Trans Am Tragedies
Tragedies of the Pontiac, Firebird and Trans Am realm.
Below Continuation of the text of what happened to this sweet 68 400 Firebird is from the owner - Greg Edgerton - in it's entirety. P. S. This one has a happy ending!
The tale continues..
It got crushed from beak to butt. If you view the pictures, you will be able to see the imprint of the air cleaner in the center of the hood. The roof over the windshield snagged on a piece of metal from building when they raised it off the car, which pulled the car roof back up a foot or so. You can see from the pictures in the building that it took a serious load all the length of the car. By the way, there was a split window 63 Vette parked beside mine that didn't get touched." (WebMaster comments: It just doesn't seem fair! In one picture below it almost seems as if Greg's pride and joy is A - O. K.! Can you imagine? ...now if I squint my eyes and don't look too closely then it all looks pretty good...but then I open my eyes again and there is just no getting away from the cruel hard facts of the situation!) "I have attached several pictures in a zip file. I have included both before and after pictures for your enjoyment. Feel free to post these pictures if you like! Incidentally, the car is being repaired at the same shop that did the restoration. (Pioneer Automotive, in Hudson, NH.) I enjoy your page very much! Thanks for all the hard work. Best Regards, Greg Edgerton"
And what a sweet ride it is! - Er, Ah, WAS!
And now as the reminder of what condition this beautiful Firebird is being returned to, see the image below.
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