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Robert Holden shares updates to his Quicksilver 2005 GTO. He changed the wheels and added Holden lion & sun center badges. CLICK->
Quicksilver 2005 GTO coupe, right side view. CLICK->
Quicksilver 2005 GTO coupe, right rear view. CLICK->
Robert designed the center cap adapters. They are made of black nylon. He used the Holden lion & sun center badge in place of the Pontiac centers. They are the same on the back (mount) side. CLICK->
Phantom Black 2005 GTO owned by Mark Henry from Clinton Twp., Michigan. Mark comments, "I bought the car new and have had it 3 years. The engine is a forged 402ci LS2 with a F1A Procharger [see the next pictures]. Its my everyday driver in warm weather and is put to bed every winter." CLICK->
Mark tells us more about the engine, "The only kept part from the LS2 engine was the block. A few mods are as follows: Cola crankshaft, Callies Compstar H beam rods, Mahle Power Pack pistons, Katech ported stage 2 heads, ATI Super Damper, Kooks long tube headers, APS fuel supply and rail system, Yank 4000 converter, Pedders suspension, custom-one-off ram-airbox built by Katech, a Ron Davis radiator, 3.91 gears, 8.5:1 compression, show prep engine, with other mods done as well." CLICK->
Side view of the entire engine compartment. CLICK->
Close-up of the right side of the engine. CLICK->
Close-up of the left side of the engine. CLICK->
Impulse Blue 2005 GTO owned by Jonathan Lisowski from Milwaukee, Wisconsin. It has a 6-speed manual. Jonathan is going to get personalized 'glu fctry' plates. CLICK->
Impulse Blue 2005 GTO, right front view. It's a rainy sort of day. This GTO has the stock 17-inch wheels. CLICK->
Shot of the 6.0 Liter engine! CLICK->
Torrid Red 2005 GTO owned by Jason Carlson from Harrisville, Utah. Jason tells us, "I wanted to trade in my truck for a sports car of some type. I found that Mustangs are cheap (because there is so many of them) and I could afford the payments. Something keep telling me not to, and I am glad I did not buy that car. A day later I found my GTO, the price was
great and low miles (25000). I have a 1970 GTO and love it - always have loved the new GTOs! The Ram Air IV sticker is from OPGI. Fits the car well. 40 years from now I will still have this car and give it to one of my children, for them to enjoy! FYI, the 1970 GTO is a Atoll Blue with a 455 four speed black vinyl top." CLICK->
Close-up of the hood scoops and vintage Ram Air IV decal. CLICK->
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