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" BOWTIES IN BARNS - PAGE # 49"

 
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Here are a few pictures of a 1966 Pontiac "Le Mans" convertible that I came across near my home
in Oregon City, Oregon. This car belongs to the proprietor of a local wrecking yard who (on occasion)
has been known to drag a car or two out from his collection and put it up for sale out in front of his business.
This GS350 was parked in a field in rural Manitoba the last time I saw it. It had been sitting for
at least 10 years, surprising that it was still complete. - Robin
Needless to say, this one caught my eye right away and I proceeded to find out just exactly what it
was and how much he was asking. It was a 1966 Pontiac "Le Mans", 326 ci V8 with 4 spd.
although it was still very restorable, his asking price of $3700.00 was a little
out of my price range.  -STEVE
Here is a pic of my friend's 67' Firebird "Fire turd" This is how it has looked for years now.
He keeps saying he will restore but all he does is store it. Notice the Charger sitting behind it with the same tire flat? That's funny.  - Thanks Adamrx7
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I'm kicking my ass I didn't take any pictures of my Z28 when I found it sitting in a pig barn,
where it had been for the past 10 years.  Here are a couple pictures of it after I cleaned it up a bit.
It was still in good condition, it is currently under restoration.  It is one of 2575 Z28,s produced in 1972; and one of 172 RS/Z28's produced in 1972.  I did not find out this car was rare
until after I had purchased it.  - Terry Ontario, Canada
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Here's a trio of 71's!  71 GMC Sprint Custom, 71 Monte Carlo and 71 Chevelle. Also you can see
the front of the 68' Camaro. These were somewhere in Tennessee about four years ago.
The Monte Carlo and Sprint are still around, the Chevelle and Camaro were sold to people outside
the local area. The Sprint was somewhat restored and the Monte Carlo is going down hill fast. - William H.
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Original owner 72 GS Stage1 Conv., one of only 81 made...awaiting a body off resto...loaded with options, POWER-brakes, steering, top, windows, locks, seat, trunk...455 engine, "BB" code TH-400,3.42 posi Disc brakes, close ratio steering, rear sway bar,15 inch ralley wheels...Air, tilt wheel, armrest bench seat, tach-gauges, Am-Fm, rear speaker, sport steering wheel, carpet savers,N-25 exhaust system, tinted rear window, man I am running out of breath!!! the list goes on and on...This car has been sitting since 1994, so I think it should qualify as ultra rare, rotting American muscle. John U.