Rotisserie Restoration, PHS Documents, Original Engine Rebuilt,
Muncie 4-speed - this is a gorgeous GTO!
This GTO underwent a full restoration a number of years ago and was finished with a high level of attention to detail. This car was highly optioned when built; of course the GTO option was the important option package on this car. The GTO package was an option not a model at this point.
Paint and body are excellent, with straight body panels, acceptable panel gap, and beautiful Cameo White paint. Trim, bumpers, moldings, and lights/lenses look great. The Dark Aqua interior looks excellent; carpet is new and the bucket seats look to be recovered/restored very nicely. Other options in the interior are front seat belts, push-button radio, dual speed windshield wipers, glovebox and luggage lamps, padded dashboard, and electric clock.
This car is powered by a 389ci V8 that has a 4 barrel carburetor, and dual exhaust, with gear selection handled by a 4-speed synchromesh Muncie M20 gearbox. This GTO also has a Safe-T-Track Differential with a 3.23 gear ratio.
F= Fremont, Ca. Assembly Plant
13607= Production sequence number
Trim Tag Decode:
Style 64-2237= 1964 LeMans Hardtop Sports Coupe
Trim 217= Dark Aqua Imitation Leather
Body BF= Fremont, Ca. Assembly Plant
Paint CC A= Cameo White Upper and Lower Body, Black Roof
Acc A49= Front Seat Belts
B70= Padded Dashboard
B80= Chrome Drip Molding
2C= 3rd week of February Production
78X= 389ci V8, 4BBL, 10.5:1 comp. ratio, 325 horsepower, 4-Speed
277039= Engine production number. This has no correlation with vehicle VIN in 1964 models. A correlation between Vehicle VIN and engine stamp was not seen until late 1967.
9773155= 1964 GTO 389ci V8
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