I must have a screw or two loose. As long as the weather in warmer than 20f, I'll go yarding. Even then, I've been out in colder weather. It's supposed to be 30f this Saturday. Guess where I'll be. Its perfect weather, no bees, no weeds to blind you from the finds, no mud or puddles to lay in while working. It's how i commune with nature.
It's also one of the few places that were open in Minnesota during the covid. So extra bonus to me. After a week of wearing a mask, it was one of the few places i could go and be left the F alone.
What a shame, that 85 SS was worth saving!The above yard put out a 85’ SS, friend of mine tipped me off. They got this car in March complete, I asked and one of the people who run the yard said he was keeping it. Fast forward to October and here it is, mostly stripped. Believe it was mostly done before being put out. Was rough but complete and could of been a driver or maybe project. Non AC, low option car, besides buckets/console pretty bare bones. View attachment 189771
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September visited another yard that rarely gets anything new in, so these have been there 10-20 years, but always find more small items.
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do you ever leave a business card in case they change their mind?I've asked for cars from people and there not selling them but bam a week or to later the sell to the we buy junk car @$$'s for 250 300 bucks and I offered way more than those guys do. I don't get it. But on the other hand I do got a dude who has a yard and puts the potential cars off to the side in a separate area so there not getting crushed or parted out
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