Visited an old yard this past weekend to pick up a seat for a 61 Chevy truck. There are (he says) around 900 cars there from 1934 to 1975 roughly. Lots of old iron, many Chryslers, Dodges, Desotos, Olds, Pontiacs and Chevys. I saw a savable 37 Ford COE, a 38 Ford 2 dr sedan standard, a 35 Ford sedan delivery that could be saved and a host of others. Owner is retired and is sick of people stealing stuff from the yard so he is crushing it out as soon as steel prices increase. The yard is 12 miles from Utica, NY in Cold Brook. Other things I saw while running thru the yard in the rain...............a 50 4 door Merc, a Hudson twin carb sedan, a 348 block laying on the ground, several big fin Packards. Too much there to remember. He says he has Hemi's he has saved in another building (don't know how many) but I did see a lot of other hemi cars in the field and woods. Lots of brush and trees as this yard was started in '46 so as summer comes it will be full of brush and golden rod making it difficult to get thru for sure. And if you are worried about deer ticks then stay away as the place is not void of having the little pesty critters. I had two living on me and we were there about an hour! Dan knows his stuff so I can't say that anyone is going to rape the yard. He does not like to dicker although he knows it is part of the business and seems to have "thin skin" regarding this subject. If you can PM me with anything you might be interested in I can find out from him if he has what you might be looking for. Maybe we can save some of this old stuff from the crusher.