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Anybody have any experience with Pick a part in Milpitas


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i've been to pick-n-pull newark, n san jose and s san jose. no 2002 in any of them two 1600s in newark. lots of 320. not many e30 cars.

the place in milpitas (pull-yer-part) has no 2002's and charges and extra $2 if you want to see any cars in the 1988 and newer section of the yard. lame.

also the turnover in these yards seems pretty brisk. cars aren't older than 6 months at most before they get crushed (my hypothesis based on the dates written on the cars). co-worker of mine from So. Cal. says that the yards down there keep the cars longer so there is better selection of older stuff. Might be true in the central valley too. YMMV.

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