CARS IN BARNS
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ABOVE: 1968 PLYMOUTH GTX ************  BELOW : '69 ROADRUNNER
'69 GTX totaled back in May '69...pic taken 2 weeks later....3 guys died
-hit a large tree and the cops left the car here on display
for a couple of weeks.... was a column shift car - possibly a HEMI
 
This 1967 GTX has been sitting behind my grandparents garage since 1977. the car is owned by my uncle.
It is an original car has 79000 original miles. This car has no power steering no power brakes is
440 super commando 4spd, only heat controls no radio. This GTX was a race car from the factory,
it is not for sale. The only way the title will ever leave his name is death.
This is his pride and joy. I hope it will get done some day.- David
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This is a 70 SuperBee that is located in Northern Maine. It has been sitting in this field for about 4-5 years,
just rotting away. And it is not for sale. Last year, I tried to purchased a small piece of chrome that is just
above the side window for my Superbee, and the owner refused to sell anything off this car. He says that
he will rebuilt this car. From what I have heard from others, he has been saying this for years. -Yves
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