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Old 01-11-2003, 01:19 PM
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here a while back i told all bout a guy who had some nice hotrod dreams in a barn,field,and driveway well he called me a few days ago and the county is gonna make him clear his lot with all those parts cars on it so he told me for the meager sum of $1000. i can come down there and get ANY THING off the parts cars i want i will go and save as many use able part that me and three of my closest buddies can save with truck and trailers we cant take any of the cars because he has no title but all the parts we want !!!!

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Old 01-11-2003, 03:09 PM
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Rent some BIG trailers and go for it.
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Old 01-11-2003, 04:42 PM
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you'll be kickin yourself forever if you have the chance at the cars themselves and only part them out. it's definitely possible to get new titles, even legally! so take the cars too!!!
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Old 01-11-2003, 05:04 PM
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Hey 59Ford, will you save me the 67 396 camaro. Pretty please, with sugar on top. <img src="graemlins/mwink.gif" border="0" alt="[mwink]" />
Where in Texas are you? Close to Fort Worth?

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Old 01-11-2003, 05:08 PM
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Get the cars, Save them. Please,Please don't dont let them rot.

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Old 01-11-2003, 07:55 PM
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Man, if you ain't you would be wise to jump on all the complete cars you could get. In just a day or two you could get all your money back and them some. I hope this ain't just some..

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Old 01-12-2003, 08:46 AM
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Where in Texas? Need any help. I will take one or two and get the titles....he,he.

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Old 01-12-2003, 08:51 AM
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Oh man! why can't I catch a break like that? I'm going to stock up on horse shoes....I agree, take the complete cars if titles can be obtained. Good luck, I'm jealous...
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Old 01-12-2003, 10:25 AM
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Grab all the good cars\trucks he might have. After a year or so file a storage lean against the car for more than it is worth. You could have someone who will outbid you since it will basicly go to auction for the amount of the lean, but unless someone outbids the lean, the car is yours with a brand new title. Good luck and grab all the goodies you can. Who knows how much you can sell them for, or what you can use them for.
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well there is bad news he isnt lettin go of the camaro,stang,superbird,cuda,fire bird

or any of the real good ones i know you can gete title but he wont sell the whole cars i will go there next week i am outta houston but the lot is in deep south texas and thats all i will say

but there is a fast back stang i get to rob every hting but the framrails if ya knowwhat i mean
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Hey 59Ford, if you find anything fun for a 63 Nova or a 61 Chevy C-10 let me know, please. I'm still looking for parts. Have fun next week. We're all very jealous. <img src="graemlins/drool.gif" border="0" alt="[drool]" />
Now, why can't I find anything like that in California? <img src="confused.gif" border="0">
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Old 01-12-2003, 10:43 PM
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I need a complete drive train. hope you can find a 350/350 and a compatible rearend. Maybe we can bargain. Good find, I live in San Antonio and would love to COME ON DOWNto help you clean up the area. 200 miles is not too far for me to go to help. PM me my e-mail is all screwed up and I may not get it.

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Just because you can't take the whole car in one peice doesn't mean you can't take the whole car in peices. Just strip the car(s) down to the frame, load up all the sheetmetal and drivetrain one trip/day and come back for the rest the next. Technically your only taking parts and not the "whole car". get 6-7 people out there with a big ars air compressor and some air ratchets a big flatbed truck or trailor strip them suckers down make a flying trip home and unload then come back for the frames and stack them all on top of eachother. Just watch those coil springs, you could get decapitated rather quickly. Just remember to label the susp. components to what car they belong. Label, bring a few rolls of tape and permant markers or a few different colors of rattle can paint. Of course if your wondering the answer is yes, I've done this before. When I see notices like that in the paper I go straight to Uhaul or Ryder and rent a truck or get someone to rent a truck and hammer out there.

Also you folks out there that see stuff like this you CAN do something about it. Go check your local abandonment laws. Sometimes you can score cool stuff.

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HK has the right idea but thtat involves not only alot of work but alot of time to do it in. Here in Texas we are faced with great distances to travel before arriving at the gold mine. From Houston to south Texas (the Rio Grande Valley) is about 500 miles. To West Texas (El Paso)about 700 miles. The far north Panhandle is another 500 miles or so. Even the NE corner (Texarkana) is about 350 miles from here. Louisiana is about 120 miles, but who cares?
I've taken apart cars all over the state and it is work with a capital W-O-R-K doing the traveling and getting there at sun-up to allow yourself the hours it takes to do the job.
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