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Phantom Black 2004 GTO, right rear view. CLICK->
Phantom Black 2004 GTO, rear end view. Those are true dual exhausts even though they exit right next to each other. There's a 5.7 Liter LS1 engine under the hood. CLICK->
David selected a black interior and the automatic transmission for his Goat. Phantom Black 2004 GTOs come standard with the red gauges. CLICK->
He had to have it. Cosmos Purple 2004 GTO sitting in a dealership in Wisconsin. It was purchased by Rich Knapp. CLICK->
Here is a happy Rich Knapp getting his keys for his new Cosmos Purple 2004 GTO. CLICK->
Cosmos Purple 2004 GTO at Rich's house. Rich tells us, "I Picked up my GTO and have not had one thing I am disappointed in it
other than the waiting the 500 miles (break-in) to play." CLICK->
Rich sends in more pictures of his Cosmos Purple 2004 GTO. He added a "GTO" windshield graphic to make the car's model more apparent to passers-by. Rich adds, "Unfortunately, the multi colors of the Cosmos Purple color only comes alive in bright direct sunlight. It makes taking pictures s a bear. But, when it comes alive, there is no prettier color. Well, maybe the Midnight Blue Metallic 2005 I have ordered. No, I am not trading in my Grape Goat. Yes, I WILL HAVE 2 GOATS." CLICK->
Cosmos Purple 2004 GTO, left front view. Rich added a GTO windshield decal and a vintage GTO logo license plate. CLICK->
Another left front view of Rich's Cosmos Purple 2004 GTO. Yes, I know it's the same view as before - but capturing purple on this car in photos is a rare occurrence. CLICK->
Cosmos Purple 2004 GTO, right front view. CLICK->
A night shot. At the Citgo station. A very unusual perspective of the 2004 GTO. CLICK->
Rich added a couple of more personal touches to his 2004 GTO. He's added a GTO decal in front of the rear wheels on the valance and he modified his wheels. He shaded the spokes and put a GTO name on one of them. This gives the wheels more depth than the stock look. CLICK->
Here's a close-up of the GTO decal on the valance in front of the rear wheel. You can also see the shading he did to his stock wheels. CLICK->
Another shot of Rich's modifications. CLICK->
Oh, boy. The problem with this slick modification is that you have to keep moving the car back and forth so that the GTO emblem is not upside down! PICTURE SET CONTINUED ON NEXT PAGE ...
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