The Ultimate Pontiac GTO Picture Site
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CLICK-> Pulse Red 2004 GTO, left side view. This will probably be a more valuable color for the future - since it is both rare and a popular color. The paint color can affect the value of a car. Red's are popular colors. A tan 1970 GTO with a bench seat and column shift automatic is very rare, but not very valuable - as it is not very popular.
CLICK-> The Pulse Red 2004 GTO comes with gray colored gauges. This color is only available on the special edition Pulse Red 2004 GTO.
CLICK-> The Pulse Red 2004 GTO has red stitched GTO emblems on the seat backs. This color of stitching is only available on the special edition Pulse Red 2004 GTO.
CLICK-> The data plate for David's special edition Pulse Red 2004 GTO. The MODEL code is missing the last three digits which would normally be a 3PD where the D stands for the black leather seats. The Pulse Red 2004 GTO's black seats are unique with the red GTO emblem stitched to the center. Maybe that's why the last three digits of the Model code is missing. The Paint code is 129L which stands for Pulse Red. It was built in August of 2004, which near the end of the build for the model year. The Pulse Red color is only an option on the last 800 cars built for the 2004 model year.
CLICK-> Austin Burch from Dallas, Texas purchased this 2004 GTO which is painted in a color called Phantom Black Metallic. In this shot, you get a good look at how the metal flakes shine through to the surface of the paint.
CLICK-> That's Austin taking a picture of himself in the reflection of his Phantom Black 2004 GTO's door.
CLICK-> Torrid Red 2004 GTO owned by Laurence Butler from Mobile, Alabama. Laurence tells us more, "I bought this car at the end of September. It's red on red with the 6-speed manual transmission. I've added a K&N air charger and the Borla exhaust. I'm planning on getting the windows tinted soon. I'm still looking for some after market wheels. I like the Cragar S/S wheels but can't find them with the proper bolt pattern and offset. Does anybody know where I can find some Cragars to fit? I love the power of this car and I get a lot of attention driving around town."
CLICK-> Phantom Black 2004 GTO owned by Jorge from Mary Esther, Florida. Jorge tells us, "I just got my new GTO for XMAS. I love it. It is incredible. I tested three different models and the GTO was the best car for the money."
CLICK-> Phantom Black 2004 GTO, left front view. Jorge selected the black leather interior for his ride.
CLICK-> Jorge snaps a picture of the dash in his Phantom Black 2004 GTO. Red gauges are standard in the Phantom Black 2004 GTO. There is all sorts of information contained in LCD displays under some of the gauges. This display under the temperature gauge shows the average mph which Jorge has at 23.8mph. The display under the fuel gauge shows the average fuel consumption, which is currently 16.5 mpg. I smell a contest. Who can capture a picture of the highest average speed after a trip?
CLICK-> Quicksilver 2004 GTO owned by Allan Krayeski from Erie, Pennsylvania. Allan tells us more, "I purchased it on 11/16/04. I had a few dry days to drive it and put 802 miles on her before she was put away for the winter. I watched it at my GMC dealership while taking my Envoy in for serice. I drove by it a few times and couldn't resist picking it up as a summer ride. I have to say, It's a fun car to drive!"
CLICK-> Douglas White just installed a set of 2005 Sport Appearance Package (Autocross) recessed grilles on his Phantom Black 2004 GTO.
CLICK-> Here's a comparison between the factory 2004 grille (TOP) and the 2005 Sport Appearance Package (Autocross) recessed grille (BOTTOM).
CLICK-> Douglas installed the grilles himself. In order to install the recessed grilles, you must remove the front bumper. This picture shows the bumper loosened from the driver's side.
CLICK-> This picture shows the bumper loosened from the passenger's side.
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