For years I'd heard legends of a nearby yard with an enormous dome erected in the middle of it, full of all kinds of scrap metal including (but definitely not limited to) old cars. This past weekend I finally got to go there and this time I actually remembered to take pictures. Background, this was never meant to be a salvage yard, it's just the personal collection/hoard of a guy who loved "stuff" and disliked authority figures. My friend who went with had met the original collector, who he said was a quirky but nice guy and let him buy parts off of some of the cars even when he was alive. Apparently some city or county authority told the owner he needed to clean up the property and this prompted him to bring even more stuff there. The property is surrounded by farm fields so I don't think it was a nuisance like it would be in town. Well the owner died and his nephew is in charge of clearing off the property. Nephew is also a real nice guy and he's cashing in staggering amounts of scrap metal so he's not at all upset about his clean up duties, he was also nice enough to let us walk around and buy pretty much anything we were interested in. The place is surreal and I took many pictures. I don't want to post the location of this place on the internet since the nephew is very wary of people going there to steal scrap metal, apparently this has been an issue. But he is willing to sell stuff, if you see something you absolutely can't live without I might be able to help facilitate that, but no promises. On his first tour, my buddy took me a few teaser pics which really made me want to go. In these first two, you can see the famous "dome"... In person, it looks like a flying saucer landed there 40 years ago and just never moved again. I'd guess it's 100 feet in diameter. Apparently the owner found out that a wastewater treatment plant was getting rid of the roof over part of it's facility and this guy went there, disassembled it, brought it to his property and then re-erected it as a giant workshop. I originally wanted to go after seeing pics of this '56 Chevy 2 door sedan, figuring on buying the doors and B posts as 2 door conversion parts. Unfortunately sometime after these pics were taken but before I got there, someone beat me to it and cut up the doors and quarters to get the door latches and window regulators. So that wasn't meant to be.