Torrid Red 2004 GTO owned by Brad Moore from Illinois. This picture was taken at the 3rd annual Cruise-In at the Caterpillar Inc. facility he works at. The show was held during a regular workday. You could go look at all the cars when you took trips between the buildings or during lunch. There were just over 60 cars on display. CLICK->
Torrid Red 2004 GTO, right front view. Brad chose the black interior. The other option is red. CLICK->
Torrid Red 2004 GTO, left rear view. Those two pipes exiting next to each other under the bumper are actually true dual exhausts. One pipe connects to each side of the engine. Click here to see the underside view of the 2004 GTO to see how the exhausts are routed. CLICK->
Torrid Red 2004 GTO, engine view. That's a 350hp V8 LS1 engine. CLICK->
Quicksilver 2004 GTO owned by Neil Phillips from Wake Forest, North Carolina. He got it new in August 2004. Neil added a K&N aircharger. Neil tells us, "I got caught up in the Zaino issues and now have two coats, third to follow this next week. This is a great car." CLICK->
Quicksilver 2004 GTO, right front view. The Zaino wax rules, man! CLICK->
Quicksilver 2004 GTO, left rear view. CLICK->
Quicksilver 2004 GTO, right rear view in the garage. CLICK->
Here's a close-up of the restyled retro GTO fender emblem. CLICK->
Quicksilver 2004 GTO with a bright red interior. It's got the 6-speed manual transmission. CLICK->
Neil's Quicksilver 2004 GTO at sunset. Neil has since added a K&N Aircharger, non-stock front license plate holder, and Mobil 1. CLICK->
Many have wished Pontiac offered white for their 2004 GTO. Adam shows us what it would look like by modifing a picture of Neil Phillips' Quicksilver 2004 GTO into this white version. Nice job. CLICK->
Phantom Black 2004 GTO owned by Kent Linduff from Texas. Kent tells us, "My first car was a 65 GTO. This new one is all of that and more. People who say the styling is lame need to step up a little closer. The V8 'growl' turns heads at the stop light and this thing runs." CLICK->
Kent selected the black leather interior for his Phantom Black 2004 GTO. CLICK->
Phantom Black 2004 GTO, engine view.
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