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post #1 of (permalink) Old 07-05-2001, 01:01 PM
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Just moved - any bone yards in New England?

It's been a long and horrible moving trip (should have taken 14 hours with breaks) that lasted 3 days! I'm finally in the New England area working in the New London area of Connecticut. I have my operational rolling project YJ in full use and I need to start part hunting for the eventual frame up rebuild I intend to do. So if anyone knows some good junk (another man's treasure) yards in the New England states I'd appreciate the heads up. I don't mind driving a hundred miles or so either. Makes for a good weekend. Besides my wife likes to hook up the trailer and go "barn" sale shopping for antiques and such.

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Re: Just moved - any bone yards in New England?

Howdy and welcome to New England.

I can't tell you of any good bone yards off hand, but I can tell you of a place in Holyoke, MA called Endangered Species Jeep that has a ton of used parts at good prices. So if there is anything that you're looking for, they are worth a call. Their web address is http://www.endangeredspeciesjeep.com.

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Re: Just moved - any bone yards in New England?

Post that on the Zuki BBS, there are a few guys I run with that live in your area and know where all the yards are.

Welcome to NE, where did you come from?

There is a nice yard in Lancaster, MA that has a lot of YJ's, contact <font color=blue>mxnhid</font color=blue> on the Zuki BBS, he works there.

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Re: Just moved - any bone yards in New England?

A-Rite auto parts in New Britian specializes in Jeep only stuff. You can contact them but prices seem on high side.

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Re: Just moved - any bone yards in New England?

Hello, welcome to the area. New london area you say. I live 10 min from N london. uncasville actually. I have knowledge in this area, where to find stuff at the "yards" shoot me an email and let me know what you are looking for. I have a bunch of cj stuff Im selling but I can tell you where to go locally. Maybe try and go wheeling some time. Let me know. Jon.

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Re: Just moved - any bone yards in New England?

Welcome to New England indeed. [img]/wwwthreads_images/icons/smile.gif[/img]

I work about 50 miles north of you up 395, and live just over the border in MA. I can give you some places in Worcester, MA - one real u-pick-it yard, and some other yards that have some Jeep stuff in them.

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Re: Just moved - any bone yards in New England?

here's a few in the worcester, MA area....

Standard Auto; Worcester
Linders; Worcester
Amherst/Oakham Auto Recycling; Oakham, MA
Clinton Auto Sales; Clinton, Ma
ABC, Leominster, MA

.....just to name a few off-hand

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