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Looking for antique heavy truck salvage yard that was near Hampton Beach NH

Posted By waterboy101 Monday, October 25, 2010 10:40 AM
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Looking for antique heavy truck salvage yard that was near Hampton...

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Eddy Lucast
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ih9670 (11/24/2010)
anyone know where i can find interior parts for a 1983 mack cruisleiner WS 721? i belive 81 and up will work, must be an east coast model. thanks russ  email at deeresimons@yahoo.com or www.caboverkings.com  thanks


First thought would be to look thru our Parts & Services section if you are looking for replacement parts. There was a recent discussion about a outfit in the northwest that makes interiors.




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anyone know where i can find interior parts for a 1983 mack cruisleiner WS 721? i belive 81 and up will work, must be an east coast model. thanks russ  email at deeresimons@yahoo.com or www.caboverkings.com  thanks

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Thanks Daryl,
Too bad the place is gone. It was a really cool place. They had soooooo many trucks and other equipment there. I would like to get together with you to photography your trucks. I'm going on a long business trip soon but will get back to you when I get back. I'm always looking for places to photograph.

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Bill Rogers
Alton, New Hampshire
Daryl Gushee
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You are, without a doubt, referring to either Mel Clark or Ralph's. Both were on Rt. 1 north of Hampton N.H.  Unfortunately both are gone. I know some private collectors that may let you take pictures. I have a few myself that are outside and I would let you photograph them. Everything that is inside would be difficult to photograph. You can send me a PM if you want me to ask a friend or if you want to photograph mine.

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I am a photographer that is looking for an antique heavy truck salvage yard that was north of Hampton Beach, New Hampshire in the 1990's. If any one has any info as to where this address is please let me know. I have been looking for antique trucks to photograph that are in original condition. If any has any info about where I can find places to take pictures of old trucks in New England please drop me an e-mail
Thanks
Bill  :)

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