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Phantom Black 2004 GTO, left rear view. The spoiler is standard equipment on the 2004 GTO. Those two pipes are really true dual exhausts. CLICK->
Coming to a Pontiac dealer near you! Michael Massey spotted this truckload of 2004 GTOs crossing the Nevada desert in January 2004. Michael comments, "I was in LA last week, and we drove to Las Vegas on Sunday. I caught this load of GTOs headed toward Vegas. Grabbed some pics, the driver waved at us. Love the purple one!" CLICK->
Are you waiting for your GTO to show up? It might be on this truck. In the back, we have a Torrid Red one up top and a Yellow Jacket one down below. You can see the dual exhausts snaking back under the Torrid Red one. CLICK->
Here's a closeup of a Yellow Jacket 2004 GTO on the car hauler. Yep, it's a GTO. CLICK->
Looks like there are nine 2004 GTOs on this rig. You can just make out the other yellow one hidden right behind the truck cab. One of these is purple. I think it's on top behind the last red one. CLICK->
Here's Bruce Turcotte's Phantom Black 2004 GTO waiting for him in the dealer showroom. Bruce selected the red interior. CLICK->
Another view of Bruce's Phantom Black 2004 GTO. If you want to tune your LS1 or LS2 GTO engine, here are some of Sean's book recommendations...
Phantom Black 2004 GTO ready for the ride home. In April of 2004, a small town in Virginia bought a similar black 2004 GTO for use as a police cruiser. Speeders beware. The town is called Boones Mill. They got rid of their Camaro police car in favor of a Phantom Black
sport coupe which will remain unmarked. The navy blue Camaro with
about 80,000 miles was put up for sale. It was driven over six
years by a notorious speed-trapping policeman. Extras on the Cmamro included a police light bar and Boones Mill Police insignia on the sides. It was listed on eBay. Boones Mill Police Chief Lynn Frith, with the town council's blessing, has retired his infamous Camaro police cruiser. This is a town where signs at the town limits read "Speed Limit Strictly Enforced". While the Camaro is out of service, the speed trap is not. On April 13 of 2004, the town council voted to buy Frith new wheels - a black 2004 Pontiac GTO sport coupe, with a V8 engine, 0 to 60 mph in 5.3 seconds. And unlike Frith's previous cruisers, this car will remain unmarked. The town, for which Frith also serves as town manager, bought the GTO on April 15. It will potentially cost town taxpayers about $33,385. Now Frith sits in the GTO, watching his radar as cars pass by on U.S. 220. But clearly not everyone has gotten the word. "We've had it now for three weeks, and I've already ticketed 34 people," Frith said. That's more than the 29 he ticketed in March. He's racking up more tickets because, unlike the distinctive Camaro, "most people don't even notice the car at all, because it's unmarked." On Tuesday, Frith pursued a Vermont woman whom he clocked going 20 miles above the 45 mph limit. He said that as he wrote her a ticket she checked out his new cruiser and told him, "Nice car." Information from a report in a small Virginia newspaper, unknown.
Tom Somerville has two GTOs. The one on the right is a Torrid Red 2004 GTO. The one on the left is a red 1971 GTO. Tom tells us, "The '04 is my daily driver and my '71 is a weekend and show car. They are both a lot of fun to drive and very special in their own ways." CLICK->
Brand new Torrid Red 2004 GTO owned by Forbes Cross from Lake Lotawana, Missouri. Forbes added, "This is my third GTO. I had two 67s and now this 2004. What a blast to drive." CLICK->
Forbes selected the black interior for his Torrid Red 2004 GTO. A red interior is the other available option for the Torrid Red GTO. The low-beam headlights are turned on in this picture. CLICK->
All 2004 GTOs come with this rear decklid spoiler. Looks like you'd have to open the truck to clean the fender under it. Those are true dual exhausts exiting out from under the bumper. Gr-rrr! CLICK->
Forbes just started restoring the Solar Red 1968 GTO in the background. Forbes comments, "These two Goats are a blast. The 68 is no match in the 1/4 mile against the the 2004."Click here to use our Advanced Picture Searcher to see more of his 1968 GTO. CLICK->
Quicksilver 2004 GTO owned by Jerry Thompson from Salt Lake City, Utah. Take a look at that scenery! Jerry comments, "'Mountain Goat' goes up and down the steep and windy narrow mountain roads with grace and precision. The photo was taken at about 4700 feet. The mountain peaks in background go up to 12,000 feet." CLICK->
Jerry shows us a comparison between his 2004 GTO (left) and his 2001 Grand Prix GTP (right). PICTURE SET CONTINUED ON NEXT PAGE ...