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Junkyard pics from today

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by henry29, Apr 26, 2013.

  1. Thanks, great pics. That '61 Pontiac bubble top makes my heart ache the most!
     
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    That rear window is pretty rare, and worth getting to flip- both the glass and the sheetmetal!
     
  3. volvobrynk
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    from Denmark

    I wish there would be a yard like that over here, I would love a chance at a cab, that dosen't need to travel half way around the would, and i can't afford to ship it to this part of the World.

    Nice pictures. That truck with the A&A on the door, what is that?
     
  4. amitygravel
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    One of the trucks has Enfield on the door.
    That's in White county.
     
  5. oltruckag
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    That one would make a good hauler. Just needs a ramp back.
     
  6. Rob68
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    I never get tired of seeing a car/truck with a tree growing through it! Cool stuff.
     
  7. JEM
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    I am shedding tears over the fate of that '63 Country Sedan...it deserves to be on the road.

    But, if nothing else, if it were respectably close to me I'd pull all the glass, window trim, dash bits, and a few other odds and ends...hell, I wouldn't mind having the frame.

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    How bad is that one? If it's still got its VIN plate and could be titled someone would probably pay real money for that...
     
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  8. henry29
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    The wagon looks restorable to me but the frames probably pretty rusty, it's been sitting there a long time.
    I don't know how different the frames are between sedans and wagons, but there's a 63 4dr lying on its roof with a real solid frame.




    I didn't look for a vin plate but every car I did look for one had one.
    It was pretty rough especially around the rear window, but I didn't look at it real close.
     
  9. eberhama
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  10. 49ratfink
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    I'm suprised junk yards like this even exist anymore what with the interweb and everything. I'd be cutting them up and parting them out. that place would be empty in a couple years.
     
  11. edwardlloyd
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    My favorite!! Even has the perfect stance and a patina to kill for.
     
  12. Get that Cosmo!
     
  13. saw an early bowtie big truck with factory V/8 emblems.....check that one out....

    55 Stude grille is all that's left of that o'girl...
     
  14. Randy Routt
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    If anyone has a tailgate for a Hudson truck, there are two brothers in Mississippi that have a very interesting yard, that need a stock tailgate.This yard they have has many project cars, mostly 50s- 60s GM and Ford
     
  15. spiders web
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    Was there id plates on the pair of goats?????
     
  16. geoking
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    What is it? thanks...
     
  17. henry29
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    It's a 57 gmc 600 like this one
     

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  18. clentinc
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    Now those are some autos man wish I could have my pick. thanks for sharing
     

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