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Torrid Red 2004 GTO, right rear view. Those are the stock factory wheels that Rich had chromed. CLICK->
Torrid Red 2004 GTO, interior view. It's got the 4-speed automatic transmission. CLICK->
Rich sends in a couple of more pictures of his Torrid Red 2004 GTO taken on a sunny day. CLICK->
Torrid Red 2004 GTO, left side view. CLICK->
Torrid Red 2004 GTO, right rear view. CLICK->
Rich added a bra to his Goat. CLICK->
Rich Bialek's Torrid Red 2004 GTO (left) next to his brother's red 1992 Corvette convertible. CLICK->
Here is Rich standing next to his Torrid Red 2004 GTO just after putting 23,000 miles on it. CLICK->
Rich got an award for the top 20 cars at a local car show. The trophy is perched on the hood. CLICK->
Rich's Dad's 1969 GTO (left) and Rich's 2004 GTO (right). Rich explains, "Here are some pics of my GTO by my old house in Chicago as it looks today. Obviously they let it get pretty run down. I wanted to replicate the same pictures that my Dad made with his GTO back in the 70s when we lived here. I scanned them side-by-side to show a then and now pictures of both our GTOs by the house. A thirty year difference." CLICK->
Another comparison shot. Look at how much that trees behind the car grew in 30 years. CLICK->
A comparison shot looking from the other side. The surroundings have changed a little bit with the passing of time. How many differences can you spot? CLICK->
You can see another Pontiac across the street in the vintage photo. Look how much that tree grew. I'd like to see even more people do a photo comparison with their cars. CLICK->
This guy took his 2000 Holden Commodore and put Holden "GTO" parts on it. Australian "GTO" parts are different than the Pontiac GTO parts. He made his 4-door car look more sporty. Like the 2004 GTO, this car has the 5.7 Litre engine.
2000 Holden Commodore (GTO Clone), left front view. PICTURE SET CONTINUED ON NEXT PAGE ...
Here's a comment from a recent visitor...
Says Tom Whirrett - "I work for an auto crushing company in Iowa. I see a lot of cars go to waste. It is good to see people restore them not crush them. Don't tell my boss I said that. Haha."