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went to the Junkyard today


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#1 Jack in Norfolk

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Posted 02 October 2003 - 05:05 PM

didnt see a whole lot. All 80s (86+), mostly 2wd sedans and wagons. I did see a 2wd touring turbo wagon that looked like you could drive it out. Also decent three door hatch (the newer one, not like the hatch patrol) with 5 speed dr. It had rust and body damage though.
I am going to go back this weekend.

#2 calebz

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Posted 02 October 2003 - 05:16 PM

I did see a 2wd touring turbo wagon that looked like you could drive it out.



Those are cool.. you should give it a good home before it gets crushed

#3 Jack in Norfolk

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Posted 02 October 2003 - 05:21 PM

I totally agree. The one I went in looking for though was not there. Before I went to alaska, I remember going into this yard and seeing a turbo 4wd touring wagon w/ diff lock. I had never seen one of those in VA before. The car looked perfect! It looked like you could have driven it out. It had airforce officer's stickers on it. Pilots usurally take good care of thier stuff. I have no idea why it was in there. The guy at the yard said he remembered the car and that he though it should still be there. They were closing up so I am going to go back and take another look.




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