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Any Subaru Junkyards in Texas?

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#1 PonchoCatalina


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Posted 09 August 2006 - 10:47 AM

I was wondering if anyone knew of any junkyards containing late-80's Subarus in Texas? From what I've gathered, you can't take a step in the Pacific Northwest without falling over a pile of Subaru parts, but down here I just don't see many. I'm specifically hoping to find a dual-range 5-speed tranny for my soon to be acquired 91 Loyale. If anyone knows of any yards in Texas (or if anyone down this way has a D/R for sale), I'd love to know. Thanks.
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Posted 09 August 2006 - 12:28 PM

Google of "Texas Auto Recyclers" (they don't like the word "junkyards"):




Hope this helps.

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