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The Fremont plant used the Chevrolet UPC code system for options on the trim tag. Oshawa and several other plants used this system as well.
On your trim tag, there is no way to say the car is a GTO. you will have to contact PHS and send them $65, and they will be able to get you a copy of the invoice with the originally ordered options on the '64 LeMans. The GTO was an option on the LeMans in '64, 65, '72, and '73
From the bottom line of your Fremont trim tag, the following can be decoded:
A49 = deluxe seatbelts, should be the brushed fold open style buckles, similar to used on parachutes. Before automotive seatbelts took off, most of the vendors making woven belts with buckles provided them to the aircraft business.
B70= padded instrument panel, AKA padded dash
B80 = roof dip moldings, the shiny stainless mldgs on the roof gutters.
No codes for AC or vinyl top, that's good... reads like the basis of a really sweet '64, get the PHS docs and you will learn more.