" BOWTIES IN BARNS - PAGE # 65"
 
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The last of the GTO's, found in a barn near Akron, Ohio.  Second owner began pulling wheels for front brake job in 82, went ape and then couldn't figure out how to put the car together again.  Sad news for a car that was one of the last off the line.  Car sat for 20 plus years.....was used as a rabbit pen at one point....and has the aroma to back that up.
       
 
Here's my 78 Trans Am 400 4-speed, it has been sitting since the mid 80's and will get a full restoration. In one of the pics you will notice a white 70's F-body, it is a factory 74 SD455 Trans Am.
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Here is an original 70 SS 454 sitting in MN. Its sunk right up to the 12 bolt, no engine was a 4-speed.
I don't know much about this car.  This car is located in PA. next to my grandmothers when the people moved in about 9 years ago they dropped this behind the trees.  I thinks its a 70 Skylark.  There is no rust at all on the car, everything is there and in good shape.  Just a little dirty.  The car also has 2 engines next to it.  I think 350's and there is also a complete rear off to the side that looks as if its still good.
 
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