The first. So fresh and so clean. [1964 Pontiac GTO]

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  • Norman Schnell says:
    3 years ago 1:42 pm

    sweet car , I would put on a set of cragar, american , or rocket wheels.

  • Neil Beirholm Sr says:
    3 years ago 1:44 am

    No Dale it was Buster not Alan. Alan had a Super Bee…….

  • Jeremie Martin says:
    3 years ago 1:38 am

    Really like how its been kept original styling. Would be nice with some mods though. Great car either way. Real beauty.

  • Michael Small says:
    3 years ago 6:44 am

    loved pumpin Ethyl

  • Roy Kronenberg says:
    4 years ago 6:43 am

    Just needs a white top

  • Gary Parker says:
    4 years ago 5:42 am

    Looks like the goat that Harold King drove in high school, and Ronnie, before him.

  • Norman Schnell says:
    4 years ago 5:35 pm

    THAT’s THE CAR THAT STARTED IT ALL , LITTLE G.T.O.

  • Dale Wheeler says:
    4 years ago 7:06 am

    your Dad! ask him how many times he changed the oil lol!

  • Michael Carter says:
    4 years ago 5:37 am

    I had a black ’66 over 30 years ago. Tri Power, 4 speed with console, red interior, used to take the hood off during Summer.

  • Lisa Beirholm Stahlecker says:
    4 years ago 5:34 am

    Which brother?

  • Neil Beirholm Sr says:
    4 years ago 5:13 am

    My brother had one just like this brand new back then. Same color, that car was fast!

  • Harlan Sutton says:
    4 years ago 4:44 am

    Its parked at the right spot. For GAS, TIRES, AND OIL (GTO).

  • Phillip Brown says:
    4 years ago 4:28 am

    Fantastic

  • Joe Reilly, The Conivin' Cowbo says:
    4 years ago 4:22 am

    389 with trips, four on the floor, and 411’s…

  • Steve Pharr says:
    4 years ago 4:21 am

    I had a Red 64 sedan…with a L88 in it..bad ass!

  • Andy Pugsley says:
    4 years ago 4:16 am

    I had a 66 GTO! I loved that car!

  • Roy Kronenberg says:
    4 years ago 4:05 am

    64 Goat and fill it up with Ethyl.

  • Michael Carter says:
    4 years ago 4:05 am

    1964. The very first of these were actually trolling the streets in late 1963.

  • Darcel Barnes says:
    4 years ago 11:19 pm

    67