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I have found a goood wrecking yard [NW recyclers] up here by me in lake Stevens that has a few good bumpside and dentside trucks, plus they have 3 or 4 more in holding that look good from a distance but they won't let anyone go inside to look at them until they are processed. I do see a 78 or 79 1/2 ton 4x4 that looks like it has a lift kit under it but not sure what size of lift it is, I picked up a lift for my 1970 1/2 ton 4x4 a couple years ago and it only costed me $80
1977 Highboy 1970 F100 4x4
1976 f250 camper special 2wd
2010 Super crew FX4 [mommas truck]
1965 CJ5, 1974 CJ5, 1981 CJ5
1970 Chevelle SS 396
I go to NW on a regular basis, they have a few trucks in there with good headers a couple FE and one with a 460. There is 78 Bronco I keep checking for them to put in and a 90s f-450 I want to grab the hydraboost setup off.
good to know
i usually hit pick-n-pull, located in arlington, lynnwood, and tacoma. they usually have a pretty decent selection
my van, 87 e350, 6.9 NA, c6, 3.55s with a powertrax locker. built out with toolboxes and onboard 120v power and compressed air powered by twin 3g alternators
"suzie" 83 F250 ld 4x4, 4.9, NP435, 3.55s. custom flatbed. 0-60 in over a mile on a downhill.
That's an hour away from me so it might not be worth going all that way for some parts haha. Oh well there are plenty around here.
1978 Ford Bronco Ranger XLT *The Green Machine* 351Mutant§35x12.5R15§3" Body lift§
1971 Volkswagen Super Beetle *Kaput* 1600CC Dual Port§Lots of rust§ Name's Dylan, Don't Wear it Out!
Can one of you guys that's close to this place look at a couple drivers side doors for me, when you're there next? I need a replacement for my project, and before I make the trip from Olympia, I want to know it's worth it if possible. Thanks! Looking for something that's pretty-much rust-free, and minimal damage.
Peddler, NW posts all the parts vehicles on Craigslist. If you see something you really need I could grab it for you cause I drive my wife to Olympia every Thursday for her Grad program at Evergreen . Not sure how the PM thing on here works but if you're going to the Chapter meet Saturday I will exchange numbers with you.
Besides, I'm always bored in Olympia with nothing to do, wouldn't mind tinkering on a truck if you want a hangout buddy.
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