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2005 Pontiac GTOs.    Lot 20 of 36.
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CLICK-> Yellow 2005 GTO [an error occurred while processing this directive] Here is Rob smiling in his Yellow Jacket 2005 GTO. Rob tells us more, "I like it more and more everyday. Best car I've owned yet and I have had some muscle cars! Sick Fast and always ready for the stop light race. I raced a Harley. We were neck and neck. He was doing a wheely we took off so fast. Needless to say, he gave no warning to his girlfriend on the back. Boy did she look mad! Good thing she was hanging on!"

CLICK-> Black 2005 GTO [an error occurred while processing this directive] Here is Benjamin Hahn and his Phantom Black 2005 GTO. Looks like he switched to 18 inch aftermarket wheels and tires. That is also the Sport Appearance Package rear decklid spoiler.

CLICK-> Midnight Blue 2005 GTO [an error occurred while processing this directive] Midnight Blue 2005 GTO owned by Elbert Dooley. Elbert adds, "I bought mine at dealer in the L.A. area when it appeared that San Diego dealers wouldn't see one for another month. I couldn't wait. This car is a "street fightin' machine!" - even SS-Z28's give it respect! Nothing short of a Vette or Viper can touch it in its "stock" form. I will make a few mods soon - that won't cancel my warranty."
CLICK-> Midnight Blue 2005 GTO [an error occurred while processing this directive] Midnight Blue 2005 GTO, left rear view.

CLICK-> Torrid Red 2005 GTO [an error occurred while processing this directive] Terry and Chris Robbins own this Torrid Red 2005 GTO. Terry tells us about some of his modifications, "I added a K&N FIPK and changed the factory mufflers to open up the exhaust a bit. This produced an amazing 3 - 5 mile per gallon increase at highway speeds. Other items include a skip shift and B&M short throw shifter. The stripes were an afterthought but it really makes the car jump out in a crowd."
CLICK-> Torrid Red 2005 GTO [an error occurred while processing this directive] Torrid Red 2005 GTO, right rear view.

CLICK-> Yellow Jacket 2005 GTO [an error occurred while processing this directive] Yellow Jacket 2005 GTO owned by Marc Ingram from Minneapolis, Minnesota. Marc had this to share, "I have always wanted a GTO. My all time favorite is the 1970 model year. When the 2004 model arrived I still had thoughts of trying to find a 1970. When the 2005 arrived I took a long hard look at it vs buying a 35 year old car. The 2005 won out! The next step was to find a dealer that would sell the car to me for what I wanted to pay. Mission accomplished. I purchased the car May 2006. The car is scary fast, and I am very pleased! I try and drive it only on the weekends. Since I live in the snow belt it will be stored during the winter. I kept my 1999 Grand Prix GT as my daily driver!"
CLICK-> Yellow Jacket 2005 GTO [an error occurred while processing this directive] Yellow Jacket 2005 GTO, right front view. Marc's Goat sports a set of stock 17 inch wheels.
CLICK-> 2005 GTO LS2 Engine [an error occurred while processing this directive] A peek at the 400hp 6.0 liter LS2 engine under the hood.
CLICK-> Under da Goat [an error occurred while processing this directive] Here is a new shot. It shows how the dual exhaust pipes are routed under the chassis. This is very different from the 2004 version. It's interesting how you can see a few factory paint daubs and overspray patterns. This will be useful restoration reference material in 30 years. Who knows what the future will hold? I'll be calling this internet site up on my glasses-mounted plasma visor and reading it. Or maybe I'll project this image on my garage wall with my 1,000 watt pocket pen projector with color laser holographics. Just $20 at Wal-Mart, I imagine. A lot can happen in 30 years, in the year 2036.
CLICK-> Under da Goat [an error occurred while processing this directive] A view of the underside from the front.
CLICK-> Yellow Jacket 2005 GTO [an error occurred while processing this directive] One more shot of Marc's Yellow Jacket 2005 GTO in his driveway.

CLICK-> Black 05 GTO [an error occurred while processing this directive] Phantom Black 2005 GTO owned by Brian D from Amherst, New York. Brian tells us how he got it, "I was driving by a local Pontiac dealership and saw what I mistakenly took for a new black 2006 GTO up on a pedestal in the used lot. I figured that the dealership was trying to bring people into the used lot by putting this beautiful piece of machinery for everyone to see. I went and inquired. It was used! It had 4,000 miles on it and still had the 'new' smell! The car is in beautiful condition, and I couldn't be happier! My friend's STI is also in the picture. We plan to line them up in the VERY near future."
CLICK-> Black 05 GTO [an error occurred while processing this directive] Front end view of Brian's Phantom Black 2005 GTO.

CLICK-> Midnight Blue 2005 GTO [an error occurred while processing this directive] Midnight Blue 2005 GTO owned by John from Oakland, California. He purchased it in March of 2005.
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