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Boston’s only Cadillac Junkyard<o:p></o:p> <o:p> </o:p> Gately Cadillac Restoration has saved hundreds of old Cadillacs over the years. Our goal has been to preserve Cadillac history. If your Cadillac can't be saved we will put the parts to good use to save other vintage and classic Cadillacs.<o:p></o:p> <o:p> </o:p> John Gately has many convertibles and coupes, some odd Cadillac limos & hearses, thousands of moldings, lights, grilles, bumper sections, molded door panels, dashboards, glass and interior trim, all mechanical components, switches, engines, transmissions, steering & brakes. <o:p></o:p> <o:p> </o:p> We have some really hard to find plastic and glass for 1937 – 47 still in our warehouse from 30 years ago. We also have 1953 Cadillac Eldorado RARE factory fog lights. We have a few 1941 Cadillacs in our junkyard. Call John with questions 11am-9pm. Looking for some Cadillac advice, John is free 6pm-9pm 7 days a week 617-445-3300 http://gatelyrestoration.com/cadillac-salvage-junkyard.php
Some of you may have seen my posts in Post War. I got to DVAP's Casa Grande location today. These are the guys with a TV show - Desert Car Kings. I called their Phoenix number earlier in the week & they asked what I'm looking for. When I said '51 Buick, they referred me to the Casa Grande location. It seems the older stuff is over there. Anyway, they didn't have what I was looking for (this time), but it gave me a better idea of what they do have. They let me into the yard. Buick row is just past Dodge and maybe 2 rows of Chevy, right before Cadillac (to explain some of what is in the background of the photos here). They seem to have about as many '50-'52 as they do '54-'56 (most of them '55's), and not much later than that, though there are a few. To the photos: Big sign on the building is because the towing company must have got tired of telling walk ins - no, they're next door... Here you go - Buick row: Here's the one with my candidate radiator - no joy: