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Unread 03-17-2008, 07:28 AM   #1
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Central Arkansas Jeep Bone Yard

It's not so much a salvage yard as it is a guy that has been into jeeps for so long he has bought a ton of salvaged jeeps and is starting to sell off parts he doesn't need.

His ad has been in the Dem Gazette for a couple of weeks "Jeep parts, $10 & up."

He is in Greenbrier, Ar. I asked and he said he would consider shipping smaller parts but nothing big. This isn't his business, it's just something he's doing. Super nice guy.

He had a ton of CJ's...5 and 7, just a couple wranglers, he had some J-10's as well as Wagoneers and I think Comanche's. He had one Scrambler but he's wanting to restore it, so nothing goes from it. He had axles laying around all over the place, original eight spoke wheels, hoods, dash panels, roll bars, engines, just a ton of stuff in addition to the jeep carcases laying around with other parts in them.

He said it would be ok for me to post his information on here when I asked if I could share it with my jeep comrades on the internet.

His name is Don McIntosh, again he's in Greenbrier, Ar. His phone number is 501-772-0636. Just call and see if he has what you need. I got my spare tire carrier for $125.

Brian Campbell

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Unread 05-08-2008, 10:09 PM   #2
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thanks for the post ill be home next month and i will def. be making a trip out there...trying to find some parts that will be tough to get so this will help me out alot! thanks again
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Unread 05-08-2008, 10:34 PM   #3
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