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2004 Pontiac GTOs.    Lot 10 of 63.
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CLICK-> Yellow 04 GTO with scoops [an error occurred while processing this directive] Another view of the Arrowhead Performance Yellow Jacket 2004 GTO prototype. It's got 1969 GTO styled accent stripes.
CLICK-> Yellow 04 GTO with scoops [an error occurred while processing this directive] The Arrowhead Performance Yellow Jacket 2004 GTO prototype. Thos are Hurst inspired wheels. We got 18x8' rims with 245/40/18 Toyo meats in the front and 18x9' rims with 270/35/18's in the rear. The exhausts exit out each side just before the rear wheels.
CLICK-> Supercharger! [an error occurred while processing this directive] Is that big hood scoop just for looks? Nope! That's a Magnacharger intercooled supercharger crammed in there. Ouch!
CLICK-> Vintage style shift knob [an error occurred while processing this directive] For the interior, Dan's got a short throw shifter with white ball knob.

CLICK-> Red 04 GTO [an error occurred while processing this directive] Torrid Red 2004 GTO owned by Bill Knoth from Katy, Texas. Bill selected the red interior and the 6-speed manual transmission for his GTO.
CLICK-> 04 and 72 GTOs [an error occurred while processing this directive] Now Bill has a pair of GTOs. Here is his new Torrid Red 2004 GTO sitting next to his Cameo White 1972 GTO. Bill says, "It's hard to decide which I like to drive More!" Click here to see more pictures of Bills' Cameo White 1972 GTO.

CLICK-> Stay away from that tire, doggy! [an error occurred while processing this directive] Cosmos Purple 2004 GTO owned by Redgy Boyer from Redding, California. He ordered it in July of 2003 and got it March 25th of 2004.
CLICK-> Purple 2004 GTO [an error occurred while processing this directive] Cosmos Purple 2004 GTO, left side view. Redgy is looking for ground effects and hot add-ons for his new Goat.
CLICK-> Purple 2004 GTO [an error occurred while processing this directive] Cosmos Purple 2004 GTO, left front view. This one has a purple interior. Purple is the only color that is available with the Cosmos Purple paint. That's Redgy and his son, Lance's, 1969 GTO project car behind it. Click here to see more of the '69 car.
CLICK-> Purple 2004 GTO [an error occurred while processing this directive] Cosmos Purple 2004 GTO at the Kool April Nites Show and Shine 2004 in Redding, California.
CLICK-> New Hood [an error occurred while processing this directive] Redgy has since added a new hood to his Cosmos Purple 2004 GTO. Redgy adds, "We have added a new Ram Air fiberglass hood that seals to the air box. I have not put 1969 Ram Air stickers on the hood yet because the paint has not been buffed out. I got my new license plate - so now you can see what I am a GTO LUVR from california."
CLICK-> Purple Scoopy [an error occurred while processing this directive] Cosmos Purple 2004 GTO, front view. The hood scoops are accented with white paint that fades into the purple paint.
CLICK-> SCOOPY [an error occurred while processing this directive] Cosmos Purple 2004 GTO, left front view. This was taken at the Silverthorn Resort on Lake Shasta. It's down the road from where Redgy lives.
CLICK-> 2004 GTO in China Town [an error occurred while processing this directive] Cosmos Purple 2004 GTO sitting in San Francisco on the street in China Town. San Francisco's Chinatown is the largest Chinatown in North America, but it is also the most commercial. Unlike the Chinatowns in Vancouver or New York, San Francisco's Chinatown is in some areas filled with tourist shops. Still, it has a lot of charm and atmosphere. Besides the well-known Chinatown Gate, the aproximate 24-block area contains a lot of pagoda-roofed buildings, as well as nicely decorated lamp posts and phone booths in Chinese style. You can see one of those fancy lamp posts in this photo across the street. Chinatown also has several temples; three of them are located in the Waverly Place, which is also known as the "street of painted balconies". This street is certainly worth a visit. Another nice and much-photographed place in Chinatown is the corner of California and Grant, which has some nice pagoda-roofed buildings. The best way to visit San Francisco's Chinatown is by strolling through the streets. The area you should visit is located between Stockton Street and Grant Avenue, which has the best Chinatown atmosphere. The GTO is seen here parked across the street from China Station, at 456 Grant Avenue.

CLICK-> 2004 Race Car [an error occurred while processing this directive] Keith MacDonald spotted this red 2004 GTO race car. It's got many modifications; higher spoiler, wheel flares, ground effects, racing seats, louvered hood, and a cool goat graphic in front of the rear wheel and over the rear window. The goat head graphic closely resembles that of the Holden Racing Team in Australia. They use a white lion's head, usually on a red car.
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