My old roommate (Vegasjetta) had a collection of photographs he found in junkyard cars. He put them all over a wall in our house and it made for interesting decor and conversation when people ask why we have a wall of photographs of people and things we know nothing about And every once in a while someone would come over, look at the wall, and say, "Hey! i know that girl!" It was usually a call-girl
That's a Fiat 131.Don't remember exactly what this is
These cars are completely extinct on the East Coast. I want oneDatsun 180 or 200SX (aka Silvia)
Splinter - Team Post-Killing Ninja
I don't practice llanteria
I used to grab every homemade CD I'd find that wasn't scratched and give it to my girlfriend. I'd always give her the BS line that "Our song" is on the CD... without listening to them first.
Want to roll your fenders or Lamin-X your lights in clear or yellow for THE ABSOLUTE CHEAPEST PRICE IN THE GTA? IM me!
"I was thinking about what a friend had said, I was hoping it was a lie."
I like mine, it's nice to lean on, but I have to turn it around so the cup holder is on the back.
That yard in MA, I've been there before but can't remember the name? I got lots of parts for a 95 Sentra I had. Is it still there?
"The best way to give advice to your children is to find out what they want and then advise them to do it." - Harry S. Truman
Something I've mocked up in junk yards before, but this was sitting in a Pep Boys parking lot:
Originally Posted by Walter Bishop
Here in WNY, there is ABSOLUTELY no point to "walking a junk yard" as everything is rotted to nothing. Even the layout of the west coast yards looks so much neater and more tidy then how the ones around here are.
In the yard beside our shop, there is an audi 200 ( I think) sedan with the.turbo 5 cyl, five speed and awd. COMPLETE car, looks like it was driven just yesterday. Been there for 2 years. I went to pull the engine ( don't know what I'd do with it, but everyone should have 5 cyl 20v turbo sitting around ) and it was crushed before I got there. In pa, once a car is in the yard, thats it, can't be retitled
There is a junk yard near me that I want to go look around, I have driven past a couple times and see all kinds of cool looking vehicles in there. Most of them I have no clue what they are, I just know they are ones I would like to restore.
I typically take pictures of older stuff myself. Here are a few:
1963 Nova Convertible
25+ 1955-57 Chevy's of all shapes and sizes
Old 331/392? Hemi's.
New England junkyards are terribly sad.
1989 Dodge Ram 50: 4G63 Turbo Swap / EVO 8 16G / Viper brakes / etc.
1964 Chevy Impala Convertible: Lifelong project
2005 Subaru 2.5 RS
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