The Ultimate Pontiac GTO Picture Site
Welcome to Las Vegas, Nevada. Location for the SEMA Specialty Equipment Market Association trade show. The huge show was held November 2 through 5, 2004. It encompassed 5 convention hall buildings. The photographer for SEMA coverage is UltimateGTO.com staffer Wade Stokes. Pictured here are his traveling companions Matt and Travis standing under the famous Las Vegas welcome sign.|
CLICK-> At this yearly show, manufacturers from all over the country are displaying their new auto accessories. You can walk through the entire place and get a pretty good idea what's popular now, and what the manufacturers will be adding to their cars later as standard items. The number of new GTOs at this year's show was outstanding. Here is an Impulse Blue 2004 GTO customized with a new spoiler, new wheels, ground effects, and flames.
CLICK-> Impulse Blue 2004 GTO customized with a new hood, and nosepiece. They made the front openings much larger. The grille holes are larger too. They've done away with the lower driving lights, and made the lowest part of the bumper sweep forward.
CLICK-> This is the Flowmaster Torrid Red 2004 Project GTO. As you can see, the red rocker cover says "LS6" on it. The sign boasts 600 horsepower and 610 ft/lbs of torque. I'll bet this car would be a fun one to drive.
CLICK-> There was a guy selling Flowmaster exhaust parts next to the Flowmaster Torrid Red 2004 Project GTO. Their sign says "LOVE THAT SOUND! LOVE THAT TORQUE! LOVE THAT PERFORMANCE!"
CLICK-> Here's the Pontiac Crawford DP03 GTO that will be raced in 2005 in the Grand American Rolex Sports Car Series. Check out the GM News Release which was posted first here on UltimateGTO.com.
CLICK-> Pontiac Crawford DP03 GTO has hood scoops and hood retainer pins. The racing number on this car is "64".
CLICK-> The 2004 Woodward concept Ram Air GTO. We call it the "Woodward" car because it was first seen in public at the 2004 Woodward Dream Cruise in the Detroit area. Check out the GM News Release seen on UltimateGTO.com about this car. This car has some frontend parts borrowed from a Holden model.
CLICK-> 2004 Woodward concept Ram Air GTO, left side veiw. This car has blacked-out tail lights, bulging fenders, some scoops, and other modifications. I definitely like the color of the paint.
CLICK-> The 2004 Woodward concept Ram Air GTO actually has a Ram Air engine. The rectangle air boxes mate with openings in the underside of the hood. That way, cooler air outside is injected into the engine.
CLICK-> The Bob Bondurant School of High Performance Driving had a booth at the SEMA show. They offer individual driving lessons, group instruction, and also have a corporate events department for large groups. The school is based in Phoenix, Arizona. Here is their Torrid Red 2004 GTO with custom graphics. The wording on this side is in reverse. In November 2004, I drove this same car at the school. The Bob Bondurant School of High Performance Driving is the largest purpose built state-of-the-art facility. It's called the Fastest 60 Acres in America. The size and scope of the Bondurant training facility is beyond comparison. It is located adjacent to Firebird International Raceway. The Bondurant school is a multi-million dollar racing enterprise. It features a 15 turn, 1.6 mile road course, specifically designed by Bob Bondurant for high performance, race driving and advanced driving instruction. The course consists of a variety of corners and elevation changes that will challenge both novices and professionals alike. Bondurant utilizes Firebird Raceway's three other tracks for selected advanced road racing and corporate group programs. In addition, an 8-acre asphalt pad is used for advanced driver training with exercises on the Throttle Steer Circle, Handling Oval, Accident Avoidance Simulator, Slalom Course, Autocross and Skid Pad. The Bondurant fleet consists of over 200 cars, including open wheel, formula style cars. All vehicles are specially prepared for the Bondurant School. I did some drifting in this car in Phoenix, and can attest to its great power and handling capabilities.
CLICK-> This is a 2005 Autocross GTO! It is painted Phantom Black.
CLICK-> These are some Pontiac accessories that were on display. On the upper left are some GTO grille inserts. On the far right are some interior dress-up parts to choose from.
CLICK-> This is a modified vehicle called a GTO "Justice". It's got one big exhaust tip. Note that the interior of the red car is sporting three center dash gauges. You can also see the fender flares. The Justice is equipped with a ProCharger for more than 525 horsepower. It has a BMR driveline and strut brace. The tire sizes are 10.5x18 315/30 in the rear, and 9.5x18 295/35 in the front. It has Corsa Exhaust. The interior has been refitted with Recaro Seats.
CLICK-> Ha ha! A guy is walking through your shot! A 2004 Red GTO "Justice" side view with a passerby passing by. The GTO looks a little different with the addition of flares.
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