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The gauges are purple in the Cosmos Purple 2004 GTO. Richard's clocked only 190 miles when he snapped these pictures. CLICK->
Phantom Black 2004 GTO owned by Chris Lannoye from Milton, Wisconsin. Those are Motegi Kruz wheels. CLICK->
Here's some updated pictures of Chris's Phantom Black 2004 GTO. He's got his new hood from MPD. This new hood has scoops and a raised area in the middle of the hood that comes to a point at the front. Click here to see the aftermarket hood scoops that other owners have installed. Click here to see the hood scoops that site visitors have drawn. CLICK->
Phantom Black 2004 GTO, left side view. With that new MPD hood. The hood scoops are similar to the 68-70 GTO hood scoops, but much larger. CLICK->
Phantom Black 2004 GTO, right side view. CLICK->
Chris also has some mods under the hood. See anything different? That's an LS1 Speed CAI (Cold Air Induction). That's the big tube leading to an open air filter in the lower right corner. This allows the engine to breathe through the new hood instead of just the front grille. Contrast this with a picture of a stock 2004 GTO engine. CLICK->
Under the car, Chris added a lighter weight BMR Aluminum Skid Plate. This one weighs 5 pounds which is 10 pounds lighter than the stock steel guard. CLICK->
Yellow Jacket 2004 GTO owned by Scottie Snyder from Royal Palm Beach, Florida. Scottie tells us, "I was ambivalent about the new GTO - until I saw the yellow one at a local dealership and had the chance to fire it up. You might say that I was smitten immediately. What was so funny about this is that only 7 days later my best buddy (after letting him drive my Goat to breakfast) calls me up to tell me that he now too must have the new GTO. So we went back to Sheehan Pontiac and he bought it in black! We must have the only street in Royal Palm Beach (let alone most of Florida) with two 2004 GTOs. Last night we attended the monthly get-together of the Sunshine State GTO Club at Hooters' West Palm Beach - what a blast. They were really nice folks! We are their newest two members. I was told that the initiation involves letting club members drive our Goats at high speed through some bad neighborhoods. Not too sure about that one!" CLICK->
Rear end view of Scottie's Yellow Jacket 2004 GTO. Scottie's GTO has a black interior which is the only color available with the Yellow paint. CLICK->
Scottie added some vinyl decal-graphics to the hood of his Yellow Jacket 2004 GTO. Scottie has another story to share, "I got pulled over approximately 1 MILE from home a couple of weeks ago. The officer informed me that the renewal sticker on my license plate had expired. I told him that I had forgot to put it on as it was in the glove box. He replied that I wouldn't get a ticket this time so long as I let him check out the car. Chalk up another Pontiac fan!" CLICK->
Another shot of Scottie's Yellow Jacket 2004 GTO with his new hood graphics. CLICK->
Phantom Black 2004 GTO owned by Nick Varnalis from Manheim, Pennsylvania. Nick selected the black interior for his ride. A red interior is the other option for a black 2004 GTO. Nick adds, "Only 2 weeks old and loving it! It may be sedated in it's looks, but it has the GTO formula down pat. Great car!" CLICK->
Phantom Black 2004 GTO, left side view. CLICK->
Phantom Black 2004 GTO, down low right rear view. Is that an older GTO in the garage? CLICK->
Looking up the right side of Nick's new Phantom Black 2004 GTO. There's a 5.7 Liter engine under the hood - See the 5.7 emblem on the back. Yep, that is an older GTO in the background. We have pictures of some of Nicks older GTO, but not this one. Click here to see them. PICTURE SET CONTINUED ON NEXT PAGE ...
Here's a comment from a recent visitor...
Says Jeffrey N. Meyer (Jefflerna.@ucd.net) - "I'm out here in the middle of the Pacific on the Island of Guam. I'm a GTO/Pontiac fan! Ever since my Dad owned a Green '68 GTO when I was young. There are 2 GTO's on this Island of 150 thousand people, I've seen or heard of a black '69 convertible, and heard of a (story) of a '64 stashed away somewhere. So maybe if I get rich someday (hee,hee) or if I go back to the states. I'll certainly buy a '68 or a '69 GTO!"