Discussion in 'The Bench' started by Bad Boattail, Apr 26, 2019.
Too bad that this place is long gone, there were Buicks everywhere.
Photos from December 2008:
WoW. I found that place a week or 2 ago. https://www.hemmings.com/blog/2014/...-wheatbelt-antique-auto-heads-to-the-crusher/
Yes, some of my photos are in that article.
When I found it I didn't even notice your name as the photographer.. I think if I caught that I would have posted the link...
BTW nice pictures...
Sad, our history is being crushed one bolt at a time.
Lots of auto salvage yards like that in Wyoming and Montana. Unfortunately in those remote areas Buicks were not very popular and the wrecking yards don't have many in their inventory.
Seems like the owner isn't a big fan of Skylarks
Or the photographer is more into B, C and E-body Buicks.
Crushed & shipped to Japan and made into your fridge, dryer, washer,etc.....