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Holy cr^p, the sheet metal alone must be worth a fortune. Is that stuff still usable after sitting out in the weather all those years? Find any good project cars out there?
 

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so what is the deal with that place? think i can trade them for a gum ball or two?
 

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There sure is a lot of stuff there . Now I don't want to rain on your parade (but I will) /forums/images/icons/wink.gif
This reminds me of a friend of mine who bought a motorcycle wrecking business. There was the load of stuff for bikes all racked and waiting to go . And thats what it did "waited " . All that stuff is scrap metal until somebody buys it . Is there a market for 1000 LH rear doors for a 61 4 door Chev, or what ever ?? Maybe in the States there is . I can tell you there wasn't a market for 300 starters for a CB 250 Honda in Austarlia .

I hope there is somebody to buy it all , until then it's scrap .

Keep smiling
 

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Nice find.... Good thing they don't use the salt on the roads up north like they do around here....
Is that a 427 SOHC in that crate in the corner /forums/images/icons/smile.gif
 

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nice!!! if you happen across a 8" rear end with posi let me know.
 

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You're still thinking in pre-Ehay terms. I keep thinking "what a pile of old junk!" pause one second and "jeez what an internet auction gold-mine". We're not the only car nuts that shop Ehay. Hope there's another barn full of shipping boxes.
 
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