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almanorgreg

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About almanorgreg

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  • Location
    Northern CA
  • Interests
    Golf

Forever Pontiac

  • Name
    Greg
  • Gender
    Male
  • Year
    1968
  • Car
    LeMans
  • Trim
    GT
  • Engine
    350
  • Style
    Coupe
  • Color
    Green/Black
  1. almanorgreg

    Barn find 1974 Trans Am

    Thanks Frosty, I did know that a running car is NOT a parts car. That is a description I want to avoid. But I have to co-ordinate the next steps with the owner who isn't in town at the moment. I have a few photos because a friend said that it 's "barn find" status should be documented. In order to pull it outside and inspect it more fully I will wait for her, I guess. I did tell her that I would start the process, which I guess is what I'm doing. BTW, my own car is a 1968 LeMans coupe. It has 72k miles on it. Unfortunately, it has a 350c.i. motor. I call it a poor man's GTO because it does have a 4-speed and a 4:11 posi rear end. When it was sold to my mother-in-law, (original owner) Pontiac called the limited slip "Safety Trac" or something like that. So, she bought. Car is in great condition. And not for sale. Anybody else with an idea about the Trans Am, jump right in. Greg
  2. almanorgreg

    Barn find 1974 Trans Am

    I am a new member. I joined to learn more about how to handle the sale of a 1974 Trans Am that is located in my neighborhood. (Northern CA) It is owned by a woman who asked my help after her husband died. Car has been sitting for about 25 years. ODO shows just over 60k. I think that could be accurate because of the storage time. Body seems in good shape. Interior is semi-rough. Has original wheels and even the space saver spare. 400c.i. motor. Auto trans. Have not pulled it out for better inspection. Any advice on how to establish a value for the owner? And just how does one go about marketing something like this?
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