This is a One Owner California car from new with only 4,541 original miles. In 2004, the Pontiac GTO was re-launched in the United States in the form of a rebadged, third-generation Holden Monaro. The idea of importing a rear-wheel drive Holden as a GM North American performance offering gradually transformed into importing the Monaro. Bob Lutz, Vice Chairman of Global Product Development as well as other GM executives, later drove a Holden Monaro while on a business trip in Australia, which convinced them that importing the car could be a profitable venture. Powered by Chevrolets 6.0-liter LS2 engine, complete with 400 hp and 400 lb-ft of torque all routed through a four-speed automatic. 2005 models had a more obvious performance-oriented look, including a more aggressive rear fascia with twin tailpipes, bigger brakes with red calipers and a new hood with functioning dual hood scoops. Performance was brisk with 5.15 seconds to 60 mph, 13.75 seconds in the quarter-mile at 104.1 mph. 2005 saw the lowest year of production with only 11,069 units produced. Of that number only 136 were made in this colour combination and 18 inch wheels with 235/40/ZR/18 tires. Equipment includes 8 way power seats, 200 watt 10 speaker audio system with 6-disc in dash CD changer, tilt and telescopic steering wheel, power door locks and windows, driver information center, cruise control and air conditioning. This car is Finished in Phantom Black Metallic with Black Leather combination interior.

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