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Cledus Snow

Original Poster:

1,624 posts

85 months

Tuesday 3rd April 2012
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Anybody looking for a few spares?













































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http://i25.photobucket.com/albums/c72/jackchevelle...



















spectre17

208 posts

103 months

Wednesday 4th April 2012
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AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAARRRGHHH YOU HORRROR!

largelunchbox

233 posts

98 months

Wednesday 11th April 2012
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i just had to get the tissues out

St. Anger

1,123 posts

78 months

Wednesday 11th April 2012
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This kind of thing makes me sad. If every one of those cars was owned by the enthusiast it deserves the the world would be a much better (noisier!) place.

97redcobra

8 posts

61 months

Thursday 12th April 2012
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where is this located????

Cledus Snow

Original Poster:

1,624 posts

85 months

Friday 13th April 2012
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97redcobra said:
where is this located????
Just outside Ipswich*.














  • This is a blatant liesmile

uncle tez

483 posts

48 months

Thursday 19th April 2012
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This makes me sad frown

AaronTateHedrick

1 posts

39 months

Tuesday 5th June 2012
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The horror!
Stacking Mustangs on top of each other like that! You would think they are cardboard boxes or Toyota corollas.

What a shame.

Aaron Tate Hedrick

Seymour, Tennessee

Dr G

11,896 posts

139 months

Monday 11th June 2012
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Appears they belong to Colorado Mustang who started stockpiling cheap parts cars in the 70s

http://jalopnik.com/5898100/is-this-the-worlds-lar...

CupraAndy

257 posts

55 months

Tuesday 17th July 2012
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I want to restore a 67 fastback, go out to Colorado every year to ski as have family out there. Think i may look to import one then!

so upsetting to see those pictures frown

tinman0

18,231 posts

137 months

Thursday 19th July 2012
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CupraAndy said:
so upsetting to see those pictures frown
Not really. As much as I love Mustangs, look carefully and many of those vehicles have either accident damage (thereby killing the shell) or have had most of the good parts salvaged to keep the exiting fleet of restored Mustangs running. I can't land on the exact numbers of 1st and 2nd generation Mustangs, but it's got to be in the order of 4-5m units - and what's that scrapyard(?) - 500-1000 Mustangs?

And just how many first/second generation Mustangs are still in existence in the US? Got to be at least 100-200k units. So this scrapyard is nothing.

So cmon, lets gets some perspective! beer

Vipers

21,306 posts

125 months

Thursday 19th July 2012
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Cledus Snow said:
97redcobra said:
where is this located????
Just outside Ipswich*.



  • This is a blatant liesmile
Liked that one laugh




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lewisshawsy

18 posts

38 months

Thursday 19th July 2012
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oh no who would do this!! horrible people. :'( i wish i had a mustang to but the parts aha...one day I'll have my mustang shelby! biggrin