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Old 03-30-2003, 08:50 PM
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I am looking for the e mail address or telephone number of the Mopar Graveyard located in Rogersville, Alabama. This is supposed to be a major parts source. I have tried several search engines and yellowpages.com and can not find any mention of it. Does anyone have this information?

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I asked this same question on MoparChat.com and a fella told me the place is called Stephen's Performance and is located just below the TN/AL state line.

That's all be provided though and I never persued it further. He said the guy can be "proud" of his parts ( ie, $$$) and they won't let you walk around. What good is a junkyard if you can't walk around and find neat stuff?
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I followed up on the Stephen's Performance in Alabama. The number is 1-256-247-1332. The business is actually in Anderson but the yard is in Rogersville, Tn/Al border. They have parts for 63 to 74 Mopars and some 50 and 55 PU and a 48 Buick I think she said.


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Anybody know what ever happened to R&R salvage in Missouri? (did I spell that right?) I last heard the owner died and had left many rare cars behind. He had a sox & Martin car and some other sought after models. I think it was nick named mopar mountain or something.
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R&R salvage was gone long ago. The old man died and left it to his son. Of course his son was an ***** and sold the land and everything inside was crushed and recycled. My dad said he had the priveledge of going thru the yard and he said everything old down to a 32 ford coupe with a 1 foot tree growing out of the engine comparment. they went there to get some flathead parts for his friends 48 Ford. It is sad that all of that is gone now.sd
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Thanks for the info on the Mopar grave yard. I am looking for a rear tail light for a 65 Belvedere so that information will be very helpful, locating that part.
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