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Old Ford yard closing soon dec 5th=crusher

Anyone needing any parts, I was told tonight Classic Ford in Maine is crushing half of their junkyard December 5th...they had glass/trim I needed(took 7 calls and almost two weeks to get a price though), said they had quite a few '65 galaxies and the like...If you need something, might want to try them soon. Sad to hear of another parts source going away- not many left that will give you decent pricing(just hope my stuff shows up intact next week as promised).
Their number is (800)894-4300. Good luck, Tim

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Hey Ford4v429 you don't know if they have a web site do you? I'd kinda like to see their inventory before they crush.
Too bad about that tho' these older Ford cars are getting harder and harder to find parts for. I need seats for my '65 Hrdtp, the originals got destroyed 3 years ago.

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Re: Old Ford yard closing soon dec 5th=crusher

Laris500-
www.classicford.com is their site for the yard thats closing- not very complete inventory list at all, and I had a really hard time getting ahold of the guy...

www.allamericanclassics.com has a very good inventory list/decent prices too- but the car I needed parts from, shown in inventory had already been scrapped- otherwise very quick replies, good phone help.

www.dvap.com is extremely well organized shop, with rust free parts, but in Arizona sun, doubt if they have many good interior parts. They want top dollar too-wanted 225+100 shipping for rear glass, and would not insure shipping, 150 for trim- classicford glass was 135 including shipping/insured(but I havent gotten it yet), and 40 for trim.

update: got the glass/trim ok from classic, also bought a 'rust free' gas filler door- was a rusted, pitted piece of crap that immediately went into the trashcan...for $15.00, didnt expect much, but buyer beware- 'rust free' might mean the rust hasnt ate a hole yet to some people. i think if it can rust, save your money and buy it from out west...

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