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2004 GTOAA International Convention coverage
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CLICK-> 73 GTO dash [an error occurred while processing this directive] Interior view of Bill's white 1973 GTO. This one has a 4-speed manual transmission with console, a in-dash tach (part of the UPC WW8 Rally Cluster option), and the fuel-oil-temp rally gauge in the center pod. There was a second Rally Cluster option (UPC W63) that used a clock instead of the in-dash tach.

CLICK-> Gold 73 GTO [an error occurred while processing this directive] This looks like a Valencia Gold 1973 GTO sport coupe with the saddle colored interior. It is owned by Ted from Shelby Township, Michigan. These cars looked great with the NACA-style (not NASA) hood scoops. NACA was the National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics, which in 1958 became NASA.
CLICK-> Gold 73 GTO [an error occurred while processing this directive] Valencia Gold 1973 GTO sport coupe, left rear view. This bodystyle was known as the Collonade style. It has a very pointy rearent design. In the 70's, people would customize their cars by jacking them up in the rear with air shocks or shackles. But when this type of car was jacked up, it looked a little silly. This particular car appears to be stock.
CLICK-> 73 GTO interior [an error occurred while processing this directive] We're peering through the window of this Valencia Gold 1973 GTO sport coupe to get a view of the interior. This one has saddle colored bucket seats and a floor shift automatic with center console. Looks real clean.

CLICK-> Blue 73 GTO [an error occurred while processing this directive] Blue 1973 GTO sport coupe with honeycomb wheels. It is owned by Ben from Michigan. Both of the cars seen in this photo have the side window louvers.
CLICK-> Blue 73 GTO [an error occurred while processing this directive] Shiny blue 1973 GTO sport coupe, left rear view. This one has a 455 in it? Ben responds to that question, "Yes it is a 455. Since the 2004 nats, 90% of the interior has been replaced, including the dash. All black interior with blue carpet. This spring (2006) the engine compartment will be redetailed with the addition of #16 cylinder heads, new power stering pump, and radiator. Also reproduction factory exhaust extensions will be added, along with other NOS pieces. This car has a two page window sticker with over 40 options. The options cost about $50 more than the base price of this GOAT built in April of 1973."

CLICK-> Black 73 GTO [an error occurred while processing this directive] A black 1973 GTO sport coupe from Michigan. Check out the baby moons. I think this is the same car that won best in show last year in Columbus (2003).

CLICK-> Green 74 GTO [an error occurred while processing this directive] Fernmist Green 1974 GTO. Fermist Green is paint code 40. This one has a white interior. The owners of this car were very nice, and seemed to have a lot of knowledge about this unusually-colored car.
CLICK-> Fernmist 74 GTO [an error occurred while processing this directive] Fernmist Green 1974 GTO, left rear view. The 1974 GTO came as either a hatchback or a notchback. The hatchback featured hinges above the rear window and a large gate that would raise up with the aid of hydraulic cylinders. This is the notchback. It was more like a normal trunklid. I think both versions may have had fold-down rear seats?

CLICK-> Red 74 GTO [an error occurred while processing this directive] Buccaneer Red 1974 GTO with stripes and trim-less Rally II wheels. Chrome trim rings were not used in 1974 on Rally II wheels.
CLICK-> Red 74 GTO [an error occurred while processing this directive] Buccaneer Red 1974 GTO, left rear view. I think there is a tiger stuck in the trunk.
CLICK-> 74 GTO interior [an error occurred while processing this directive] Buccaneer Red 1974 GTO, interior view. This one has white bucket seats, a manual transmission with console, Rally gauges, and the Custom Sport steering wheel. The Rally gauges consisted of the replacing the fuel gauge to the left of the speedometer with a 4500 redline tach. The fuel gauge is moved down to the console along with gauges for the battery, temperature, and oil.
CLICK-> 74 GTO engine [an error occurred while processing this directive] Buccaneer Red 1974 GTO, engine view. Very clean in here. That's called a Shaker air intake, because it shakes when the engine is rev'ed.

CLICK-> Blue 74 GTO [an error occurred while processing this directive] Nice looking blue 1974 GTO with a 455 engine under the hood judging from the decal on the shaker hood scoop. The license plate says NO NOVA. Dean says this car has won 3 of 4 GTOAA Nationals (73-74 popular vote). It was also on the cover of High Performance Pontiac magazine in October 2004. Dean is also an avid model builder.
CLICK-> Blue 74 GTO [an error occurred while processing this directive] Blue 1974 GTO, right rear view. This one has a set of rubber guards on the rear bumper as well as the front.
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