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The silver flames extend around the front fenders to the doors. CLICK->
Flamed Yellow Jacket 2004 GTO, left side view. CLICK->
Flamed Yellow Jacket 2004 GTO, right side view. CLICK->
Torrid Red 2004 GTO owned by Phil Ormerod. Phil tells us about his car, "I've only had my 'Little GTO' for a few months, so I'm just starting the modifications. FUN! So far, a K&N filter charger lets the LS1 motor breathe a whole lot more air up here at 7000 feet altitude in the Land of Enchantment - Taos, New Mexico." CLICK->
Phil selected the red leather interior and the 6-speed manual transmission for his GTO. Hey! Someone installed the steering wheel up-side-down. CLICK->
Dave Wolin built this Yellow Jacket 2004 GTO for road racing. He says the top speed is 165mph so far. CLICK->
A shot of Dave Wolin's road racing Yellow Jacket 2004 GTO standing still. CLICK->
Torrid Red 2004 GTO owned by Lynn and Jeannie Denbrook from Orlando, Florida. This is the second GTO that Lynn purchased new. The other was a red 1967 GTO. Lynn still has that GTO. Click here to see Lynn's 1967 GTO using the Advanced Picture Searcher loaded with year=1967, model=GTO, and owner=Lynn Denbrook. CLICK->
Torrid Red 2004 GTO, front end view. CLICK->
Torrid Red 2004 GTO, interior view. Lynn select the black leather interior and automatic transmission. CLICK->
The letters GTO are stitched into the seat covers. CLICK->
A shot of the LS1 engine in this Torrid Red 2004 GTO. CLICK->
Cosmos Purple 2004 GTO as seen at the Quaker Steak in Valley View, Ohio. CLICK->
Side view of this Cosmos Purple 2004 GTO. These come standard with a purple leather interior. You cannot get the interior in any other color when you select Cosmos Purple paint. CLICK->
Torrid Red 2004 GTO owned by Rich Bialek from Mt. Prospect, Illinois. Rich says, "I bought this car at the end of August from the original owner. The car sat in the show room for quite a while until he bought it. The car has a '68 to '70 GTO style hood, black racing stripes along the sides, chrome wheels, K&N filter, and a paint protection package." PICTURE SET CONTINUED ON NEXT PAGE ...
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