Fast Four Special

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  1. Top dollar paid for four or more very nice or perfect NOS caps! 4O6-57O-9552 6" ID 6 1/2" OD
  2. Thanks John! Looks for future posts regarding this. We'll need some help identifying some of these pre-war doors we saved.
  3. You do not need to be on Facebook to see the page. Here is the link ~ Also, when I handed Neil a huge wad of cash for the cars and parts we've saved over the past few weeks, he thanked me. Apparently, everyone won!
  4. Have you ever been to the yard? Take a look at the reaction on the site to judge whether "no one wanted them". There was no "preaching" on my part. I was only trying to get rare parts in the hands of those who appreciated them. Judging from the 18,000 hits that the post received on our Facebook page, and the hoards who came out to buy parts and complete cars in the two weeks before they were crushed, it seems you are in a very small minority. Obviously my poll did it's job. It certainly got your attention. It's all gone now, so you can relax and get off your soapbox.
  5. I'm refraining from comment until I pick up the last of my stuff... PS ~ I know of a VERY clean METEOR for sale in Butte if you are interested!
  6. On a more positive note, here is some of the stuff we saved!
  7. A terrible, sad, tragic day. We were able to haul off two trailer loads of pre-war parts, but the owner of the yard went ahead and crushed many of the whole cars that we had marked to save; including three '60 Desotos, two '61 Chrysler hardtop wagons, several late '50s Plymouth wagons, a few early 60s Imperials, and all of the A, B, and E body Mopars. We're headed back tomorrow, but it looks like all 20 acres of rust-free vintage cars will be stacked for crushing by Monday.
  8. Here are some updates ~
  9. He had a reputation for being notoriously over-priced the whole time the yard was open. He also could be a bit of a crappy fellow. Yes, there are a lot of ways he could have handled this better. If I would have not heard about the scrapping through the grape-vine, it all would have simply disappeared quietly in the night... Fortunately we've managed to buy some of it before it was crushed, albeit <.1%.