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2004 Pontiac GTOs.    Lot 4 of 63.
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CLICK-> Down under the 2004 GTO [an error occurred while processing this directive] Quicksilver 2004 GTO, underside view. Jerry commented, "I took this picture during dealer PDI. It shows the independent rear suspension and true dual exhaust. While it was on the lift a couple of salesmen came over to look at it and were amazed that it really did have dual exhaust, not just split behind the catalytic converter."
CLICK-> Quicksilver 04 GTO [an error occurred while processing this directive] What beautiful scenery. Jerry drives his Quicksilver 2004 GTO up into the mountains.
CLICK-> Quicksilver 2004 GTO [an error occurred while processing this directive] Silver Goat - Silver mountains! One of the many benefits of owning a modern-era muscle car is the reliability. This car could be enjoyed as a daily driver in this mountainous territory. This Goat is at home here.
CLICK-> Quicksilver 2004 GTO [an error occurred while processing this directive] Jerry's drive through the mountains continues. Here it must be warmer as there is greener plants and no snow.
CLICK-> Quicksilver 2004 GTO [an error occurred while processing this directive] Shot of this Quicksilver 2004 GTO in the hills.
CLICK-> Quicksilver 2004 GTO [an error occurred while processing this directive] Jerry visits the Bonneville Salt Flats. Nice cars in the background too. The GTO is parked right next to a 2005 or 2006 Ford GT in Tungsten Grey with optional painted stripes. Ford called it "The pace car for an entire company". Similar to Pontiac's GTO, Ford executives planned their GT to be a so-called "halo vehicle". Turns out the press liked the looks of the exotic GT more than the GTO, putting it on magazine covers far more often than the GTO. However the price tag of the GT puts it out of the range of most car enthusiasts, at $150,000 MSRP.
CLICK-> Quicksilver 2004 GTO [an error occurred while processing this directive] Thanks to Jerry for photographing his car in such great settings. This one was taken as sunshine reflected off the car at the Great Salt Lake Marina.

CLICK-> 2004 GTO ad [an error occurred while processing this directive] Take a look at this 8 page ad for the 2004 GTO that Pontiac placed in the March 2004 issue of Motor Trend magazine. This first page of the ad tells you what those three little letters actually stand for. The mark on the road tells you what those three little letters can do.

The best definition I've heard for what those three little letters mean can be found in The Big Little GTO Book by Albert Drake. "Omologato is the past participle of 'omologare' which means 'to ratify officially.' So Gran Turismo Omologato means 'Homologated Grand Touring' or 'Certified Grand Touring,' which is a classification determined by the Federation Internationale de I'Automobile (FIA), the international governing body of automobile activities. At the time [back in the sixties] this classification describes a closed car [sorry, no convertibles], of which at least a hundred units had been built, available to any and all interested customers, with a catalog which clearly outlined the car's options. A car in the GTO class is a production car, not a race car, but it is capable of higher-than-average speeds. Homologation refers to the formal process why which a car is accredited by the FIA. After that [Homologation] process, changes are permitted to the engine and drive train or to the chassis. Because of the Pontiac GTO, omologato became popular as a verb, 'to homologate,' meaning that a manufacturer had 'homologated' parts -- special parts which were available to the public."
CLICK-> 2004 GTO ad [an error occurred while processing this directive] A great action shot of a Phantom Black 2004 GTO is shown on the 2nd and 3rd pages of that 8 page magazine ad. This ad is readable. The ad starts by saying, "Introducing a car that needs no introduction." The ad goes on to describe the engine and a bit on the 6-speed transmission.
CLICK-> 2004 GTO ad [an error occurred while processing this directive] The red interior of the Phantom Black 2004 GTO is shown on the 4th and 5th pages of the 8 page magazine ad. This page is also readable. The page starts by saying, "And you thought all the good stuff was under the hood."
CLICK-> 2004 GTO ad [an error occurred while processing this directive] You're looking at the 6th and 7th pages of a 2004 GTO ad. The car is seen splashing up a little water.
CLICK-> 2004 GTO ad [an error occurred while processing this directive] Here is the 8th page of the 2004 GTO ad. This URL was for sale last summer, by some golf vacation travel planners. Several years ago, the GTO.COM website stood for Golf Travel Online. I made some offers to buy GTO.COM from the golf guys. They held onto it for years, then sold it to Pontiac for major money in 2003. Pontiac now uses it as a way to forward people straight to the Pontiac.com website. Good for them.

CLICK-> Black 2004 GTO [an error occurred while processing this directive] Phantom Black 2004 GTO owned by Steve Miller from Westland, Michigan. Steve tells us, "I got my new 2004 GTO on January 2, 2004. Originally I was going to have to wait for my car until the second shipment. Someone cancelled their GTO at the dealership I had ordered mine from and, BOOM! I was able to pick it up! I have now had the car for about a month and LOVE it!"
CLICK-> Black 2004 GTO [an error occurred while processing this directive] Right front view of Steve's Phantom Black 2004 GTO. Does the traction control help with the snow covered roads? Steve answers with, "The traction control works great! It is almost impossible to spin the tires enough to spin out on ice. It really makes getting around in slick weather a lot easier! The car handles not much different than a front wheel drive car in the snow. It handles better than any other rear-drive car I have driven in the snow."
CLICK-> Black 2004 GTO [an error occurred while processing this directive] Here's the rear end of Steve's Phantom Black 2004 GTO. The 5.7 emblem on the rear stands for the 5.7L engine under the hood.
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