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Shakercars's 1972 Trans Am

2019 August
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Greetings from Latvia.

My name's Haralds or just Harry.

Me and my family are big Firebird fans. Have a 76 as a project to be restored, 87 that is running, but needs some cleaning, and few 4th gens, that's why friends named our place Firebird Farm. Attached is my summer/weekend project car.

Happy new year, good luck.




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Nice bird you got there, Harry! But you can’t tell us you have a Firebird farm and show us only 1 ;) . We love pictures here! :) 

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Thank Ringo! Ook. 😁

One pic with part of the birds. The black on right is now the Pewter in 1st pic. Crashed it 3 years ago and then the project started - body swap and some more upgrades followed in the next 2 years till got it back on road. All other are still here. Other ones have no pictures yet.FB_IMG_1546707467976.thumb.jpg.e594b04d266003d9898311ea56e27d98.jpg

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Wow, love the collection you have there! 

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