1964 GTO Lost & Found
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1. (June 7, 2006) Looking for 64 GTO 824F027854. Sold originally in Rosenberg,Texas. Sold in 1974 in San Francisco, CA. Had a Ram Air engine at that time. Driver side frame modified for exhaust manifold clearance. Had cowl vent circular holes cut in firewall on passenger side. Original color gold/black interior, post coupe. Have original window sticker and other info on this car. Sold it for $475.
2. (August 28, 2006) Donnie would like to locate a 64 GTO that was sold in Killeen Texas in 1972. It had a 360 hp 396 chevy and 400 turbo. The car was maroon with white int. It had add on air and power brakes. It was origonaly 389-3-2's 4 speed no options. He still has protectoplate, owners manual and sales brocure where the payments were figured. It was sold at Gray Pontiac in Brownwood, Texas and had a very low serial number, as it was one of the first in Texas. He heard it went to Michigan!
(October 26, 2006) Russ from Vancouver, Washington, is looking for his uncle's black on black 64 GTO he special ordered while living in Fremont, Califorina. It was a hardtop, no vinyl top and had tilt wheel, 4 speed, tri-power 389, power windows, rear window defogger, console, posi handling kit and more. He still has the build sheet and it was sold from Lee Adams Pontiac. His uncle had it for two years and sold it to buy a business in the Bay area, but Russ was 7 and it made him a Pontiac guy. His uncle also mounted dual rear view mirrors way up on the fenders. He has always known how unique and rare this car was and would love to know if it still exists, even if he can't purchase it. V.I.N is 824F010922, thanks for any leads.
(December 16, 2006) Del is looking for his 1964 GTO with a 389, it was gold, 2 door hardtop, 4 speed, no other options, the hood had 2 very large flat black stripes painted on it, he sold it in Seattle around 1969 or 1970. Thanks for any help.
(January 28, 2007) Brad's father's 1st brand new car was a 1964 Pontiac GTO. As the story
goes, he sold it in '66 or '67 and the car was rumored to be rolled.
Originally Alamo Beige with Saddle Bronze interior and a Saddle
Bronze (not vinyl) roof. 389 with trips and a 3-speed on the floor.
This GTO was originally purchased at Kiski Valley Service in
Leechburg, PA. Any info would be great. He would love to know if this
car is out there somewhere!!!
(February 18, 2007) Fred has a vin plate from his parents GTO VIN#824F19078. He would like to let it go to the owner of that car. Hope to her from someone. Thanx!
(February 22, 2007) Chuck's first car was a 64 coupe, sunfire red, 4 spd tri power. He traded it in. In 68 the new owner painted it verdoro green (oliver) with a fake black vinyl top. He traded it in for a 69 chevelle. Last seen in Muskegon, MI. at Chevy dealer in 1969. Would like to know where it is or vin number so he can track it down. Thank you!
(March 8, 2007) He'd like to find his father's 1964 GTO he purchased new. Purchased "New" in the San Francisco California area (Peninsula); Black on Black, tri-power, 4-speed, console, poverty caps. VIN# 824F025152. Thanks!
(April 10, 2007) Matt's dad, Marvin, bought what was believed to be the first GTO sold south of Atlanta from Beasly Motors in Eufaula, Alabama. It was purchased brand new and was perhaps delivered by mistake as he was told by the dealer. It was a white Sport Coupe with a single 4 barrel and straight drive. His dad sold it in early 65 to an Airman stationed in Eufaula with the Air Force and gave him ALL of the original paperwork. Matt has tried every resource to try and locate the VIN, but to no avail. His dad has passed away and he would love to locate his old goat if it is still around... Thanks for any help.
(October 27, 2007) Lou is looking for a 1964 GTO, VIN# 824P192027, 2 door hardtop, Tri-power, 4 speed, Nocturne Blue Metallic, Black interior. Purchased by him new on 4/16/64 at Seltzer Pontiac, Irving Park Road, Chicago, Illinois. Traded car off on a new 1965 Corvette at Bernard Chevrolet, Libertyville, Illinois.
(January 29, 2008) Craig is looking for any info available on the 1964 Pinehurst Green hardtop that he sold in 1984. His is from Belleville, IL. and sold it to a Ron Jones living in St Louis, MO. originally from the Kansas City area. He was a lighting engineer with the General Electric Co. The car was a 389ci/325hp, 4bbl, Muncie 4 speed, black interior with a console and 4 spoke/wood sport wheel. Any info would be greatly appreciated.
(March 6, 2009) Jeff is looking for his brother's 1964 GTO, black on black. It was purchased in Cumberland, Maryland and traded in for a 1968 GTO and sold from Spoerl's Pontiac in Cumberland, Maryland. They thought it was purchased from a person in PA. but not sure. It had a dent in the hood at the very front and it could never be taken out because it was at the fold of the hood in front. It was a 389, trips, and according to dealer who raced GTOs, it was the fastest street GTO he had ever seen. He would love to get car back since his brother has passed away.
(August 18, 2009) Don is looking for his original - (Purchased NEW) - 1964 Pontiac GTO - 2dr Hardtop - originally Silvermist in color - w/Blk int - Silver Headliner - Bucket seats - 389 CI eng - 4 bbl carb - 4 spd trans - Posi -3:90 ratio 3rd member - GTO fender emblems had been removed and 389 numerals put on sides of hood scoops - (4 spoke Wood Sport Strg Wheel & S-W oil press guage in a special made aluminum plate in the dash r/h inst hole where factory blank - Clock or Tach would have been - beginning of VIN 824F - car built at the Fremont, Calif plant in March or April 1964. Car sold in Mountain View, Calif - last known owner (#5), who he can't seem to find was Bob Martin of Mountain View, Calif. Interested in the present status of the car or the complete VIN # and the possibility of buying it back. Any HELP appreciated.
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