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returning home from a trip the other day we spotted this place! I took the photos with my IPad.

It is a graveyard for old rusty trucks!
 
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May be some parts there someone would pay buck$ for.
 

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All that historic steel just going to waste. Should be either recycled (ya know-cut down on how much we have to "rape mother earth" for), or restored (save the history). LOL. Really kinda sad.

Nice pics though.
 

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May be some parts there someone would pay buck$ for.
Oh, you know there are! And even the entire vehicles, bringing them back to life. My husband would have a heyday there.
 
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I cannot tell you exactly because I don’t know. We were whizzing along the old Crawfordville road between Tallahassee and Apalachicola when we spotted them. Kids have found them and put graffiti on them!
 

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May be some parts there someone would pay buck$ for.
Oh, you know there are! And even the entire vehicles, bringing them back to life. My husband would have a heyday there.
/—-/ Watched a reality show on restoring a rust bucket and they admitted 80% was new parts. Basically they saved the hood, grill and maybe a door. What’s the point?
 

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May be some parts there someone would pay buck$ for.
Oh, you know there are! And even the entire vehicles, bringing them back to life. My husband would have a heyday there.
/—-/ Watched a reality show on restoring a rust bucket and they admitted 80% was new parts. Basically they saved the hood, grill and maybe a door. What’s the point?
Hey, we have a 1926 studebaker you probably would have called a rust bucket, but has 95% all original parts that could be saved. Depends on how deep the rust goes.
 

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