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Junkyards in MA?

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#1 Phaedras


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Posted 30 June 2005 - 06:13 PM

Hey, I just moved to Boston and though I've seen a multitude of older Subarus around, living in the Boston area (Somerville) doesn't seem to provide many actual junkyards to pull parts from. I need some big and a lot of small EA82 stuff (ranging from alternator to AC bracket screws). I'd be willing to drive an hour to get to such a place where I might find these parts. Anyone have any leads?

#2 Seahag1978


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Posted 30 June 2005 - 09:08 PM

Sorry. You came to the absolute wrong end of the earth for old Subie parts. In fact, most yards won't even let you "browse". A lot of my parts come from the board members here or a very occasional eBay score.

I do have a wonderful local parts man who finds a lot of the comestibles for me (and he doesn't laugh)... he's in Peabody... about 17 miles from you, as the crow flies... driving takes about an hour, not far off 128 or 107. He's Paul at Hawkes Auto Parts. Awesome guy!

#3 moosens


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Posted 01 July 2005 - 07:36 PM

Jesse and I can probably cover what you need.Right now it's best to start with Jesse,a.k.a. Subafreak.He's closer and my stuff is kind of tightly wedged into a storage bay.

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