I stopped by two junkyards this weekend here is part one:

Surprisingly well done by junkyard standards

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SOOO much hauling ability
Some signs just point to a car going to the junkyard someday

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If you look carefully youll notice a Ford grill ziptied to the front of this Caravan.

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Super clean Nissan
A number pad in 1987?

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Unfortunately this is the BMW I mentioned in my last post that was for sale. No one bought it, but the red Jag next to it was saved. I got a wheel and spare tire off it though.
Another sign of a car destined for the junkyard

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Pulsar!

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Super fancy cup holders in the Pulsar.

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How does this end up here?

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Might return for the hardtop later, also not a 500 but a 320.
This is what happens to Toyota trucks in the PNW junkyards.

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I found Bigfoot, but that has to be the most unappealing idea for a scent. I did not test it.

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Very fitting given the time of year.
Who does this?

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Super nice Turbo with a manual

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So freaking comfy. I would love to have driven one of these. Chrysler had it figured out in the 80s, cushy seats, turbo, manual, sedan.
Somethings not right here

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Another Turbo with a manual

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Spotted in parking lot.