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Old 01-08-2006, 12:18 PM
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Lightbulb anyone looking for hard to find parts?

i have been doing some bush hogging when i am able, for a man that owns salvage yard near me and he has a bunch of 50's 60's 70's and up to the late 80's parts and complete trucks, and the ones i have seen are in real good shape some with stright and rust free bodies, the name of the place is richards number is 336 302 5005. he will be closed not this week but the next week after. he is going out of town. how long he will be closed that week i dont know. he also has a bunch of anitques and rare and old autos and trucks also a very large yard.

just though i would say something if some one is interested in parts.
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Old 01-09-2006, 06:52 AM
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The last time I was there a couple years ago, his stuff looked pretty picked over, and he was asking three prices for what was there. We shook our heads and walked out. 15 years ago he was the cat's meow.

Thought he was supposed to close over a year ago, what happened?

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i suppose he has re open he had closed for over a year due to the health problems he was having but now he has a lot more cars and trucks, he has started now all mid 90's and up he crushes and when the cars and trucks are picked over he crushes them and then brings in more, i dont know if it is the same guy 15 years ago or not. he also has this junk yard up for sale too.
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Old 01-10-2006, 08:11 AM
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You are talking about Richards in Denton or near Denton, right? Aint but one, Richards in that area. Are the school buses still there?

The yard was for sale back then. He was supposed to be going into a different business.

Glad you are bush hogging, the weeds were so high you could hardly walk through them the day we were there.

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yeah weeds are not as bad as they was and he is dealing with real estates now well he has always dont that on the side, but i am getting a complete truck from him on the work, but i seen a few 70, and 80 models that look in real good shape, complete trucks what i can tell. anyways i am off to work but i thought i would mention it to the group.
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You didn't happen see any dodge darts sitting around in those weeds did you.
Looking for a few odd parts for my 71.
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i had nto seen any but i wasnt looking for any but i am sure he dose if you tell me what it is before friday morning then i will ask him tomorrow. i have to go back down there in the morning
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