In case you missed the GM announcement yesterday, the Lordstown Assembly Plant is one of the 5 slated for closure. I read that it has been open since 1966 and many of our FGF's were built there.
1967 FB 400, original CA car (smog), now 455, soon to be out of Paint Jail 2006 Mustang V6 Pony, factory ordered, retirement cruiser and future classic(?) 2019 BMW X3 (Titled to the wife, but I'm always driving it for her. So I'm claiming it) Old projects, gone but not forgotten: 1980 Turbo Trans Am 1970 Mustang fastback, 351C 4Bbl, auto 1988 Mustang GT, 5 speed 1983 F-150 4x4, built 302 1994 Chevy K2500 HD 4x4, 454 TBI
Yep that’s correct sometime next year it will close 50 plus years of building car and trucks think of all the history at that plant and who knows what historic things from the past are at that plant I’ve been to the ford assembly plant in Chicago and they have some interesting things from the past their What a devistating blow to GM and all of the works at these plants My 69 Firebird came off that line
Lord's here also. I thought it was so cool to drive past the Lordstown plant that I snapped off a few pics with the cell phone doing 75 (yikes). The bad thing is that stupid auto they were making there at the time and hung a big a$$ banner on the front of the building. That building could be saved by making some real Pontiacs in it now.
69 Firebird Convertible (wifes car since 1979) Goldenrod Yellow, 350, plain Jane Car was stored in garage since 1990
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