MILFORD, MI – It doesn’t seem like it should work. Styling that looks like a bowl of melted ice cream. A decade-old platform that also gave us the forgettable Cadillac Catera. And built in Australia, a country known better by Americans for its shipments of Foster’s beer than cars. Pontiac GTO is derived from Australia’s Holden Monaro. But somehow the ’04 Pontiac GTO works – pretty darn well. It works because there isn’t anything like it in General Motors Corp.’s lineup, maybe ...

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