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Old 02-10-2006, 12:30 PM
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New body style GTO, done old-school - photoshop

first:enlarged the hood scoops and redid the headlights
second: same grill, tinted hidden headlamps, cokebottle sides


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Looks GREAT!
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Looks real nice. To bad its an import.
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Old 02-14-2006, 04:09 PM
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but its an domestiport ... its IS basicly a GM .... but its also an import
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but its an domestiport ... its IS basicly a GM .... but its also an import
It's a Holden with SBC power and Pontiac badging. Unless it was built in Detroit and powered by a Pontiac V8 then it doesn't deserve the name GTO. Other than that it's a pretty nice car.
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Old 02-14-2006, 07:06 PM
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that looks AWSOME
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It's a Holden with SBC power and Pontiac badging. Unless it was built in Detroit and powered by a Pontiac V8 then it doesn't deserve the name GTO. Other than that it's a pretty nice car.
Yea,GTO must be his own model...they too lazy to invent some new name.
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Old 02-15-2006, 12:57 AM
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Well, Delorean was to lazy to invent a new name, GTO was not exclusively Pontiacīs to start with.
Pontiac GTO
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Old 02-15-2006, 01:04 AM
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As for original GTO, I remember thread about sense of his name..
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Old 02-26-2006, 04:02 AM
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its a GM car. The Holden was Imported from The USA and Holden is a part of gm. all of the body parts were made in America. so was the engine, its a SBC The Holden wasn't sold in America. but they made it in America and shipped it to i think Australia. so it is an American car that usually has Holden Badges on it. but instead it has GTO badges on it, which i don't agree with.
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too bad,that GTO is rebadged Monaro,not vice-versa.
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its a GM car. The Holden was Imported from The USA and Holden is a part of gm. all of the body parts were made in America. so was the engine, its a SBC The Holden wasn't sold in America. but they made it in America and shipped it to i think Australia. so it is an American car that usually has Holden Badges on it. but instead it has GTO badges on it, which i don't agree with.
The GTO is assembled in Australia and shipped to the US. That makes it an import period. Doesn't matter if GM owns Holden. Ford owns Jaguar and it's still considered an import and so is Mazda and Ford owns most of that. Unless it's designed, manufactured, and assembled in North America then it's an import. The GTO doesn't deserve its name because all it is when you get right down to it is a small block Chevy with Pontiac badging. What a joke! I owned a 66 GTO and the new one is a toy when compared to a real car.
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Old 02-26-2006, 01:08 PM
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I agree with centerline.
As for austrailian built, I've seen more parts than I care to remember, on 80's-90's camaros and vettes, and across the GM parts counter, that don't say made in the usa. I've seen many parts that say made in Canada aswell. Are they imports?

I don't think we would care much that it came from down under if it looked like an early goat.

Anyone know of any poncho powered engine swaps yet? or is that gross misuse of good iron?
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smallblocker2, the pic that you put up says "ultamategto.com", I'm sorry but this is the ultamate GTO.
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smallblocker2, the pic that you put up says "ultamategto.com", I'm sorry but this is the ultamate GTO.
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