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Ohio: Warner's Salvage Yard, Mt. Sterling

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NOTE: The following is courtesy of Forum member "Lump" from Xenia, Ohio.  Your moderator had to reconstruct Lump's discussion because he (moderator) was unable to relocate the discussion to its own space.  Thus only the moderator's information appears to the left of this posting.


Well, I hate to give up my secret "honey hole," but I would like to keep this thread going for a while, if I can. 


In Mt Sterling, Ohio (just south of Columbus, along I-71) is located Warner's Salvage Yard. They have cars all the way back to the early 30's. Most everything is REALLY rusty. And, the owner is very, very religious, and will not tolerate foul language, etc. Seriously. 


Contact info: Warner's Salvage, 13501 OH-56, Mt Sterling, OH 43143, Phone: (740) 869-3532


No time for many photos tonight, but here are a few: 






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it's very sad to see this beautiful American car abandoned.
In France it is rare to see American skins abandoned, and if there are, they are often buy to restore them.
last week end I find a 1969 electra abandoned since 1986. it's very rare in France to see that (American car abandoned).
so I buy it to restore it :) 





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10 hours ago, Bruce_C said:

The chien looks very tired from all the work, but the car is safe now.



there is work, but nothing is impossible ;) .
where there's a will, there's a way .
I will start work at the end of 2019 :) 
it lacks the engine, it must redo all the floor, even the floor of the trunk. the trunk lid is also very tired, ... there is work :) 

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