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: Some very very very cool classic car junkyards. Take a look!!


classicfan1
Mar 27th, 09, 11:54 PM
I found these while looking around and I wanted to share these because maybe you guys might find some use in them. Maybe a needed part or a wanted project.:disco::thumbsup:

First, www.azclassics.com (http://www.azclassics.com)

Second, www.dvap.com (http://www.dvap.com)

These two don't crush at all. If a car is so parted out its almost to the bare chassis, then they will finish dismantling it and put the parts on a rack or shelf and put another classic in it's place. They have thousands of cars, you will spend hours maybe even days browsing around the sites.:hurray:

third, www.roblins.net (http://www.roblins.net)

These guys almost crushed the entire yard when steel reached record highs, but the final decision was to save them. Not a single one was destroyed. They have an old '55 Chevy stock car from waaaay back in the day and a Hudson Hornet.:eek:


I just hope you guys get some great use out of these yards, they are really neat.:D All they do for me is, after looking for awhile, they just teach me that I'll never come close to owning one of these cool rides:sad:. Oh well, I'll dream, a guy can dream can't he?:confused:

Camaros-n-Chevelles
Mar 28th, 09, 05:40 AM
I wish there were yards like these where I live.

classicfan1
Mar 28th, 09, 09:09 AM
I wish there were yards like these where I live.

They will ship things.

captcanuck68
Mar 28th, 09, 05:17 PM
Can't believe what they were asking for that '67 Cam... but wonder what it sold for?

capt

classicfan1
Mar 29th, 09, 10:24 PM
bttt

SPARKY69
Mar 30th, 09, 03:58 AM
Cool, thanks for the post..

IDS_Bill
Mar 30th, 09, 10:46 AM
I work about 1 mile from the Deer Valley yard. It is pretty cool but very picked over as far as anything useable and valuable. On the other hand, last time I was there they had a sweet black on black 440x6 challenger for $26K...

classicfan1
Mar 30th, 09, 10:34 PM
I work about 1 mile from the Deer Valley yard. It is pretty cool but very picked over as far as anything useable and valuable. On the other hand, last time I was there they had a sweet black on black 440x6 challenger for $26K...


Bill, for shame. Every car is fixable until they are murdered by a car crusher or hit by a big rig then dropped on RR Tracks, or well...you get my point. Almost every car in these yards is a Restoration or a Hot Rod just waiting to be saved.

classicfan1
Mar 30th, 09, 10:56 PM
These are ones where I draw the line-not even my cousin Joey can fix these and he has done some INCREDIBLE work.

If these were mine, I'd part them out myself and put a new classic in their place:
http://www.dvautoparts.com/phpcars/1115331441/DSC04567.JPG
http://www.dvautoparts.com/phpcars/1115331441/DSC04566.JPG
http://www.dvautoparts.com/cars.php?/4219


These ARE FIXABLE:
http://www.dvautoparts.com/cars.php?/2807
http://www.dvautoparts.com/cars.php?/4553
http://www.dvautoparts.com/cars.php?/2788
http://www.dvautoparts.com/cars.php?/4599
http://www.dvautoparts.com/cars.php?/6089
http://www.dvautoparts.com/cars.php?/6087
http://www.dvautoparts.com/cars.php?/5868

novaderrik
Mar 31st, 09, 12:48 PM
www.frenchlakeautoparts.com

this is my favorite yard to just wander around in. used to live 4 miles from there and if i got bored on a satruday afternoon, i'd go there and just walk around looking at stuff.
there's 100+acres of cars ranging from the 1910's to 2009. all the cool old stuff is in the back section where the tuner kids looking for a new air dam for their Honda won't screw around with them.