We have those here, too. Most of the ones we have here elevate the cars via one or more methods and they're on a concrete pad, or at least a well-gravelled surface for drainage.Your junkyards are NICE.
I only know one scrap handling facility that has a concrete pad - and it's the one with the shredder. And they're a one-way operation.
All our junkyards have the cars sitting on the ground, if not sunk into the mud, and they'll only flip a car up if ALL the glass is gone. It's almost useless.
No, these are some of the few good parts out of an XJ40.But won't those spontaneously burst into flames?
Junkyards are big business in Texas. There is such demand for used parts either as direct replacments, upgrades or just plain hotrodding purposes that the yards have huge turnover and make lots of money. In Texas, if you're not making money from a salvage yard you are doing it radically wrong.Wow, your junkyards in Dallas are pretty clean - the cars I see in my local pick-a-part are all rusty as hell and covered in dirt, and half of them have been smashed in or set on fire at some point in their lives.
Also, your junkyards have concrete pavement!
Nope - down here where there is no rust to kill them, they reach terminal mileage naturally. You still see them wandering around from time to time.Edit: a TE21 Corolla? Now you guys are just taking the piss.