1964 Pontiac GTO Convertible - $89,900
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This is one car that gets just about everything right in every way that matters.

Incredible pro-built resto-mod. 2005 Pontiac GTO LS2 V8 and 6-speed manual, all-new suspension, 4-wheel disc brakes, full 2005 GTO interior with touch-screen entertainment system. Outstanding paint and bodywork. A beautiful Poncho that’s a joy to drive!

On a car like this, it’s hard to know where to start—the incredible bodywork? The upgraded interior with a seamless blend of old and new? The no-hassles drivetrain that brings 400 horsepower to the table? The extensive documentation and build receipts? This is one car that gets just about everything right in every way that matters. We’ll start with the paint, since that’s what everyone notices first. It’s laser straight and impossibly glossy, with no signs of major issues underneath. The ’64 GTO has a classic look and nothing about that has changed with the upgrades aside from a pair of small nostrils in the hood for the cold air induction system, and the results are pretty trick. Nothing has been modified or shaved, just refinished to a very high standard to make this car really stand out. Chrome and stainless trim was all restored and even those taillights—which are notoriously difficult to restore—are in incredible shape. There’s a lot of money involved here, and it shows everywhere you look.

The interior looks right because it’s still 100% Pontiac. The front and rear seats were pulled from the same 2005 GTO that donated its running gear, and the red leather and high-back buckets look right at home in the 1964 cockpit. Reproduction door panels, new carpets, and a correct dash tie everything together and remarkably enough, everything works. The power seats move as they should, the modern gauges all track the LS2 up front, and the A/C blows ice cold. There’s also a vintage GTO steering wheel wrapped in matching red leather. A custom consolette was fitted to the factory center console to house the touch-screen entertainment system, and there’s a modern retro-sound radio in the dash to keep the look consistent (disconnected but it could easily be made functional). The big chrome shifter manages a Tremec 6-speed manual gearbox and A/C vents have been cleverly integrated into the sides of the console. Overhead there’s a black power convertible top and power windows with new weather seals ensure it seals up well. The car includes both a vinyl top boot as well as a custom fiberglass boot that fits over the top and gives it a low-profile look that works perfectly with the late-model back seat. There’s also a large trunk that has correct mats, a full-sized spare tire with jack assembly, and a remote-mounted battery with cut-off switch. And just in case you want a more OEM look, the original front buckets and rear bench (all restored, of course) are included with the sale of the car.

The engine is a 400 horsepower LS2 V8 from a 2005 Pontiac GTO (22,000 miles), which means bulletproof reliability and the kind of flexible power that was unimaginable in 1964. The LS motor is a neat fit in the engine bay and with original-style coil covers it has a nicely finished look. Up front there’s a polished aluminum cold air induction system that uses air filter boxes fed by openings in the hood—a cool addition that always gets people talking. There’s also a giant aluminum radiator with electric fan, a custom accessory drive, and a modern dual reservoir master cylinder for the 4-wheel disc brakes. The same GTO also donated its Tremec 6-speed manual transmission, which feeds a 10-bolt rear end full of 3.55 gears and a limited slip. Up front, there’s a Uni-Steer power rack-and-pinion steering setup and the entire suspension system was just rebuilt so the car tracks like a cruise missile. A custom Flowmaster exhaust system adds just a hint of old-school muscle car and you’ll note that the floors are in excellent condition throughout. A new gas tank hangs out back and it sits on retro-looking ION wheels measuring 17x7 up front and 18x8 in back and fitted with 225/50/17 front and 275/40/18 rear performance radials.

Documentation is EXTENSIVE. We have a three-inch-thick binder full of receipts, manuals, tech sheets, photographs, and period information. It also includes the original owner’s manual and the envelope for the first owner’s title. It’s really impressive.

In fact, “impressive” is the best word for this car. It’s beautifully built, effortless to drive, insanely fast, and highly documented. For a car to hit all those notes and do it so well is quite rare in this hobby, so please take a good look at the photos—this car is legit. If you like the blend of old and new tech, this ragtop nails it perfectly. Call today!

Harwood Motors always recommends and welcomes personal or professional inspections of any vehicle in our inventory prior to purchase.

Vehicle: 1964 Pontiac GTO Convertible
Price: $89,900
Stock Number: 119032
Odometer Reading: 12,578
VIN: 824P177854
Engine: 6.0 liter LS2 V8
Transmission: 6-speed manual
Gear Ratio: 3.55
Wheelbase: 115 inches
Wheels: 17- and 18-inch ION wheels
Tires: Front: 225/50/17, Rear: 275/40/18 performance radials
Exterior Color: Black
Interior Color: Red leather
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