By 1981 this former Panagra DC-7 served as the "DC-7 Steak House" on the southwest corner of Georgia Highway 49 and Interstate 75 near Byron, GA, complete with outdoor terrace and swimming pool. It had its tail plane and the wings outboard the #2 and #3 engines missing, but was otherwise complete and in good condition. The aircraft carried no registration or titles, but still had "700" on the nosewheel doors. The facility stayed open for a few years only, and by 1988 it had fallen in disuse and the aircraft had become a derelict
and was scrapped a short while later.
Photo from John Margolies Roadside America photograph archive (1972-2008), via Library of Congress, Prints and Photographs Division.