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Old 01-06-2014, 08:31 PM
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Any Super Dutys in the local Junk yards?

I am looking for a center console or Jump Seat 99-09 in tan leather or vinyl. Ebay had been pretty pricey. Going to go hunt the yards as soon as it warms up past zero...

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I know this is an old post but I've ad lots of success at Crazy Rays. Lots of locations but I frequent the Mt. Airy location. Most prices are good and have tons of unique things. I've found a volvo p1800, 68 camaro, and a 70's bronco. Super Dutys may be too valuable but I've seen later model F150s and Dodges in there so you never know. They keep no track of their inventory so don't bother to call and ask. Jessup seems to be the busiest so I'd check there if you're local
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Hey mr.fordneck, does the Mt. Airy location have '92-'96 Ford pickups? It's the closest location to me.
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Hey mr.fordneck, does the Mt. Airy location have '92-'96 Ford pickups? It's the closest location to me.
Tons! Not kidding. I've been 3 to 4 times and there are no fewer than 10 at any given time. I can always find parts for my 1990, I usually have a few that I can chose from. Lots of beat old work trucks but some are mint and just got in a crash and insurance totaled it. You will find one easily
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Thanks! I've gotta make a trip. I need a nice light grey interior among small things. Seat and panels are completely trashed.
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Thanks! I've gotta make a trip. I need a nice light grey interior among small things. Seat and panels are completely trashed.
Late model stuff is usually pretty picked over but you have a real good shot at finding a truck of that era with a full interior. I've been on the hunt for a good condition radiator core support for my 1990 F150 for a while but all the trucks I've seen there have rotted out in that area. Can't tell you how many front ends I've pulled apart in that yard looking for a rust free one . Have fun and bring your boots because it's a muddy mess all the time.
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