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The Mustang Graveyard

Posted December 10, 2008 12:02 AM by CarDomain

It's a little late for Halloween, but this is a truly scary sight - at least if you like Mustangs. All of these cars are headed to the crusher; however, if you are a brave and enterprising individual, there may be hope.

Over at Mustang Forums, a user named bkl89 writes that "Nobody knows of this place. Thousands of these classics will go to waste. . . . Many are rusted beyond repair. But there still many parts cars. It will take about two weeks of walking 5 hours a day to see all the cars here."

Fortunately, you can take a virtual tour instead.

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12/11/2008 4:28 PM

What a waste!

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12/11/2008 10:35 PM

I agree, what a waste and I'm not even a mustang fan.

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Re: The Mustang Graveyard

02/11/2009 12:24 PM

Where this mustangs car came from? Its somewhat odd.

Have a great <a href="http://www.mustangbrakeparts.com"> Mustang Parts </a> Day.

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