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Old 04-27-2006, 08:04 PM   #1
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Default Mustang junk yards

OK, we have a couple in the FAQ, but there has to be more out there in the good old US of A. And, it doesn't have to be Mustang specific, since we rob parts off of Granadas, Monarchs, Lincoln Versailles, etc. Even trucks and Broncos. But, specifically from the years of 1964-81. Anybody want to add to the list? I don't have any around me.
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Old 04-27-2006, 08:08 PM   #2
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what is the mercury version of the stang, like the comet?, i guess those

i live in Asheville N.C.

and in about 1 in 5 yards out in the country have a rotting stang in them, and there are alot of junkyards around that have them.........
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there's one near me on texas road, just off of rt79 in the matawan/marlboro area of new jersey. it's called Aberdeen auto salvage and they have 3 classics, a 2 64 1/2-66 and a 67-68. dunno what else they have there, haven't been there in a while and the last time i was there i was looking fo fox parts, which they had about 6 or 8 foxes there. the other junk yards are worthless on texas road cause you can't go out and look for your own parts and they have ABSOLUTELY NO CLUE what parts they do and don't have. and the one down the very end has a bunch of late models (all makes) but you HAVE to buy the WHOLE car.

the only other good place for parts/whole cars is the swap meet at englishtown, which i believe is this weekend.
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This is a pretty good site

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Old 04-27-2006, 08:49 PM   #5
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a+b in waycross ga there is about 40 classic there but most all of them are pick to nothing although there are a couple of 69-70 fastback i wouldnt mind having there wrecked but who cares right!
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wow, nice link sally.

here's a ripe cherry for sale at my favorite bone yard.
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$8500, not bad at all. if i get time i'll get over there and give her a look!
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