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Old 05-24-2007, 06:30 AM
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scrappn cars from 20s-50s $150 bucks

someone posted this on another forum and i thought i should try and spread the word. now i dunno if its bull**** or not, but i thought if it is true i should at least post it. when he puts the phone number up i will post it as well.

Hey guys there is an antique junkyard of cars from the 40's and 50's and 60's that will be closing on June 18th. The property has been sold for a subdivision. All the cars left will be crushed. There are 400+ cars. Hudsons, Nashes, Caddys, chevs, plymouth, studa, fords, dodges, desoto, and bunch other old stuff...Unbeliveable. The owner is selling all cars at $150 bucks. I bought a 49 and a 50 chev and the 58 chev brookwood wagon. It is sad to see all this history go. They have cars from the 20's too. There are about 6 sheds full of chrome and parts and stuff. On Saturday there was a guy with a trailer and bought a 56 pontiac, 62 impala, and 63 impala. I'm hoping the sell it all before the crusher comes.

Middleton Idaho, near Boise, Nampa, Caldwell, Just off the free way middleton exit. Open thurs, fri, sat, and sun until 5.
Hopkins Antique auto will close. They have a phone number in the phone book. I'll look it up later.








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Old 05-24-2007, 07:45 AM
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wow if thats true, thats a hell of a project
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Hopkins Antique Auto
24833 Old Highway 30
Caldwell, ID 83607
208-459-2877
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Man.. that is too bad, all those great old cars going to a crusher!!

If I lived closer, I'd be checking that place out!!!
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Sure is a shame when an old yard like that bites the dust. Funny though-they're building houses? Usually places like that are Superfunds and need TONS of remediation before they can even be re-zoned. Needless to say I wouldn't want to drink from a well there Reminds me of an old yard in South Jersey where there are 6-8" trees growing through some of the older wrecks!
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I don't know how many times I have told my wife "If we ever win the Lotto my new full time job will be restoring old cars and trucks." I hate to think of all of those vehicles going to the crusher.
On a side note, the nature boy in me wonders if the developers are going to bulldoze all of those trees. Hope not.
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Dams it's too far... I want some of those cars....
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