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My local junk yard finds

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by 55CadillacMan, Mar 1, 2012.

  1. Hello all! I recently went to my local junk yard I figured why not take some photos!! I realize that older cars are getting rare in scrap yards as the prices of metal have gone up. I have been going to this place for over 10 years and they rarely scrap classic cars or trucks. The owner has many rods and understands the importance of these pieces of history. If anyone needs any parts seen here, below is their contact information. Also unlink how allot of yards are nowadays, you can walk the yard and just look around, no telling them what you need and waiting. The old fashioned way! Enjoy!

    Bennett & Cohey Auto Salvage and Recycling
    5639 Church Hill Road
    Chestertown, Maryland 21620
    410-778-3462

    Just saying... I am in no way affiliated with this company. I just wanted to share where there is some good classics for parts for any local members. If there is something you need and are not local, feel free to let me know and I may be able to ship it to you.
     

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  3. 30 more to upload in the am. Darn slow broadband!
     
  4. looks like theres some good stuff in there for musclecar guys of which this board is not too friendly towards so i hope you have more pics of pre 64 cars to post or your wearing flame proof underwear


    with that being said does that gray primer 70 mustang coupe have all the window mechanisms in it? if so i could use them PM me
     

  5. sassaquinn
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    Nice Pics. Thanks for taking the time to show them.
     
  6. Don Martin
    Joined: Nov 2, 2006
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    from West Tenn

    Always like pics from junk yards. Cool Thanks
     
  7. I understand. I know some people use items off of newer(ish) cars for their car. There are actually quite a few pre 64 cars as well as muscle cars. I just figured I would share them all. Even more.....
     

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  8. thanks for sharing....i had a 50 plymouth like the one pictured...
     
  9. scrappin bottom
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    scrappin bottom
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    from Austin

    Man i had a 68 impala like that one :(
     
  10. Bilt
    Joined: Jun 23, 2011
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    Thats a cool yard!!! It looks like it is right out of the early 80's. Neat you still walk around it to find your parts.
     
  11. Last ones below. Not a bad find. There are alot of nice pickups. Also the Buick and Plymouth are not in bad shape at all! He will also sell any cars usually. The Plymouth just arrived there. It was pulled out of a barn recently after being there since the 80's.
     

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  12. scrappin bottom
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    WTF!!! thats what i got now!!! how much they want for that steering wheel? and the trunk chrome!!?? :)
     
  13. scrappin bottom
    Joined: May 14, 2011
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    from Austin

  14. For the green Impala correct? I can ask. I am sure it will be under $50.00 for me. I can pull when I go up there next time for anyone interested. You or anyone for that matter, text me @ 410-490-9340 so I can send photos and call you once I get a price to seel if you want it or not. I wouldn't wanna ask about prices on a million items only to not buy anything. It looks bad on my end. Ha.
     
  15. scrappin bottom
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    from Austin

    sweet thanks man!
     
  16. scotts52
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    Whats the coupe in the background of the very first picture posted?
     
  17. The 54 Chevy high-centered on the dirt mound is kind of cool, in a yard art sort of way.

    A straight rust-free 54 pickup grill is typically worth a couple hundred bucks because they tend to rust in places and they're a one (and a half) year only item.
     
  18. rld14
    Joined: Mar 30, 2011
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    Damn... That Plymouth has historic plates too... How the heck did it end up in a junkyard?
     
  19. mikef813
    Joined: Mar 23, 2008
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    Trouble with that one is its a big truck grill.....all the cab stuff is the same though!
     
  20. Any mid 50s Fords?

    Lookin for Y Block stuff.

    Oldmics
     
  21. zephyrV12
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    great lots of goodies there
     
  22. The very first photo I posted or the first photo of the last group of cars I posted?
     
  23. scotts52
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    The very first photo. Looks like a coupe in the background.


     
  24. tommyd
    Joined: Dec 10, 2010
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    tommyd
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    from South Indy

    Thanks for taking the time to post. LOVE old junk yard pics.
     
  25. 1950-mercury
    Joined: Mar 20, 2011
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    1950-mercury
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    Great pictures!!! Thanks dor sharing.
     
  26. See attached photos for your answer.
     

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  27. That's a Hudson- would he be willing to sell the hood?
     
  28. U-235
    Joined: Dec 18, 2010
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    Would somebody please roll-up that window, or at least cover it...?
     
  29. That poor Plymouth! It's getting crushed soon told me :( I am sure he would sell the hood or anything else anyone have seen in the photos including the entire Plymouth. Message me or call/text me @ 410-490-9340.
     

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