So here’s another installment of the obscure life I live. I’m sorry if it offends you.
ZZ top inspired van, right around the corner from my work!
Badass van! for picking up cougars in.
If you see this poking up in front of you, it’s a good omen. Blessed are the westfalias.
Phil needed some parts of the sacrificial hardtop. All yee who buzz and fly in his path shall parish in flames.
Random Snap, I really enjoy my job at times. 🙂
Junkyard guys rock in style. Everyone knows they get pick of the litter.
Example B. of the above statement. Gangsters run two different tire sizes, gangsters do, that’s who.
Hunting at the junkyard is fun. This Celica GTS (half-trac conversion) had a bunch of awesome stuff on it, such as the 3SFTE? or is it a G head? can’t tell, and…
All trac hood, (the vents were there when I got to the yard, someone scooped them when I was walking around! Blarghk! and…
JDM clear corner lights! Why wouldn’t you take this stuff off before scrapping the car?!?!?!
This picture is for Tim and his AW11 customer. Perfectly good redtop 4age from an ae92 GT-S
The rear axle design on this AWD Caravan (nice factory lip!!!) is strange. It’s a solid beam FWD style axle, but it has a differential bolted to the frame with half shafts running to the axle…..wat.
Ugh I want one of these bumpers for my project, or a tacoma bumper, but they wanted tooo much for it. Anyone got one? contact me!
WHY WOULD YOU SCRAP THIS?w?!??!@1?@123123DSAADS Look close at the picture, very rare car.
Such nice shape!!!
Again, Why scrap this!?!?!??!?!?!
To end the post, a shot of a car that didn’t get scrapped! 😀
4 thoughts on “Day in the life of…pt.2”
My neighbour has a Ford truck just like that one, and I just recently sold my ’78 😦
S12 is worth it though
The ford only looked like it was bow-ing a little bit to be honest!
I thought the Black van was from the JPN trip, and my Cressy rides just like Example B!
more junkyard blogs…I love it!