" BOWTIES IN BARNS - PAGE # 3 "
 
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  Drove 3 hours to take a look at it.  All original - he'd parked it in 1979 over some small
mechanical malady and just never gotten around to it.   The Ohio winters took over from there. 
Real shame -- except for the wheels, this one has all of the original stuff -- YZ code
RA III motor, 12 bolt axle, etc.  It would be a tough one to bring back now - Keith Knudsen
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A 1970 BUICK GSX: Saturn Yellow, stage 1 455, automatic. The car has been sitting since the 1980's. 
He's asked daily if its for sale.  Says the car has more friends than he does. 
Of course one day it will be restored - seems that the one day never comes. 
1970 PONTIAC TRANS AM:
A friend of mine mentioned that his father-in-law had a '70 Trans Am rotting beside his driveway. 
I figured he referred to it as a '70 because I'd told him I owned one, and in reality it was a '79 or something.
But I made the call and sure enough... a real '70.
What a waste, so much potential just rusting away.  There were only 678 1970 Buick GSX
produced. Of the 678 cars, 187 were white and 491 were yellow.