I went to a Junk yard, not a salvage yard look at what I found

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  1. sceld71

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    Poor old '74.... Trapped by a tree to slowly rot to death
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    The last one rode the church bus to the big rust pile in the sky.
     
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    This place has been there since the late '30's. I walked behind the building and noticed all the trees. 70 to 80 year old trees. I remember the old guy say just keep walking, I would find the years I needed. The closer I looked at those trees the more cars I noticed the were hidden by the leaves.
    I asked the old man what was the oldest car he had or which one was worth the most if he restored it.
    He said he has an '18 Dodge Brothers. I believe him.
     
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    That is wild!
     
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    Does he sell parts off the cars? How are his prices?
     
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    Yes he sells, but what parts do you need? The only thing I thought was good was the back glass.
     
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    Oh no I was just curious if he sold stuff. with it being so overgrown, it looks like at least that part of the yard doesn't get many visitors.
     
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    the further back I went the trees and grass were shorter and the years were newer.
    the photo with the bus was next to the building.
     
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    The 18 Dodge was probably the one on the bus.
     
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    Damn, drip rails I need sitting right there!
     

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