Decent looking car, but see for yourself.

The basics:

  • $7,500
  • 172,000 miles
  • Manny tranny
  • Upgraded front brakes from 2005-06 GTO, LS7 clutch and flywheel
  • Pinion seal leak (Apparently a common issue on these cars)
  • Minor cosmetic dings and paint flaking (it’s a 12 year old Pontiac)

Looks to me like it’s a pretty nice car. The only thing that’s worrisome is that $7,500 is about $4,500 lower than the lowest priced GTO in the area.

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2004 Barbados blue M6 GTO. 172,000 miles. Upgraded to larger 2005-06 front brake setup and LS7 clutch and flywheel.


If you’re familiar with GTOs, you know the parts that go first and most of them have been replaced. Since 2013, parts replaced:
Front struts and rear shocks
Front and rear rotors with new pads all-around
Both strut bushings and bearings
Both tie-rod ends
Both radius rod bushings
Both sway bar endlinks
LS7 clutch and flywheel
Slave cylinder
AC and main serp. belts
AC tensioner
Radiator
Diff fluid and friction modifier
Wrapped wiring under the glovebox, e-brake handle

I’m taking a job that will have me driving around the state and need something more fuel efficient.

It does have some GTO-specific flaws. The 6-disc changer doesn’t load discs. The driver’s side door handle paint is flaking and the door lock actuator is tripping an airbag fault. The pinion seal is leaking. The hood and front end have numerous rock chips and there are the dings you’d expect of a 12 year old car. No rust. Tires are good, more than 60 percent left.

Clean title in hand $7500. Cashier’s check or money order. No trades.

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