Lost IL Wrecking Yard

Some pictures of cars at a junkyard in the middle of IL. I found it while going to a state college, he had a ton of Ford LTD stuff I needed. This is my tribute to some fine cars that once ruled the road. I did NOT pick this song originaly when I put this together (it was a 70s R&B song), since it was not authorized, YouTube had a limited amount of songs to choose from. This was the best I could find.

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Rare Junkyard Treasures & barn finds
these are some images of rare junkyard vehicles, and other rare cars in general... left outside to rot for the rest of their lives... until an enthusiast takes it home to restore it...





muscle cars that need a second chance part 2
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Junkyard_video.wmv
My first trip to a classic car junkyard in search of parts led me to make this video. Over 70% of the pictures on this video are pictures I took of the junkyard that I visited that day. The junkyard is over in Vancouver Wa. near my hometown of Portland Oregon.





Car pulled from Bridgewater river had been stolen 20 years a
The Enterprise of Brockton www.enterprisenews.com Car pulled from Bridgewater river had been stolen 20 years ago The 1984 Toyota Celica reported stolen in Taunton 20 years ago. LOST AND FOUND By Maureen Boyle ENTERPRISE STAFF WRITER BRIDGEWATER — John Beals first spotted something in the waters off Ply mouth Street several years ago while canoeing along the Town River with his chil dren. He finally learned what it was Wednesday, when the Fire Department — using a bor rowed crane — pulled up a 1984 Toyota Celica reported stolen in Taunton 20 years ago. Beals and his children, Za ck, 11, and Allie, 9, watched as Bridgewater Fire Department divers examined the area around the car and as the rust ed vehicle was pulled from the water. Beals said they had noticed an object un der the water years back during one of their canoeing outings. "We couldn't tell what it was," he said. Then, last week, with the wa ter levels lower, they could make out the outline of what appeared to be a car. Beals first called the state Department of Environmental Protection this week to report the find then was referred to the Police and Fire departments. Deputy Fire Chief Thomas D. Levy said the Fire Department was called late Tuesday, and a preliminary look of the area was made. Divers returned Wednes day morning, along with a crane donated by City Crane of Avon, to examine the vehicle better. Firefighters George Hogg and Tom Luckman, members of the dive team, dove into the water as Firefighter Glenn Grafton and Lt. Eric Elder, fellow team mem bers, assisted in the effort. "It was very murky," Hogg said. The firefighters broke open the car window, to see what was inside the vehicle. "There was a little bit of gaso line that came out," Hogg said. The car was under about 7 feet of water, he said. Maureen Boyle can be reached at mboyle@enterprisenews.com.




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