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Torrid Red 2004 GTO, right rear view. It's a Mountain Goat. CLICK->
Torrid Red 2004 GTO, left rear view. This car has true dual exhausts, even though they exit the rear of the car right next to each other. CLICK->
At the forefront of the photo is a Kangaroo Rat. It looks like it has been chewed on. Kangaroo Crossing - Gaynard tells us, "One of the OZs told me there were no Kangaroos in USA. Well, it was a California Kangaroo Rat which are very common in the California Desert. They are attracted to light just as big Kangaroos jump into headlights.
I did not hit it. It was just there when I swung 'Growls 1' around to take the photograph. CLICK->
Torrid Red 2004 GTO owned by Wes. Wes selected the black interior. Wes tells us, "I got my GTO about 3 weeks ago. I have done a few things, like the GTO decal and tints and soon two 10" subs and a remote start security system. I am finding a lot of people looking at me and tonight someone actually pulled up next to me and honked the horn and wanted me to lower my window. So I did, and he ask how it was and if I liked it. I told him, "Hell ya I like it." He said it is the first one he has seen. He was probably thinking - what is a kid doing driving this car, because I am only 18." CLICK->
Torrid Red 2004 GTO, front end view. Snow! CLICK->
Torrid Red 2004 GTO, left side. Shiny! CLICK->
Close up of the GTO window decal on Wes's Torrid Red 2004 GTO. You can see the GTO wording on the seats too. Radar detector! CLICK->
Torrid Red 2004 GTO, left rear view. Bright! CLICK->
Red gauges are standard on the Torrid Red 2004 GTO. The display just below the center two gauges also shows which song is playing on the CD. I just noticed that the fuel gauge moves in the opposite direction as most US cars. CLICK->
Here's a 2004 GTO that anyone can afford. Ertl just came out with this 1:64th scale Cosmos Purple 2004 GTO diecast. It's the same size as a hotwheel. CLICK->
Pete Chambers purchased this showroom Phantom Black 2004 GTO. The car in the back is a black 1965 GTO convertible. This is Granite Run Pontiac dealership in Media, Pennsylvania. Pete allowed them to keep the car on the floor for a week after he purchased it until a second 2004 GTO arrived. CLICK->
Here's the rear end of Pete's Phantom Black 2004 GTO. It must have been pretty hard to puchase it, then leave it here for another week. CLICK->
Pete's Phantom Black 2004 GTO has the red interior. Pete had the option to choose a black interior too. The red gauges are standard when you choose black paint. This one has the 6 speed manual transmission. CLICK->
Here's Pete and his Phantom Black 2004 GTO out in front of the Granite Run Pontiac dealership. CLICK->
It's Home! Pete's Phantom Black 2004 GTO is home. Pete commented, "This is an awesome car to DRIVE - soooo much fun. The last car that was this much fun to drive was my 1961 Ford Starliner - way back when. It looks awesome and drives even better!" PICTURE SET CONTINUED ON NEXT PAGE ...
Here's a comment from a recent visitor...
Says Dan Foley (foley.@link2000.net) - "Although it brings tears to my eyes, I love to see the GOATS out to pasture. I guess it's just my love of salvage yards."