1964 Pontiac GTO Coupe Replica

1964 Pontiac GTO GTO Coupe Replica

Make: Pontiac
Model: GTO
SubModel: GTO Coupe Tribute
Type: Coupe
Trim: GTO Coupe Replica
Doors: 2 Doors
Year: 1964
Mileage: 67122
VIN: 814P171856
Color: Red
Engine: YS block V-8
Cylinders: 8
Transmission: Automatic
Drive type: RWD
Interior color: Black
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Fenton, Missouri, United States
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1964 Pontiac GTO Coupe Replica• Pontiac YS block 400 CID V-8 engine with custom parts (#YS 156002)• Turbo Hydramatic 400 three-speed automatic transmission• Grenadier Red exterior with black vinyl interior• Power steering• Auto Meter tachometer plus ancillary gauges, including manifold vacuum• B&M shifter in console• Two spare wheels mounted on racing slicks, box of parts in trunk Seeking the mid-1960s GTO looks and performance without the classic GTO price? MotoeXotica Classic Cars is pleased to present this 1964 Pontiac GTO Coupe Replica with extra V-8 punch under the hood. This car is being brought to us by a local consigner who is thinning his collection.Finished in Grenadier Red, the car’s paint and trim present very well overall, with only the slightest blemishes visible at close range. The car has dual rally sideview mirrors. The windows are clear and crack-free while the vehicle lights look good but the rear side windows are in the fixed “up” position. The car’s bodywork is straight, the engine bay is extremely tidy and the Super Start battery appears new. The cargo area is overall very good order and the car’s chrome bumpers are in very good shape. This Pontiac rolls on generic tires in front, size 26x7.50-15 and Firestone Firehawk FTX radials in back, size 235/60R15. Each one is mounted on a gray American Racing five-spoke wheel with chrome center caps. The wheels are in very good order while the front tires are in good, original condition and the back tires are in very good shape. There are two extra American Racing wheels mounted on BFGoodrich racing slicks in the trunk. Under the hood is a YS block Pontiac 400 CID V-8 engine (#YS 56002) with custom parts, such as a Holley carburetor, machined heads, MSD ignition, a Weiand intake manifold and Taylor spark plug wires. There are also newer hoses, gaskets, freeze plugs and dual exhausts. The motor is married to a Turbo Hydramatic 400 three-speed automatic transmission. Driver convenience features include power steering and front disc brakes. Inside, the car has a refreshed black vinyl interior that is in overall very good order. The low-back buckets and front and bench seat with complementing carpet present very well overall. The headliner is also cast in black. The original four-spoke steering wheel is present while the black instrument panel and door liners echo the rest of the car’s theme. There is an Auto Meter tachometer in the dash and ancillary gauges mounted under the dash and a manifold vacuum gauge on the console, which is in satisfactory shape and it has a B&M shift lever. Rounding out the interior is a modern AM/FM stereo with CD player. This 56 year old car has some needs: wipers, blower motor, horn turn signals, brake lights are ALL inoperable and will need attention.In 1964, the Tempest was redesigned as a more conventional vehicle and enlarged from a compact to an intermediate-sized car with a 115-inch wheelbase and an overall length of 203 inches. The unibody, curved driveshaft and transaxle were gone, replaced by a traditional front engine, front transmission, body-on-frame, and solid rear axle design used by all of GM’s other cars but the Corvette and Corvair.Together with its sister cars (the Oldsmobile F-85/Cutlass and Buick Special/Skylark), the Tempest/Le Mans moved to the new A-body platform shared with the new Chevrolet Chevelle and all three cars received updates and modifications standardizing them throughout—including the wheels—by GM edict. The Le Mans name was discontinued as a separate series, so now the cars were, in ascending order, base Tempest, Tempest Custom and Tempest Le Mans. The popularity of the high-performance 326/336 CID V-8 in the Tempest-based LeMans package the year before prompted Pontiac to give the option a special, sporty name: the GTO, after the Italian abbreviation “Gran Turismo Omologato” used to designate specially equipped street cars homologated for racing (though the opposite, producing a mandated minimum of street-legal race cars to meet the homologation requirement, is the norm). Coupe competition to the GTO in 1964 included American Motor’s Rambler Typhoon, Buick’s Skylark Sport Coupe, Chevrolet’s Chevelle Malibu SS 396, Ford’s Fairlane Sport Coupe, Oldsmobile’s F-85 Cutlass and Plymouth’s Belvedere. If you’ve always wanted a Pontiac GTO but never thought you could afford it, you owe it to yourself to check out this replica version with a 400 CID V-8 at MotoeXotica Classic Cars. Stop by today to see it for yourself!VIN: 814P171856 This car is currently located at our facility in St. Louis, Missouri. Current mileage on the odometer shows 67,122 miles. It is sold as is, where is, on a clean and clear, mileage exempt title.GET OUT AND DRIVE!!!
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