2005 GTO vs. 2004 Holden VZ Monaro CV8 *LOOKS*

Discussion in 'American Cars' started by Z06nutSS405, Sep 21, 2004.

  1. #1 Z06nutSS405, Sep 21, 2004
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  2. Yeah, the Monaro looks a little better because the front is less rounded, but they're the same car, not enough difference that I really care one way or another.
     
  3. I remember you posted GTO pics that were a lot better looking than these ones. I think it was Orange.
    Anyway from these pics the Monaro looks better.
     
  4. Oh, without a doubt the Monaro.
     
  5. Damn those exhaust tips look nice. I pick the GTO btw
     
  6. Monaro looks so much better, same with the previous Monaro and GTO.
     
  7. if it wasnt for the hood scoops, monaro would own this poll 100-0.
     
  8. Monaro wheels on GTO.
     
  9. That is a concept called the GTO ram air 6. Its possible doing to be the next Judge.
     
  10. it cant be the next judge. SLP owns the name, theyll have to come up with another one because they were too stupid and cheap to spend 200$ to keep the copyright on the name another 25 years.
     
  11. like both, but id take the monaro, looks mre aggressive
     
  12. Cheers for the pics. That is the best looking Monaro variant I have seen.
     
  13. Monaro, but I don't really like it either (I know, it's unAustralian of me <A BORDER="0" HREF="http://www.supercars.net/emoticons.html"><IMG BORDER="0" SRC="http://speed.supercars.net/pitlane/emoticons/sad.gif"></A> )
     
  14. Jesus christ, they almost look identical, lazy ass pontiac!!!
     
  15. why bother with a chop, a monaro with the kidney grill would pretty much be a gto. theres not much difference

    the monaro is a lot better looking but it looked better before without those ugly bonnet scoops the americans made holden use.
     
  16. monaro hands down
     
  17. I'll go the Monaro out of these two.

    Why the hell do Pontiac insist on keeping those shitty wheels?
     
  18. that wing is terrible.
     
  19. on which one?
     

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