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    Junking an old 10 Wheeler

    We have a old Ford 10 wheeler 1973 LT 9000. It has an aluminum bed, but itís not operational. Can it be junked? If so, who should I call. Iím in San Jose, CA. Any help would be appreciated.

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    Have you called used truck part dealers? It can be a part donor or a base for a restoration project.
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