1964 Pontiac GTO 389ci Tri-Power 4 speed Post Car Numbers Matching

  • Condition: Used
  • Make: Pontiac
  • Model: GTO
  • SubModel: GTO
  • Type: Post Coupe
  • Trim: GTO
  • Year: 1964
  • Mileage: 66,000
  • VIN: 824F32621
  • Color: White
  • Engine size: 389
  • Number of cylinders: 8
  • Fuel: Gasoline
  • Transmission: Manual
  • Drive type: RWD
  • Interior color: Blue
  • Drive side: Left-hand drive
  • Vehicle Title: Clear
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1964 Pontiac GTO GTO Description

PHS (Pontiac Historical Society) Documented

VIN: 824F32621

In the past this Muscle Car was represented as being a Royal Bobcat. I can find no documentation to support this claim. It does have the lighter springs in the distributor but I have not torn the engine down to verify the aluminumlock nuts on the rockers or the offset keyin the cam.. I also do not know what jets are in the carbs. If this was a true Royal Bobcat the intake gasket would have the water passages blocked which I cannot confirm. The Royal Bobcat gaskets were in the trunk of the car along with the Royal Bobcat air cleaners. The Ace Wilson Royal license plate frames were also in the trunk.

With all that stated, It might be a Royal Bobcat or it might not. I am selling it asNOT a Royal Bobcat. If the buyer can document the car as a Bobcat, he will have made agreat buy.

This is an excellent example of a surviving Muscle Car. A 100% rust free, never hit or damaged car built in Fremont, CA, and delivered to Bryant Pontiac in Covina, CA. The car was in California until it was purchased by a military man stationed in L.A. in 1973. Hetookthe car to his family home in Detroit Michigan. From 1973 to 1983the car was a summer cruiser on WoodWard Avenue in Detroit and accumulated only a few thousand miles during the summer months that decade. It was then put into storage until it was purchased by the previous owner in 2006. At that time a complete restoration was performed. It is a 100% rust free and never hit or damaged survivor.

The car has its original #'s matching 389ci 348 hp3x2 Tripower code 76XW block which appears to have been rebuilt at some point.

The car retains it's original Muncie 4-speed and Hurst shifter. The rear end gears are 4.33 PosiTraction which were installed in place of the original 3.23 factory gears possibly by Royal Pontiac.The original 3.23 gears go with the sale.

The car was ordered with A/C however it was removed years ago possibly by Royal Pontiac and is now a non A/C configuration. It has power steering, drum brakes, bucket seats with console, and am radio.

The car received a total restoration at some point with fresh paint, new chrome on the bumpers, and stainless steel trim polished. New interior including dash, sills, dash pad, door handles, window cranks, front and rear seat covers, carpet, headliner, and package tray.

The car received all new weather stripping and window seals. Redone and detailed trunk.

New vintage Sun Tach and mechanical gauges.

Everything under the hood has been replaced, restored, or rebuilt.

New 2 1/2" Pypes, mandrel bent exhaust, upper control arm bushings, new tires, brakes, and recored radiator.

The Royal Bobcat air cleaners are included in the sale as well as the original 3.23 gears.

This is the GTO Legend that launched the Muscle Car Era. This car represents the ultimate in top shelf performance in 1964. A legit documented, rustfree, #'s matching, 389 3x2 TriPower, 348 hp, 4 speed, 4.33 Posi, GTO post coupe.