Being patient can really pay off when a good deal rolls around. That’s what this 1964 Pontiac GTO Convertible is. Priced at just $42,500 by Drager’s Classic Cars, this American muscle car won’t stick around for long, especially considering the seller has the Pontiac Historical Services documents to prove the veracity of this vehicle, so you know you’re getting the real deal and not some cleverly crafted replica.
This Pontiac looks absolutely stunning after a frame-on restoration. That Yorktown Blue really makes this car stand out. It’s a sophisticated color but not pretentious, and you’ll surely get a lot of questions about it wherever you take this ride. Glistening chrome pairs nicely with the smooth paint, while the wheels and other details are free of damage. A fresh blue canvas convertible top looks great when you don’t want to cruise with the interior open.
Speaking of the interior, it’s a rich dark blue, so when you have the top down it complements the body perfectly. Everything is original, from the steering wheel to the gauges and even the door panels. The vinyl upholstery been repaired and replaced in a few areas, so it looks absolutely gorgeous.
A lot of people consider this vehicle to be the first real American muscle car. That’s largely because of the 389ci V8 under the hood, pulsating with a mighty 325-horsepower. A 4bbl carburetor helps it breathe freely, while new mufflers and exhaust pipes help add that throaty burble you’d expect from such a machine.
On top of all that, this car starts and runs like a champion, something you might not suspect considering the price. That means you can snag this ride and take it for a spin immediately, instead of having to sink time and money into repairing multiple mechanical issues.
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