The Ultimate Pontiac GTO Picture Site
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CLICK-> Torrid Red 2004 GTO, right rear view.
CLICK-> That 1970 GTO spoiler is wide. This car sees car show duty. It was also spotted at the 2006 Indy GTO Association's "Day At The Track" show at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway.
CLICK-> Jason Phipps just purchased this Phantom Black 2004 GTO. Jason tells us more, "I've had my GOAT for about two months now and I am loving it. It came with the rims which will now become my winter rims. They will be replaced with a different set of 18s come spring time. The car has no mods as of yet, but there are many plans over the next couple years to change that - first will be a two-tone, black on yellow paint sceme for next summer, and looking into a twin turbocharger kit for the following year along with other drivetrain components."
CLICK-> Phantom Black 2004 GTO, left side view.
CLICK-> Phantom Black 2004 GTO, left rear view.
CLICK-> This Torrid Red 2004 GTO used to be owned by Greg Banks. He traded it for a Quicksilver 2006 GTO. Click here to see pictures of his new GTO using the Advanced Picture Searcher loaded with year=2006, model=GTO, and owner=Greg Banks.
CLICK-> This Torrid Red 2004 GTO, right front view.
CLICK-> This is a 2004 Holden VZ UTE with 2004 Pontiac GTO front sheetmetal. It has also been converted to Left-Hand-Drive with a GTO interior for easier US driving. It is essentially a GTO truck.
CLICK-> This 2004 GTO truck was built for hauling. Check out the Holden factory fiberglass tonneau cover.
CLICK-> Phantom Black 2004 GTO UTE truck from the left side.
CLICK-> This 2004 GTO UTE truck still retains its Holden badge on the tailgate. It has a third tail light over the rear glass.
CLICK-> Inside is a 2004 GTO Left-Hand-Drive interior. It has dark blue gauges and a manual transmission.
CLICK-> Close-up of the interior.
CLICK-> Under the hood is a LS1 engine with the typical GTO trim.
CLICK-> Pulse Red 2004 GTO owned by Wade form Endwell, New York. Wade comments, "I bought this beautiful goat used this spring with a whopping 2,000 miles on it. Since I got a great discount, I couldn't resist doing some upgrades. The 04 models need the hood scoops and dual exhaust. I put a nice Borla system on it with JBA headers, a K&N cold air intake, and the ever needed (in my opinion) B&M short throw shifter. Over the winter I plan on supercharging it. Any recommendation on brand for the GTO? It will most likely get a new set of 18 inch rims and suspension upgrades."
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