Jason, it looks familiar and maybe a Vette junkyard (For lack of a better term) that was in the upper Northwest, maybe Washington state. It was somewhat active back in the 70s but has since been liquidated. I saved an article on it years ago but it has been years since I ran across the article. My memory is sometimes hard to find as well. Paragon which is local to me had a junkyard as well but the cars were not so nice (they may have a few bits and pieces left but the prices are up there). They did a pretty nice job of resurrecting a 58 Vette from their junkyard. Dennis Tracy (Tracy Performance) has a similar yard but he is very proud of most of it and the prices reflect it. I still buy an occasional part from him and sometimes he is more than fair-on other occasions I figure I will have to make my own part. There was another one in New York state that I had heard of (maybe around Buffalo) but I have no idea how many cars were there. I recently saw an ad for a liquidation of some body parts from that area and that may have been the remnants. The chop top car is interesting. I have seen it before. I thought I was the only nut to own a chop top Vette. I am piecing together a couple of old Vettes (taking a lunch break from making a mold of a 1960 cowl that I need for my latest project-an absolute mess) and could use some of the parts from such a treasure trove of parts. I would like to see some of those cars today or at least know what happened to them.