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Briz
Posted 2014-08-20 4:13 PM (#453700)
Subject: L&L classic auto


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So; what do you do when Bonneville Speed-Week is washed out? Go take a look around the L&L yard near Twin Falls Idaho...

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Never seen a Desoto truck before;
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Must have been a reason this 392 hemi block was left to rust. Probably cracked.
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bbrasse1
Posted 2014-08-20 7:05 PM (#453724 - in reply to #453700)
Subject: Re: L&L classic auto


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Great pictures and some nice FL cars. Thanks
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christine-lover
Posted 2014-08-20 8:33 PM (#453738 - in reply to #453724)
Subject: Re: L&L classic auto



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That's a nice yard. Looks like nothing would rust and pit there...so dry.
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Windsor59
Posted 2014-08-24 2:35 PM (#454092 - in reply to #453738)
Subject: Re: L&L classic auto



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Wow nice cars and thanks for great pics
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alwndup
Posted 2014-08-25 6:13 PM (#454192 - in reply to #453700)
Subject: RE: L&L classic auto


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http://www.foxnews.com/leisure/2014/02/28/field-thousands-classic-c...
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deaner
Posted 2014-09-12 12:33 PM (#456076 - in reply to #453700)
Subject: RE: L&L classic auto


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I have been preaching the Gospel for 50 years about rust free dry desert metal. Look close and you might see a parts car or two of mine in the background. Still a ton of good projects and parts. And many years of memories and fun at the yard.
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Chrysler Power
Posted 2016-09-07 2:58 PM (#520717 - in reply to #453700)
Subject: Re: L&L classic auto



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I walked thru this place a couple weeks ago coming back from Michigan. Its HUGE. Lots of good stuff in there though. I walked for an hour and a half and still didnt see everything. There is a two door i may embark on. No wheels on it though. I did walk around the fin section then went over the top of the hill and more cars, go to another hill more cars, lol. Its pretty big. Maybe one of the last big places on the west coast area. I can post some pics later but most of the same.

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