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Some time ago I posted about a bus in a junkyard in Arlee (MT) that I'd relieved of some of its parts. Rifling through the contents of the cabinetry I found some interesting items as well. I'd forgotten that I'd absconded with one of these items, an abandoned roll of film, which we later had developed. Full post here.

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Comment by Ryan G on November 28, 2010 at 2:33pm
Its too bad I was up there about a month ago and just the week before that he crushed all the vw"s :( Sweet pics
Comment by whc03grady on November 28, 2010 at 3:07pm
So by my count that's three buses (all bays), about seven Beetles, a Karmann Ghia, and a Squareback that have been sent to their Greater Reward. I'm glad I got to them when I did. Thanks for the info.
Comment by Ryan G on November 28, 2010 at 3:30pm
I thought I saw a Ghia still but the bays were gone. I tried to ask if there was anything else and all he kept saying was "crushed all vw's last week" Its too bad because the month before I went up there and he had just closed and I told him I would come back for parts of the vw camper and he was really cool, told me he was going on vacation and to come back later . I really wish someone could have saved that Riviera. I asked why he did that and he said he was not moving parts on any of them .
Comment by westywoman (Melissa) on December 14, 2010 at 8:23pm

That's a bummer. Looks like it had restoration possibilities.

Comment by whc03grady on December 14, 2010 at 10:37pm

I can attest that it was pretty rusty, so I'm not sure how good a candidate for restoration it was. But it was certainly a decent parts bus, from the knees up.


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