Private or Dealer Listing: Private Listing
Location (State): OH
Drivetrain: Rear Wheel Drive
Up for sale is my 2004 Pontiac GTO. I don't need it anymore and am in the process of getting another truck/suv so this has got to go. Here is some info/pics about it. I took extremely good care of this car just as I did will other cars I've owned over the years. You will not be disappointed with this car(performance/reliability wise). I've had a blast with this car.
You could drive it every day as your daily driver or use it as a weekend cruiser. This car doesn't throw any codes and is maintenance free. I've drove this car on many 4hr+ road trips. Has been garaged kept since i've owned it. $12,000
If you dont like the price then make me an offer. The worse I can say is no. I know what these cars go for. and 99% of those cars are bone stock. Highly doubtful you'll find one like this car for cheaper with similar mods and 2 sets of wheels
or $10k + beater 4x4 truck
PM me on here to discuss anything and I can give you my cell # when needed
The car will come with 2 sets of wheels.
The 19inch ADR's that are on it in the pictures and a set of 18inch staggered VMR db3's in matte black.
The only cons
i've found on the car is theres 2 spots where the clear coat has slightly started to flake. one spot on the driverside mirror and one spot on the trunk lid. You seriously wouldn't even notice unless I pointed them out but i'm an honest person. They were there when I bought the car. 2004 Pontiac GTO
-LS1 5.7 v8
-yellow exterior/black leather interior List of mods below Engine:
K&N Cold air Intake
RPM3 cam: 113LSA 236/242
SLP Underdrive pulley
Comp springs and pushrods
Pacesetter long tubes
SLP Loud mouth 1
LS6 intake manifold
New plugs and wires Suspension and drivetrain:
Front suspension is completely stock
Pedders 3mm drag springs in the rear
Pedders big bore shocks in the rear
Gforce Engineering 1 piece aluminum driveshaft
GMM Ripshift shifter
LS7 clutch and Flywheel
Dynotuned by Dynotune motorsports by brian.
Put down 411whp/387wtq
Heres a video of the car running so you can get an idea of how it sounds. I took it to the track once(mainly just to hang out with everyone) and took it easy on the car. Only made 3 passes and none of those 3 passes had me beating up on it, launching hard, hard shifting, etc..
I can take other pictures upon request. Sorry for the quality. They were all taken with my iphone.