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Old 01-14-2013, 02:08 PM
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Is he listing them for sale somewhere? Craiglist? E bay?

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Old 01-15-2013, 08:25 AM
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I keep suggesting that he set up a photobucket or some such so that people can see what's there and get in touch with him. I have put one guy from this list in touch about a part but I don't want to put him into alot of casual emails. If you are really interested send me a PM and I'll forward you to him. Thanks.
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Just got a note from my son. I have forwarded a couple of PMs to him about cars/parts and his main concern is that interest parties are still going to need to come to the site from where ever. This is just one of his side jobs, his time is very limited to research and photograph specific cars for a maybe sale. They would rather see the cars put to good use instead of crushing but there are logistics envolved. I will still forward questions to him but it will probably require considerable effort on the buyers part. I just thought it was cool to have found these relics so I posted about it.
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Old 02-07-2013, 08:47 AM
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Here are the latest pictures from my sons bone yard. He was interested in the truck but there are some real interesting stuff in the back ground. I asked about that Olds or Pontiac two door which looks to be in good shape. A couple of wagons, corvair, strange square cab truck, and other stuff.
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I see two trucks i dont know which you are refering to ,the closest one is a 53 chey pu you can tell by the dash they had painted trim because of Korean war 47-54 had stainless trim exept 53.the one in background is a 57-60 ford utility without seeing grill cant tell year the bodys are the sane ,hope this helps.
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Thanks 496 but the truck I was wondering about is in the first picture at the top of the cab. It looks military-jeep-converted semi??? Just an interesting truck.
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Didnt notice that one ,I zoomed picture 250% to try to see from the tail gate and side panel i looks like an early Kaizer ? or Dodge power wagon but the langth of the bed looks long flat roof looks WW2 .sorry i cant be sure ,mabe some one else will know like the 59 Ford wagon and the Corvair

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Hi Guys, I'm new around here and stumbled across this thread........Very nice find and I would be interested in 4-5 of those vehicles.

Me and my buddies are always looking for projects...

I'm in the DFW area if there's anyone else nearby....
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that is a dodge power wagon i think.
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Just a notee back from my son...the square truck is military with a running 302. The two door I asked about is a Pontiac silver(?) chief, the end of the red bed is an International. He said business has been good with several cars and parts sold.
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There and back again

Just got back from Kentucky where my friend Fuzzy and I toured my son's junk yard project. They have been doing a steady business scrapping cars but have sold a lot of complete cars as well. I was having too much fun looking and picking up odd pieces so didn't take as many photos as I should have. The pictures I did take show a real loss of good material. If only these two door wagons had been taken out a few years ago... There are two Ford two door wagons, the first pic is the best one, the other is in the back on the left side of the picture. Unfortunately the second is mashed pretty bad on the left rear. The Poncho hearse/flower car is cool. I had never before seen a Plymouth two door wagon. It's a shame to lose them.
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I dig this one!



I have always loved "service cars" like this, very cool.

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