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"Its fiberglass body had been cut into three pieces, and its chassis, its glass and nearly all of its interior were missing." unfortunately that was standard practice at GM back then. Used to find the strangest things at the Schwartz Creek junkyard.

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I've seen it in person, at an artist's* shop who was putting the body back together for Joe Bortz. In the 2010s he was able to find a few parts still hanging around (as in hanging on the wall) of the wrecking yard (Warhoops) that "destroyed" it for GM.

 

* waaayyy to good to call him a body man.😉  He built a replica Pontiac Club de Mer. Most every internet picture of the Club de Mer is his replica!

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