
Rear Tire Specification
Front Brakes Specification
Power Drum
Rear Brakes Specification
Power Drum
Full Size
Exhaust Type
Dual Exhaust
Muffler Type
Factory Replacement


Restoration Status
Mileage Since Restoration
Awards Summary
  • GTOAA Concours Silver Award.
  • — 2014.
  • — 616 out of 700 points.
Historical Documents Summary
* Book of restoration photos. * Pontiac Historic Services paperwork. * Reproduction window sticker. * GTOAA regis. and judging sheets. * Official photo from the GTOAA.

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