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The Ultimate Pontiac GTO Picture Site
by Sean Mattingly.
2004 GTOAA International Convention coverage
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2004 GTOAA Convention.    Lot 11 of 13.
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CLICK-> 04 with Autocross Body Kit [an error occurred while processing this directive] Barbados Blue 2004 GTO with a body kit. The nose is different than stock. It has recessed grilles with gray accents. It has a different center air intake below the grilles, side rocker panels with air vents behind the front wheels, and a modified rear deck lid spoiler. Upon further study, this car has the Autocross bodykit which was first seen on this red Autocross concept car front view and rear view. The Autocross package is listed as an option on the 2005 GTO. Check it out in our Stat Explorer (tm).
CLICK-> 04 GTO with Autocross Body Kit [an error occurred while processing this directive] Barbados Blue 2004 GTO with a body kit. Here you can see the vents in the rocker molding behind the rear wheels. Hey, this one has split dual exhausts, just like the Autocross concept car. Are they real?
CLICK-> Split Dual Exhausts [an error occurred while processing this directive] Let's peek under the car to see if those exhausts are functional. YES, they are. Hey, where is the gas tank? The location of the gas tank on these 04's is why Pontiac couldn't have split dual exhausts. The tank must be in the trunk. Does anyone recall who owns this car?
CLICK-> 04 GTO Labeled Brake Calipers [an error occurred while processing this directive] The brake calipers are modified to say "GTO." This car wears G-Force T/A tires.

CLICK-> Scooped 04 GTO [an error occurred while processing this directive] A dealer owned Torrid Red 2004 GTO that was for sale at the 2004 International GTOAA Convention. This one has the Guess Motors Performance Package which consists of a Ram Air hood, 18 inch wheels and Judge-like stripes. This package comes from Guess Ford-Mercury in Carrollton, Ohio. This car was stationed in the parking lot of the main hotel for all to see. I heard a couple people walk up to it and say "Cool!".
CLICK-> Torrid Red 04 GTO [an error occurred while processing this directive] Those are 18 inch Intro brand wheels. This car has more visual impact than the stock 2004 GTOs do. Way to go.
CLICK-> 2004 Dealer Sticker [an error occurred while processing this directive] As you may already know, Pontiac dealers across the country are having a difficult time selling new GTOs. There could be several reasons for this. Early on, dealers were refusing to let potential buyers test drive the cars for fear that they would get torn up. Another contributing factor to slow sales is the car's plain styling. This car was obviously modified to make it stand out in a crowd. Here's the dealer sticker on this Torrid Red 2004 GTO. The new hood, wheels, tires, and stripes add another $5,500 to the price of the car. I guess there is no trade-in amount on the orginal hood, tires, and wheels. It's pretty sad when dealers have to modify a new car just to get it off the lot.

CLICK-> UltimateGTO Booth [an error occurred while processing this directive] Here's the UltimateGTO.com booth at the swap meet. That's (front left to right) Jeff Klein, his wife Julie, and my wife Mary Ann. We sold all sorts of stuff: UltimateGTO.com T-shirts, Rally wall clocks, fuzzy dice, and wooden GTO and Judge namplates. The cool part is that we got to meet a whole bunch of regular visitors to the site. People would walk up to the booth and tell us which "Lot" their car is displayed on within the UltimateGTO.com website. A couple times, we were summoned from the booth to photograph special cars. Hundreds of photos were taken at this show.
CLICK-> GTO Bike? [an error occurred while processing this directive] This "Miss GTO" vintage girl's bike was for sale at the swap meet. It's got the banana seat, long handlebars, shortened rear fender for wheelies, white lettered rear tire, and a whitewall front tire. The back tire is Nylon "Action Tread". Wooo.
CLICK-> Miss GTO Bike [an error occurred while processing this directive] This "Miss GTO" vintage girl's bike is originally made by Firestone? I didn't know they made bikes.

CLICK-> Engine Braket #1 [an error occurred while processing this directive] I did some research on '68/'69 engine wire brackets while at the show. Here's the first example. There's not much holding this wire harness along the driver's side of the intake manifold. I don't know what the bracket is supposed to be called, but this one is missing a bracket.
CLICK-> Engine Braket #2 [an error occurred while processing this directive] This one has a simple bracket holding the wire harness on the driver's side of the intake manifold. It's painted black. Over half the cars I looked at had the bracket missing. The ones that had the bracket were painted either black or blue. Now I don't know what the bracket is called -or- which is the correct color! That's one weak looking throttle return spring. Did you know some cars have TWO throttle return springs? One is supposed to be installed inside the other. That way, if the big one breaks, the little one is inside, still holding the throttle from going wide open. It saves your engine from blowing.
CLICK-> Engine Bracket #3 [an error occurred while processing this directive] The wires on the intake manifold on the passenger side are in this taller holder. This one is painted engine color. You can tell this photo is of the passenger side because of the black air conditioner bracket.
CLICK-> Engine Bracket #4 [an error occurred while processing this directive] This one has an engine color painted hold down bracket for the wire harness as it runs along the driver's side of the intake manifold. As I investigated these wire holding brackets, I wondered why my own car had neither bracket on the driver's side or passenger side.
CLICK-> Engine Bracket #5 [an error occurred while processing this directive] This black painted wire bracket seems to be wider for the wires on the passenger side of the intake manifold. The wire holder bracket is held down with one bolt that runs through the intake manifold.
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2004 GTOAA Convention.    Lot 11 of 13.


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