The GTO is like that. Just as the Mustang was booming, Pontiac’s creation bent quadrangular headlights that were arranged vertically. There are other features, of course, such as fenders that are less square. But we rarely see anything creative done with the aforementioned elements.
Artist Brad Builds already saw this when he created Darth Vader’s sinister GTO some time ago. But it is difficult to take a floating muscle car seriously. Now this, it̵
Wide-set kits can be considered the only thing that separates old muscle cars from new ones. Of course, here and there you have a little range of the Coca-Cola bottle, but for the most part these 1960s are flat on the sides. Meanwhile, the new ones are just crazy.
You have body kits that Dodge uses for the charger and Challenger, as well as crazy accessories inspired by Japanese tuning. We are talking mainly about Clinched or Shirokai.
This performance is played in the same league and thus we believe that it will leave an imprint on the muscle car community. So far, something that needs to be done with GTO is to find one in the barn, remove the dust, restore it, but keep everything as good as possible.
As you can see, nothing is available here and it starts with the ominous dark metal finish. This wraps around massive fender inserts that move around the bumpers. This reminds us of the wide and low 1970 Pontiac Firebird Trans Am of one of the Riley Stair, fully housed in a cage and capable of spinning up to 10,000 rpm.
Of course, the creator of these pixels takes advantage of the opportunity to have a much lower suspension and tires wide enough for a race car. Anyone who has a Shirokai kit should like the look, but GTO purists will obviously hate it.