I was just wondering if anyone has been there? Me and a friend were just there over the weekend and all I can say was WOW!!! They must have had thousands of cars. Cars from the 1900's all the way up to 2000. They did seem to be a little expensive on some things though. Tailgates for a 1967-72 was $150, but I did find a near perfect 1969 polished aluminum grille. They said they wanted $85 for it. I could have spent days just looking at everything!!
It is southeast of St. Cloud about 30 miles. It is by a town called French Lake, but it has an annandale adress and phone number, sorry I don't have it right now. If noone else posts the number I'll find it for you.
On my map it looks like it is south of Hwy 55 from annandale on 3 and East of 15 from Kingston on 27 switching to 37 before French Lake. Or out of Buffalo, west on 35 then north on 3. It's in Wright county and on the map appears to be straight south of St. Cloud.
Originally Posted by thorseshoeing
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take 15 to kimball at the light take 55 east to 3 south they are on the right hand side of road shouldnt miss them they are pretty a large yard! haveent been there for awhile but the last time i was there they had a lot of neat stuff! make sure to look back farther in the trees theres lots of hidden treasures.
these are directions if comming from st.cloud if comming out of the cities follow 94 west to 37 albertville exit follow 37 to maple lake take a left at the t by the airport follow to 55 west to 3 south to french lake. if you need other directions from different town let me know! hope this helps.
I got it now, thanks!!! French Lake just isn't on my AAA map. I have to go Christmas shopping this weekend but as soon as I can I'm heading out there. I need a few items for my '52 F1 and I need a tailgate for my '37 Plymouth pickup. Don't kick me out for that one but I just love pickups and you don't see many of those. It will probably end up with a Ford flathead or a 289 in it when I'm done.
I don't think anyone will critisize you for your Plymouth pickup. Think of it as being like a Mercury pickup. There gems either way cause there aren't a lot left. Besides, Plymouth is now history anyways.
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