Greatest Muscle Cars of the Sixties

1964 Pontiac GTO Convertible


Sold for $76,000

In 1964 Pontiac broke GM’s corporate mandate against engines larger than 330 CI in mid-sized cars. Pontiac GM John DeLorean hoped to sell 5,000 copies of the new 389-powered GTO; by year’s end the number had surpassed 32,000 cars, and the first muscle car era had begun. One of just 6,644 GTO convertibles built that first year, is a fully documented example that was built at the factory with the 389 CI Tri Power-equipped engine producing 348 HP and a thrilling 428 lb-ft of torque through a Muncie M20 4-speed and 3.23 Safe-T-Track rear end. Its Grenadier Red paint and Parchment interior are not only correct, but a very attractive combination completed to impeccable finish inside and out.  Yes you can now sing "Little GTO, you're really lookin' fine three deuces and a four-speed and a 389" with Ronny and the Daytonas. It doesn't get cooler than this!