The Pontiac Grand Prix in 1964 is a personal luxury car, built for comfort, although speed is an option. There are four V8 engines on the table, with the 428 CID (7.0 L) at the top of the list. The entry level engine is a 389 putting out 303 hp (228 kW), but if you add the optional four barrel carburetor it would have a 3 hp (2.2 kW) boost. In its basic form the Grand Prix would have a three speed manual transmission, although at a little higher cost a Hydra-matic is available. The big news for ’64 is the addition of an optional Muncie 4 speed with the further option of either the wide ratio (M-20) or the close ratio M-21. The unit is a replacement for the discontinued Borg-Warner T-10.