The July 2014 issue of The Legend, in this very special year for the GTOAA as we celebrate the 50th anniversary of the original American factory muscle car, the 1964 Pontiac GTO, features Marty Ciezlak’s Cameo White (Code C) ’64 convertible, which Marty has owned since 2001. He spent three years restoring his ride “to original condition as much as possible” in order to “have fun driving it.” And have fun driving it he does in his home area near Denver, Colo. This GTO, one of only 6,644 convertibles built in the 1964 model year, is equipped with a 4-bbl. carb, Muncie M20 wide-ratio four speed, 3:55 rear, sport steering wheel, console, and deluxe spinner hubcaps with whitewall tires. One of the most important features? “My golf clubs fit in the trunk,” says Marty. “Hence, the GTO is well known at local golf courses.”
Also in the July issue: “Membership FAQs” with GTOAA Membership Coordinator Beth Butcher; “Now & Then” with Doug Wollgast; “Outlaw Run, Beyond the Book Series, Part 3” with Jim Weicherding; “Memories of Hurst Performance, Part 13” with Dennis Kirban; “Keeping Your Cool” with Steve Schaeffer; and “Beep Beep Crash Crash” with Randy Pribyl.
All this and more—and the new GTOAA Club Store, now operated by Custom Auto Apparel—in the July 2014 issue of The Legend, the only national automotive magazine devoted exclusively to Pontiac’s Great One! Happy 50th Anniversary, Pontiac GTO!