" BOWTIES IN BARNS - PAGE # 51"
 
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The only wrong part appears to be the hood which was green at one time, possibly a replacement unit
for some reason.  I have sent the cowl # S to GM to try and verify how it left the factory.  The car is rough,
needs one rear quarter, a couple of fenders a, complete roof and lots of TLC on the interior, but for the
right price...Notice the old Impala SS  right behind. - Scott D.
This is a gold 1970 442 post coupe. It has rare 2 tone paint (painted roof ,no vinyl top)
The shot of the car sitting in the barn is an original paint Canadian built 68 442 with factory 4 speed
and no power options at all and came with hubcaps originally. It also has super steep rear end gears....
can you say sleeper? This car may be seen in a few years at the pure stock muscle car drags.    Bob Kerr, IN
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The rally red (orange) car is an original 70 442 that had a hard  life before I got it. 
The red convert is an original 70 Cutlass INDY 500 PACE car that is really rough!
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Found this one in the back of one of those " Mini Storage" units on the side of the highway near
where I live up here in Ontario, Canada.  Have tracked down the owner and am trying to negotiate
a sane price for the car.  If all is as it seems, it is an original factory 442 convertible with a 455 4 speed.
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  This is a Pair of 66 Olds tornados with the 390 HP 425 engines. I bought  them from behind an Olds
dealer in Middletown OH. The blue car that is  wrecked car has only 40,000 miles on it. the bittersweet one
was just bought  for the engine . the black one with the trunk lid up was owned by the guy who
owned the Oldsmobile dealership and he just let it rot behind his shop after  driving it a few years., Bob Kerr