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Jerry’s Auto Salvage

Kentucky Home for Hard-to-Find Cars

Leroy Drittler - March 15, 2012 10:00 AM

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There are some good parts left on this red 1976 Gremlin, including the back glass. The engine is still under the hood

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The doors on the driver side and the trunk lid on this 1967 Chevelle 300 Deluxe are in fairly good condition.

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There are several ’57 Chevys in the yard in similar condition as this one.

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The engine has been removed from this ’69 GMC long wheelbase pickup. There are probably another 25 or so 1967-’72 GM pickups in the yard.

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A good-looking full-size ’63 Chevy car front clip minus the hood has been unbolted and is ready to be loaded.

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There are several first generation Mustangs scattered about in similar condition to this one.

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This 1982 Malibu still has its V-8 engine and body parts available.

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A 1981 Eagle Sport SX/4 Kammback coupe still has lots of parts to give up.

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The engine is gone from this 1972 Chevrolet Custom 10 Deluxe, but it has body and trim parts remaining, including a decent hood.

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A Triumph TR-7 is hidden in a row with Pontiac Fieros.

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A 1967 Falcon Futura still has a few parts remaining but is missing its engine.

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This Gremlin looks too good to part out, but it is in the yard with the other parts cars. It’s a 1976 model with an automatic transmission.

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A 1967 Chevelle El Camino is very rough, but may yield a few more parts.

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 A driver quality rear bumper looks to be the best thing remaining on a 1965 Chevrolet Impala two-door hardtop

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Six-cylinder engine parts remain on this 1965 Chevrolet Biscayne.

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There are a few parts left on this 1970 Malibu, including a trunk lid.

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This 1960 Studebaker Lark VIII sedan still has its engine and lots of body and interior parts available.

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This 1962 Chevy II 300 sedan is equipped with a six-cylinder engine, which cost $60 more than the four-cylinder when new.

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This 1972 Cheyenne 10 with automatic transmission and long bed is on the lot for sale only as a complete vehicle.

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A 1969 Chevrolet pickup with long bed sports a fresh coat of red paint and is for sale as a complete unit.

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Jerry Rodgers started buying cars for his auto salvage business in 1977. As his inventory increased, he also bought more land to accommodate the vehicles.

12 This Gremlin looks too good to part out, but it is in the yard with the other parts cars. It’s a 1976 model with an automatic transmission. 13 A 1967 Chevelle El Camino is very rough, but may yield a few more parts. 14 A driver quality rear bumper looks to be the best thing remaining on a 1965 Chevrolet Impala two-door hardtop. 15 Six-cylinder engine parts remain on this 1965 Chevrolet Biscayne. 16 There are a few parts left on this 1970 Malibu, including a trunk lid. 17 This 1960 Studebaker Lark VIII sedan still has its engine and lots of body and interior parts available. 18 This 1962 Chevy II 300 sedan is equipped with a six-cylinder engine, which cost $60 more than the four-cylinder when new. 19 This 1972 Cheyenne 10 with automatic transmission and long bed is on the lot for sale only as a complete vehicle. 20 A 1969 Chevrolet pickup with long bed sports a fresh coat of red paint and is for sale as a complete unit.

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