The Ultimate Pontiac GTO Picture Site
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CLICK-> Torrid Red 2004 GTO, left side view.
CLICK-> Turismo (blue) 2002 Holden Monaro Bryan Thalbourne from Adelaide SA, Australia. This car is very similar in style to the 2004 Pontiac GTO. Bryan tells us more, "This car is ex-Design Director Michael Simcoe's Monaro company car. He had three built in this non-standard colour until he was happy with the formulation (one other lives in Adelaide South Australia too). At least one Commodore sedan was built with this colour. Then reputedly 30 Series 3 coupes were painted this colour prior to it being an option on the VZ Monaro and HSV GTO coupe. Why it's not a Pontiac GTO color I cannot say. Michael did several upgrades to the car; essentially engine, exhaust, cal., brakes, wheels, and tyres. Sadly these have been 'undone' prior to my purchase. I bought it direct from Holden in March 2005 by keeping in touch with it's progress after seeing it at a (Monaro Club) function in Victoria in July 2003. Michael has promised to provide me with the specifications of the upgrades he did so I can redo them."
CLICK-> Here is Bryan with his Turismo (blue) 2002 Holden Monaro in front of the Holden plant!
CLICK-> Here is the dash in Bryan's 2002 Holden Monaro. You can see where the GTO gauge design evolved from.
CLICK-> White 2001 Holden VX SS Commodore 4-door owned by Julz from Melbourne, Australia. Like the 2004 Pontiac GTO, this one has the 5.7 Liter engine and 17 inch alloy wheels.
CLICK-> White 2001 Holden VX SS Commodore 4-door, right front view. It has a sun roof!
CLICK-> White 2001 Holden VX SS Commodore 4-door, right rear view. This looks like the same spoiler as on the 2004 Pontiac GTO. Julz installed a trailer hitch!
CLICK-> Let's peek inside Julz's 2001 Holden VX SS Commodore 4-door! Don't attempt to adjust your monitor, this IS a right-hand-drive car.
CLICK-> Yellow Jacket 2004 GTO owned by Ed Falcon from Puerto Rico. Ed tells us about his GTO, "This is my 2004 which I got brand new in 2005 for $10k under the MSRP. Needless to say the dealer was hot to sell. Living in Puerto Rico, the four cylinder capital of the world, it's hard to find V8 performance cars, much less a special breed like the GTO. There's only about six or seven on the roads here so it's no wonder everybody stops to talk to me about the car. At traffic lights I get other drivers asking me questions about it. A couple of times even panhandlers have expressed their admiration of the car. Today, Oct. 28, 2005, a guy in a 2005 Mustang GT blocked traffic to ask me about my car. But the funniest thing is when these guys in their little Japanese 'cucarachas' like Suzuki Balenos, Toyota Echos, or Honda Civics try to piss me off and make me run with them. My criteria for street racing is: for the cost of gasoline nowadays whoever runs with me has to be willing to spend as much in gas as I'm going to. I only know of one other yellow GTO that's out on the streets here. I know it's a 2005 model that's distinguishable by its hood and rear. I decided to make mine unique. So I went for the 19 inch HP wheels which everybody loves and also the 'Judge' replica stripes. Next up are bigger rotors and calipers followed by a supercharger and exhaust."
CLICK-> Yellow Jacket 2004 GTO, right side view.
CLICK-> Yellow Jacket 2004 GTO, left rear view.
CLICK-> Shot down the driver's side of Ed's Yellow Jacket 2004 GTO. Those are 19 inch HP wheels.
CLICK-> Ed also added some GTO decals to the rocker panels.
CLICK-> Ed Falcon sends us some updated shots of his Yellow Jacket 2004 GTO coupe.
CLICK-> Ed changed out the tail lights to blackened ones like the 2006 GTO.
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