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Old 04-10-2008, 05:30 PM
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Good junkyard?

I'm not having much luck finding a couple parts for my 97 F-250. And now I've come across a 93 F-150 cheap, but it needs a little work. Anybody know of any good junkyards with 90's Fords? I'm in the north central part of the state but get to the northeast part quite often, but wouldn't mind the drive anywhere if it was worth it. The only ones I know of have some older Fords, or deal with mostly newer cars.
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You could try Hansen's truck salvage in Omaha. They carry tons of late model stuff. Here is their info:

5704 south 60th
Omaha
402-734-7016

That's pretty much the only one I can think of.
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Have you tried Hogan's Auto Salvage in South Sioux City? They are at 2002 W. 29th St on the west edge of town off old highway 20. 402-494-3706.

I've driven by there a couple times, but never stopped to look for anything.
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I have all but given up on walking around junk yards. I just use this site which was referred to me by a junk yard in Minnesota. He used it to find parts beyond his yard. Its a good resource with many Nebraska junk yards as members. I get the parts shipped to my door at usually a much lower price. Where about in North Central Nebraska? There's a shop in Blair that has quite a few ford parts.
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Hey bleach93, welcome to the Nebraska chapter. You should consider joining the chapter! Click on the "join" link below, if you are interested.
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