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Old 04-13-2013, 05:24 PM   #1
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Default Fuel and brake lines found at El Paso salvage yard

Those of us who have Bonnies that have spent time up north know the lines are getting very rusty. In El Paso today I found a great salvaged Bonny. Super bad sun damage to the paint- which means it was a desert vehicle. The lines super clean, the fuel filler had no rust, and no rust on the quarter panel under the fuel filler door. Bought everything out the door for $160. They provided a fork lift and labor to help pull the parts.
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Lucky bastid!! And what' wrong with setting the cars on 2 rims welded together? Alot safer than a forklift IMO. Wait, since when am I an advocate for safety?? Eh, never mind.
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Welcome to the southwest. Your only enemies here are sun damage and dryrot.

Enjoy them, and I bet you could make some money shipping stuff up north too.
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Enjoy them, and I bet you could make some money shipping stuff up north too.

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