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post #1 of 5 Old 03-22-2014, 09:42 PM Thread Starter
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West Virginia Junkyard

does anyone know of a " You pull it" junkyard in the Charleston WV area? it could really be anywhere along interstate 79 as well.


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There are a few around, but I'm not sure if you pull the parts or they do. There is one on Chestnut Road in South Charleston, I think it's called Auto Parts Outlet maybe.

There is also Smitty's: http://wvsmittysautoparts.com/index.htm

Baldwin's is also up I-77, just google it and the address and contact info pops up. I haven't ever dealt with any of them but you could give them a call.

Another is Andy's in Milton. His website is http://www.andysrebuilders.com/find-us
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