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found in local u pull it yard, crispy
#1
Someone had a little fire.. ouch. Interior was burnt to a crisp.
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#2
That'll buff out.

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#3
What's all that white stuff covering everything?
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#4
basstrix;285677 Wrote:What's all that white stuff covering everything?

That's our northeast solution to wasp and spider nests.....
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#5
LOL good response! I definitely have to combat those critters every season....along with scorpions and sometimes ants.
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#6
I was able to grab some stuff off it. Had the dual bracket front grille brackets with latch. Some other engine compartment stuff that didn't get scorched.
The urethane bumper was probably savable but couldn't get any of the hardware off and this yard doesn't allow power cutting tools of any kind.

Yes no spiders, wasp nest and other creepy crawlers hiding out when you stick your hand in a concealed area!!
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#7
Sounds like some good stuff....Too bad about the bumper. More on the critters.....BOTH of the rancheros I brought back from CA were infested with black widows...one of them had a wasp nest inside the tailgate...luckily the occupants were long gone. The nest was the size of 1/2 a ripe grapefruit.
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#8
Check the hood hinge springs to see if it had a Ram-Air hood.

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MeZapU;285788 Wrote:Check the hood hinge springs to see if it had a Ram-Air hood.

I nice big pair of Breaker bars should free that front bumper at the frame brackets. The bolts will either free up or twist in half.
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