Stopped by the local Pick -N-Pull and got some goodies today. Big dump inside.

Lets start with the builders section that are for sale.

I just really liked the little wing thing on the roof, very classy.
V12! Next to it was a very clean BMW 740 in green and it was the very nice green color.
Some asshole actually tried to junk this.

First section up is the GMs.

Fiero had the 4Tech.

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El Camino Conquista?
A fairly rare Chevy Corsica hatchback.

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Loving those wheels
Its a Concours! Tried to take the the badges but they were bolted on and I didn’t want to remove the inner fenders.

Mopars up next

A nice Ram Van

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An XJ with the roof console, really wanted it but it was in poor condition. I did get a brand new brake caliper and 4 brand new brake pads from it though. Someone replaced the front drivers side caliper and then promptly junked it.

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Toyota Time!

Tercel was pretty much destroyed inside.

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Cressida!

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A 2nd Tercel Wagon. This guy stripped about two carts worth of stuff from the interior.

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Luckily when I came back he was gone and left the tail lights, which I promptly snagged along with the dome light and some trim pieces.
Zoidberg, what else has good resale on these?
I thought it was neat that they had different things for handles inside. One had a handle, one had a little round knob and others were just capped.

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Sweet headliner.

Other imports.

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A completely destroyed 240Z.
It only had three of these wheels but I took them anyway to add to my old wheel collection.
I rarely think things are beyond saving, but I think this qualifies.

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I found random parts from this car in the trunks of 2 nearby cars too.
Anybody know what this is?
Volvo Coupe

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CNG conversion.
Owner of the tank in the previous picture.
Stanza

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Not an M5 but used to have the badge. Had a nice Magnaflow muffler though so I bet it sounded good. I like the wing too.

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I didn’t even realize these were ever sold in the US.
Exhaust from Scoupe

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Interesting intake from Scoupe.

Trucks

I love older dealer badges/stickers. They tell a little about the car’s stories.

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This had custom pin-striping inside and out.
High top converted Suburban, was lifted too. Would have made an amazing camper.

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Very strange mirrors.

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In the parking lot.
This had the Turbo Intercooler stickers but had neither a turbo or an intercooler.

I’ll leave you with that. Not pictured was the incredibly clean early 90s F-150 with a slight lowering I spotted in the parking lot.