Folks, I had to join this forum just to add to this story. I grew up in North Royalton. I had watched this car and others for years. In the drive were several old 2.5 Ferraris, one with a tree growing through the sunroof. There were many other cars: model T dirt track racer, misc Lambos, lesser Ferraris, a Sunoco sports racer, and the common Triumphs and Healeys. The main attraction was the GTO, sitting on a trailer with Chromed wire wheels. Mr. Kortan would never venture out to discuss the vehicles. After a few years of talking about this car, my cousin Tony (member of east a coast Ferrari club) finally "humored" me and agree to go see the car when he was in Ohio visiting for Christmas. He had the same doubts, and was amazed to see the car. The more recent history of the car is now public... but it was one of the missing GTOs.