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In this 2004 Pontiac GTO concept, VER has differet lower split grilles and more of a 65-67 style hood scoop. The car seems to look a little meaner with a frown like this. CLICK->
This time VER has separate triple split tail-lights on his 2004 GTO concept. CLICK->
VER added his own tastes to Anthony McCrary's fantasy ad for a 2004 GTO Judge. He added 1969 style hideaway headlights and made the rear side windows smaller. CLICK->
Take a look at this one! The front end of this concept 2004 GTO screams, "Pontiac!" This one comes to us from VER. CLICK->
VER demonstrates that it would be pretty easy to make a comical SUV version of the 2004 GTO. Looks about as nice as the Pontiac Aztek, right? CLICK->
You must check this one out! VER says its for all you goatheads. CLICK->
This is a viewer's opinion on how the steering wheel logo should look on the actual car. Pontiac gave us a Pontiac arrowhead in the center of the wheel. Chris feels they should just put a large "GTO" logo there. CLICK->
Here's a shot of the first Holden Monaro, a Warwick Yellow 1968 HK 327, and a 2001 Monaro 225kw CV8. It was sent to us from firstname.lastname@example.org CLICK->
Dave Willard sent in his concept of the 2004 GTO Judge. He started with the yellow concept GTO and changed the front lights and grille, sculptured the hood and added 68/69 style scoops and hood tach. Dave commented, "Ram air - hood tach - macho front stance, unadulterated horsepower....you know it baby! Here's the direction Pontiac should take this thing! With the rich heritage the GTO has to fall back on with US muscle car enthusiasts, why not give us what we want. Give us
something Vette owners will hate to see coming up on them in the rear view mirror. Give us a real Goat!" CLICK->
Dave went back and refined the design based on all your viewer comments. He cleaned up the lines and simplified the look. He also added more aggressive styling to the lower facia around the car. Let him know what you think. CLICK->
The rear end view is nice too. Dave added a clean black panel between the tail lights that is similar to the front grilles. He also broke up that wide rear bumper with dual exhaust pipes. I'm not sure were the license plate goes though. CLICK->
This Linda creation has an imaginative rear. This rough transformation of the 2004 rear end resembles the rear on a 1966 GTO. Its not such a big deal to make a car look retro. If it looks good, retro or not, it looks good! Linda upswept the sides like on the '66 version. Then she did a louvered tail light treatment like on the '66 cars as well. NOtice the DUAL exhausts. Every good car starts with an idea. Maybe Pontiac should take some of the ideas shown here and develop a car that classic enthusiasts and newbie enthusiasts would both like? CLICK->
John Gregg sent in his version of the 2004 GTO Judge. He started with the yellow concept GTO; added Dave Willard's Judge stripes, the scoop off the Sunbird concept, fender vent, ground effects (see how the body panels have been pulled to the ground), and raised the rear spoiler. John commented , "I will say I like the new GTO even though a lot of people don't. I think its a good starting car and GM could have done a lot worse! Like that Grand Am they talked about in the 80's. And when you look at the cars back in the 60's, the GTO did look like a lot of other cars. It just made a name for itself." CLICK->
With this version, John has tried on a different hood. CLICK->
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