" BOWTIES IN BARNS - PAGE # 54 "
 
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After going on car scouting trip, I found a **** Cobra.  Across from it was a GTO Convertible.
It sits there with the top down.  It looks as though someone started a restoration, but left it after a while.  
MR TREK
I found this one 2 years ago.  The owner thought that it was a 73.  A friend of mine and I had pulled it home
and found out it was a '70.  Since then I got over $4000 invested, in frame rails, floor pans, trunk floor,
interior pieces, etc.  I got the car for nothing. - Chris
Here is a 69 TA and a 71 formula 455-HO ram air car that have been sitting where they are since 1980.
The formula has sunk to where the tires are under ground up to the wheels themselves.
Both are very original and fairly low mileage cars. the 69 has around 60k, and the
formula has around 70k on it.  -Gary
The 79 Z28 was actually pretty nice before it was picked over. It is in
Eastern NC and was flooded during Hurricane Floyd. When it first got on the
lot, it was a complete car and just needed to be rebuilt. My friend bought it
for $300 in the condition it is now and is going to restore it in the next few months. - Bryan

Here is a 73 trans am super duty 4 speed car that is tan interior with power windows, rear defog,
console, deluxe int. honeycombs, tilt, am-fm 8 track, the car has been sitting there for at least the last 
15 years. The neighbor said that he remembered the guy driving it back there and parking it and
never moving it since. -Gary
Sitting out back on an old garage and not for sale. Used to be straight axle car. Straight axle is now gone
along with the interior. Had 1 piece fiberglass front clip laying over to the side. Former Onondaga Drag way
Drag Car in the 60's and 70's. - Daniel
Here is a pic of a 69 Impala SS 427 convertible.  No real story to it. Just a rare old car - Deanna
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The 76 Trans Am was sitting in a yard close to my work. We asked about it for
a parts car, but the car was too nice to do that. The guy only wanted $200
and it had a rebuilt engine, new exhaust, and hardly and rust! I'm in the
process of buying it and restoring it now. -Bryan