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Old 03 Jun 2018, 02:52 pm
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Default Re: Could Chrysler Be Killed This Friday?

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Originally Posted by rob302 View Post
it's weird, i imagined a junk yard being as permanent as a cemetery. just something that would always be there.
I have (as do you) friends that often go to large auto recyclers/wrekers and see cars that are not only rare but popular like PT's being stripped and crushed all the time.
Here in Northern Ca specifically Rancho Cordova has one of the largest area's of several dozen auto recyclers/wreckers (at this point I just call them auto recyclers) that not only sell the usual parts but also sell off valuable materials that hold the highest value. The good thing is that established a nation wide parts search system so for at least a short while you can find most things you are looking for if the auto recyclers counter person knows how to use the search program.

Now I will say in some states that they are still call those weed overgrown fields with old semi stripped vehicles and old washing machines "junk Yards" that is a whole different animal!
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