Automotive Archaeology: Private Junkyard in Pennsylvania

Traveling through Pennsylvania, it seemed that the backroads were full of old cars.  In one stash, sitting behind a friend’s shop, was a group of old Mopars waiting for future projects or to become parts for others. A 1969 Dodge Superbee was almost completely enveloped by the tall weeds, where you could barely make it out at all.  Around the yard there was two mid-1970’s Road Runners.  We spotted one Ford: it was a Galaxie, and though it wasn’t rare or special it had an original Holman & Moody Competition Plus sticker on the driver side wing window.  A tiny little sticker likely saved this car from becoming razor blades.  Who knows what will happen to it now, but at least it isn’t getting crushed.

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