I know I'm in the minority here. When a 2004 GTO passes me, I stop, look and listen. I was one of those people smitten with the Holden Monaro years ago before the GTO was even a thought. Yeah, it's not in your face looks-wise, but I think it looks good, sits on the road well and sounds incredible. The interior is one of the best looking, for my tastes (my tastes do not include "wood" real or fake) in the industry. With the new dealer-installed sport appearance package, I think some GTO critics will be satiated. I wouldn't need all that to get me in a Goat, just the grill inserts would spice up the front just fine. Pontiac.com has more pics of the package for the 2005 GTO if anyone is interested. Slam away…
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