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New Pull a Part at Smokey Point, WA


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#1 edrach

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Posted 27 January 2008 - 09:57 PM

I got to see the new PAP yard at Smokey Point today. About 1/2 hour north if traffic is moving going through Everett. Nicely laid out place. All the cars are off the ground on macadam; no more crawling around in the mud. Large too, it took me 1/2 hour to walk the entire foreign car side. Found a bunch of Subarus: 8 or 9 Legacies, a half dozen Loyale/GL cars, and 4 EA81 cars; even an XT4 turbo (2WD--ask me how I know). No Imprezas or Forester at all. Aside from the traffic this will be worthwhile to hit now and then.

Note to starkiller: Sorry no rear air deflectors or the right headrests for you.

Take I-5 to exit 206 and head east on 172nd (forgot the state highway number). About two miles, it's the first left you find after the airport.

#2 audio_file

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Posted 27 January 2008 - 11:05 PM

do you remember the name?

b.t.w., last time i walked through farrells up here in mt. vernon they had a nice assortment of subies (mostly 80's). the guy behind the counter was a bit "cold/prickley" but that was probably just because i'd never been there before . . .

anything specific somebody needs that is a common j.y. item i'd be more than happy to go check for it/grab it!

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#3 edrach

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Posted 28 January 2008 - 02:18 AM

do you remember the name?

If you mean the highway number, no, but I can look it up on the map. 172nd is the street that exit 206 dumps you onto; just head east on it through Smokey Point. Look left after the airport and you'll see the huge blue sign in the distance.

#4 starkiller

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Posted 29 January 2008 - 04:47 PM

ed

thanks a bunch for looking for those items for me :)




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