It was a fine day one Saturday in November, so we decided to hit the local Pick-Your-Part, because that’s what we like to do in our free time. As always, there was plenty of interesting stuff to see, and there were a couple old cars there, too, which was a surprise. As you’ll see in the pictures, both of them fully deserved to be in the junkyard, unfortunately, as there was little to be had from them. We did manage to grab two fans and a pulley, which we put to use in Truck Norris, Car Craft’s project 1967 C10.
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