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Mustang junk yard
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I sure would love to clime around this place...Check some codes!! Smile

I heard they are in Tennessee.


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#2
Imagine all of the parts destroyed by stacking them...painful to look at.

Jim

M code 71 Mach 1, 351 4V Cleveland, Ram Air (not factory), C6 Trans, 3.5 rear
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#3
I see some Mustang II's in there. I bet some folks would like to get some parts from there.



Mike AKA Ole Pony & Rare Pony

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#4
Damn, that makes me sick...

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#5
OLE PONY;184132 Wrote:I see some Mustang II's in there. I bet some folks would like to get some parts from there.

HAAAaaaaaaa I'll take a front end to put in my next project!!!


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The Horror

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#7
I see a piece of trim I need!

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"I love my Hookers!" and "Get some Strange" probably have a different connotation to non automotive enthusiasts!
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http://www.prestigemustang.com/index.php...parts=new3

not sure if its the same one but.......


this one IS: http://www.coloradomustang.com/default.aspx


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#9
That's Colorado Mustang Specialists. You should see the rest of their lot.

BUT...

I contacted them by phone when I was seeking a quarter panel. $700 for the best quality from their yard, plus freight; $1,200 if they had something NOS. Sounded more than reasonable to me. Was told to email with my info, and they'd get me a quote. Did so, and heard nothing two weeks later. Sent a followup. And another.

That was about 7 months ago. I'm still waiting.

No wonder they have so much in their yard. Unless they improve on their service, they can bloody well keep it all too.

-Kurt

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#10
What a shame
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