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Old 04-28-2006, 10:11 AM   #11
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Black94 and Sully.. Sams pull a part in Worcester is $20 all you can carry TOMORROW.
Sully..what is the name of the yard doing the $50.. Randy and I have been talking about going to Everetts.....I'd be interested in possitly going to that $50 all you can carry day with you.

Typically when a yard does this type of thing..the cars have been picked pretty clean and the yard is looking to maximize their profit for everything. Then right after the all you can carry weekend they put out all fresh cars.

Sully..pm me an email addy. I have a list of hard to find parts that people are waiting for...would be a great thing to keep in mind.

To be prepped for mass selling.. pick up a small postage scale, get boxes of all sized and packing tape. Premier paypal account is also necessary.. get used to them skimming a little off every transaction...I also suggest setting up an account at usps.com then you can print labels and be able to quote the correct postage once the item is boxed up. ... Oh..and make sure you get some flat rate boxes. A coil pack setup is heavy enough that the $8.10 flat rate pays for itself.
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wow, no one mentioned superchargers? Those go for at least $350 on ebay
thats a bit heavy isint it?
Yeah but for $50 all you can grab? Id have 2-3 of them as well as other parts. Im a big guy and if that deal ever comes my way? i can carry allot!! LOL
If they are series two SC, then you could get atleast $100 for it, so it might be worth it. The thing with the Ebay ones, is that most of them are rebuilt. if you watch the regular ones that are pulls, they usually only get $75-100 if they look good and are listed as working, which a junkyard unit really can't be. I have a 93 SC here that I have been trying to sell for basically what I got it for and have had no luck.
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If you find taillights for a 1983 Pontiac Bonneville Brougham (not likely), you will be my hero forever and ever and ever.
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If you find taillights for a 1983 Pontiac Bonneville Brougham (not likely), you will be my hero forever and ever and ever.
Also on that list of tough to find parts...

You folks think I forgot you all ...did you?
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If you find taillights for a 1983 Pontiac Bonneville Brougham (not likely), you will be my hero forever and ever and ever.
Also on that list of tough to find parts...

You folks think I forgot you all ...did you?
Yeah Wheres my headlight switch? Huh huh? Ive seen ya sell one here and there.............. LOL


wouldnt make a difference, im broke for another week anyhow lol
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if you com across a 1993 olds delta 88 royal ls left front fender i would be much abliged preverably red but if not oh well
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Black94...pm Ryan he is looking to sell the 94 that he doesn't need.

Wake... shipping will cost more than it'* worth.
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Black94...pm Ryan he is looking to sell the 94 that he doesn't need.

Wake... shipping will cost more than it'* worth.
I believe I contacted him a while back. I held off to check out the local yard prices, but lazy *** me still hasnt gotten to it yet. Wanna know why? Because it aint fully broken yet. LOL
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Can you look for me a set of SLE badges? I dunno when I'll be able to pay ya, but if you could hold them, you'd be my best friend for ever.
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where does he live at? if it'* close to other members...you all could go in there and pull parts...
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