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Had a nice time at Leon's, good meeting all you guys that went. I noticed the hospitality you extended, thank you.
I would enjoy visiting another yard with the group sometime. Now that I have visited the place, I think Leon's would be o.k. if there was a specific thing there that you had to have, but for general bargain hunting...maybe not the best. I think the guy at Dell's near Altoona, PA was more of the "talk turkey" type, but his place is a hike.
There is another truck yard in PA but even farther away, above Pittsburgh. That is getting a bit too far.

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its a good size junk yard has old and new both a few big rigs. could see it all in one day,also called elwoods auto exchange cheeper than leons for sure open 7 days a week

Last edited by apart hillbilly; Tue Jan 24 2012 02:27 AM.

ya I know a few rednecks.Thay all drive chevys to,
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If you guys are up for an over night trip, there's a BIG junk yard in NC called Green's. I went there about 6 years ago with some of the ATHS guys and we walked the yard all day and when we went to pay for our treasures, we were told we missed the other half of the yard that was a few blocks away...we were all disapointed! dang

I'll see if I can round up some pictures...

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Andrew, is Grims a upullit? looks decent on the satelite veiw.

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I am up for another go-at-it if we can pull it off.


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