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2004 Pontiac GTOs.    Lot 57 of 63.
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CLICK-> Black 2004 GTO [an error occurred while processing this directive] Phantom Black 2004 GTO owned by Michael Johnson from Houston, Texas. Michael had this to share, "I moved to Houston Texas from Baton Rough Louisiana to become a Highschool teacher. Fresh out of college, one of my first orders of business once I got settled was to get me some wheels. I chose this GTO as soon as I layed eyes on it. I have only had it since September 2007. Since then I have added Flowmaster 10 series race mufflers (loudest thing you've ever heard), 18 inch black rings with the chrome lip (18x8.5 in the front and 18x9.5 in the back), 2% window tint, four 12-inch subwoofers (two in the trunk and two in the side panels of the backseat), sub amp, high amp, and two Raiders emblems on the sides. O-yeah - and custom Oakland Raider center caps from my rims!"
CLICK-> Black 2004 GTO [an error occurred while processing this directive] Phantom Black 2004 GTO, rear end view.
CLICK-> Black 2004 GTO [an error occurred while processing this directive] Phantom Black 2004 GTO, right side view.
CLICK-> Aftermarket rims [an error occurred while processing this directive] Close-up of Michael's 18-inch rims. He has 18x8.5 in the front and 18x9.5 in the back. Check Michael's custom Oakland Raiders center cap.
CLICK-> Custom Window Tint [an error occurred while processing this directive] Michael did some custom work with the window tint on his rear window. Check it out! It's the state of Louisiana cut into the tint.
CLICK-> Bead-dazeled Shifter [an error occurred while processing this directive] And some custom shifter boot work.

CLICK-> Ouch [an error occurred while processing this directive] Wrecked Torrid Red 2004 GTO owned by Pete from Hammond, Indiana. Pete tells us, "I waited forever for the arrival of the new generation Goat. Strange how i got it. I had a Mustang (yeah, I know). It got rear ended with only two payments left! They paid it off and gave me its worth. So, I went out and got my dream. Three months into owning it, I hit an ice patch!"
CLICK-> Ouch [an error occurred while processing this directive] But.... It was savable!
CLICK-> Red 04 GTO [an error occurred while processing this directive] And now it's back together! Pete says, "It now has a Webasto sunroof and I'm in the process of putting a RKram air hood on it." Nice Firebird!
CLICK-> Goat Emblem [an error occurred while processing this directive] Pete added a GOAT emblem to the trunk lid.
CLICK-> Red 2004 GTO [an error occurred while processing this directive] Pete has since changed the hood. Pete adds, "The 04 year didn't come with scoops, so I ordered an RK Sport Ram Air hood. In my opinion, it looks better than the stock look. It resembles a '69."

CLICK-> Silver 04 GTO [an error occurred while processing this directive] Quicksilver 2004 GTO owned by Lucas Johnson from Harlem, Georgia. Lucas adds, "My mom was looking for an economical vehicle and some how ended up with a hot-rod, - my mom dusting that Mercedes on the test drive, put the biggest smile on her face. My parents loved it so much they wanted another one and now have an 06 in the same combo and this one. This is the best first car I think anyone could ask for."

CLICK-> Black 04 GTO [an error occurred while processing this directive] Mark Engle changed his 2004 GTO to look like a Monaro. Mark says, "I wanted a new GTO but found out it is an import. Got front, rear bumpers, sill/scuff plates, wheel insets, airbag emblem, engine cover, and tail lights from Australia. I changed dash inset from red to blue and it says 'Monaro' in it. Painted exterior stripes in Dupont Chromalusion and all garnishment inside the car. I had seat covers changed from GTO to Monaro, shaved door handles, changed to dual exhaust from each side of car, painted wheels, superchip and K&N cone filter for performance. I put a 2005 hood on (gots to have scoops) and put a DVD player in dash (middle, where the Aussies put gauges). I don't like wings so I put a spoiler on it. It took two years to complete."

CLICK-> Yellow 04 GTO [an error occurred while processing this directive] Yellow Jacket 2004 GTO owned by Mike Mott from Wapello, Iowa. It has a custom exhaust system, K&N cold air intake, tinted windows, painted recessed grilles, and a 05 hood with hood scoops. Mike tells us, "I bought it on eBay from a guy in Florida. NO REGRETS. This thing is a crazy cool piece of machinery. I hope to get some more horses out of the all ready powerful LS1. Maybe from a Magnussen Charger. I plan to get a custom subwoofer box built for the trunk. This ride is sweet and I encourage any new GTO lover to get their hands on one of these."
CLICK-> Yellow 04 GTO [an error occurred while processing this directive] Yellow Jacket 2004 GTO, with the hood and doors open.
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