Here’s a recently-arrived convertible at Cookstown.
It got hit in the front.
Interior is very nice. Driver’s seat is untorn. Doesn’t smell. Hurry, junkyard car interiors get ruined quickly, from weather, from people leaving doors open, from greasy parts being thrown inside.
Another new arrival is a 9-5 sedan. It’s been picked over some already. The DIC is gone, for example. Bring your waders to work on this car.
Both of the above cars are in the “recently arrived, to be sorted out” area in the south end of the you-pull yard.
In the north end, where everything is (kind of) sorted, there are a couple of Saabs left over. Another 9-5 sedan, well picked over:
And a hopelessly trashed 1997 900S with the 2.3 and auto. You don’t want to even stick your head inside, believe me. What some people do to their cars….
Behind the fence, not accessible to do-it-yourselfers, are some other Saabs. A lot of them don’t necessarily belong to Cookstown (yet), someone just ran out of other space. I guess a lot of cars got smashed up this winter. So these may come out. They say that they will put out cars up to about 2007 in the you-pull yard, but I have yet to see a single 2003+ 9-3 accessible for parts. I got a couple of pictures; there were other Saabs barely visible and I didn’t try to photograph them.
I also came across a Ford Fusion with a five-speed, and a Volvo S60 with a five-speed as well. The Fusion’s shifter is solid like some industrial machinery. The Volvo’s is kind of Saabish.
Finally, do not do this to your nice survivor 1979 Honda Accord. Don’t put dumb wheels on it, and don’t smash it into a post. I guess that applies to most cars.