Now for sale in our Houston showroom is this extremely sweet & cool 2004 Pontiac GTO. This custom fire painted GTO is sure to heat up the streets. Shown in what has been deemed "real fire" paint the quality of the paint condition & how it flows on the car is second to none. No expense was spared in the paint and it shows. Paint work was completed by Wild Man Concepts in Houston, Tx. This car has gets more looks that a Lamborghini. The complete front end of the car is draped with fire and it flows onto the quarter panels, down the doors, and then it starts to dwindle out towards the rear. The headlights & fog lights have been candy painted with a red hue to compliment the look of the car. The front & rear Pontiac emblems have been replaced with custom air brushed fire ones. The paint condition is very high grade and it shows extremely well indoors & out in the sunshine. It is free from any major scratches, dings, or dents. One small imperfection near the gas tank filler door is the only blemish on the entire car. The car sits on some custom 19x8.5 KMC wheels in the rear & 18x8 in the front. They are wrapped in some new continental tires that are in excellent condition. The car has been lowered 2 inches in the front & 1.6 inches in the rear thanks to some new Eibach springs which are the best in the market. Behind the wheels you will notice the performance drilled & slotted rotors with painted calipers. If you open the hood you will see the custom fire painted touches on the valve covers, cold air intake tube, & radiator support which really pulls the look of the car together. The rear bumper is custom as well that was molded together to form a great look that you won't find on another GTO. Powering this hot ride is the stock LS1 350 CiD V8 that starts right up and sounds amazing through the custom SLP headers & SLP loud mouth exhaust system with SLP high flow catalytic converters. The LS1 is paired to a very smooth shifting 6-speed manual transmission that just had its slave cylinder replaced to keep you powering through each gear with ease. It has a posi-tract rear end with 3.42 gears that have less than 5k miles on it. The interior is in like new condition and needs nothing. The owner has taken meticulous care of this low mileage GTO and it shows. The black on black color combo matches very well and is the most sought-after combination in the Models trim options. With only 56k miles on this car it is barely broken in and ready for many miles ahead of it. The seats, carpet, dash, door panels, headliner, & glass are all in excellent condition and is very comfortable. Options on this car are many as the car is loaded; power steering, power windows, power locks, power mirrors, lumbar seat support, CD player, driver & passenger side air bags, cruise control, keyless entry, tilt steering wheel, & more! To see many more pictures & an HD video of the car please follow the link below on our site. http://gatewayclassiccars.com/houston/2004/pontiac/gto-S1012.html For more information on this 2004 Pontiac GTO call the Houston Showroom at 832-243-6220 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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In 1963, Pontiac Motor Division general manager Pete Estes and chief engineer John DeLorean sat down with the division’s sales manager, to discuss their new 1964 GTO muscle car.
In 1963, Pontiac Motor Division general manager and chief engineer sat down with the division’s sales manager to discuss their new 1964 GTO muscle car.
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