Gateway Classic Cars of St. Louis is proud to offer a beautifully cared for 2004 Pontiac GTO. Pontiac brought back the beloved GTO model in 2004 for the first time since 1974. The design was all new and featured the well proved LS1 engine used in the Corvette. These cars were made in Australia based on the Holden Monaro. Pontiac fans rejoiced to have their long missed muscle car back in the lineup. Pontiac updated the styling but stayed true to the soul of the car. The LS1 initially offered was good for 350 Horsepower. Buyers could select an automatic transmission or a 6 speed manual. This particular example features the 6 speed that most enthusiasts will appreciate. The car is finished in bright red and sports black leather interior for a classic scheme. A limited slip rear end with 3.46 rear ratio makes the car a great handler and easy to drive on the highway. This car retains its factory look save for the factory wheels being chrome plated for a more bold look. A K&N air filter completes the only modifications to this cream puff that has traveled only 35,994 miles. That's right, this beauty has a whole lot of life left. One could easily use this as a classy daily driver, or keep the miles down and use it for shows or car events. The car has a new battery, the tires only have a couple thousand miles, and the oil was just changed. The only thing it needs is someone to point it toward some open highway. You can see this beautiful 2004 Pontiac GTO in greater detail in our St. Louis showroom or at www.GatewayClassicCars.com. Please contact 618-271-3000 or STL@gatewayclassiccars.com.
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