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Rust in peace: Renault 14 TL

The Renault 14 TL pictured below is ending its life in a large parking garage located in southern France. Actually, a more accurate way to put it is that the 14 shown below has more or less spent its entire life in the parking garage. 261 more words

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Rust in peace: Maxda RX-7

First-gen Mazda RX-7s are inexplicably common in self-service junkyards. In fact, we probably see more of them in junkyards than we do driving around on a daily basis. 125 more words

1980s

Rust in peace: Jaguar XJ-S

The Jaguar XJ-S is a car that we’re always a little surprised to find in a self-service junkyard. In 1989, a brand new XJ-S coupe cost $47,000 and a XJ-S convertible retailed for a whopping $56,000, making it the most expensive Jaguar sold in the United States at the time. 163 more words

1980s

Rust in peace: BMW 635CSi (E24)

There is certainly no shortage of classic BMW sedans in self-service junkyards. E30s, E34s, E28s and even E21s are a common sight. Most of them have been gradually drive into the ground by a number of owners and they show up at the junkyard gates in absolutely terrible shape. 159 more words

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Rust in peace: Jeep Grand Wagoneer

We photographed the Jeep Grand Wagoneer pictured below in northern Utah last November. Although at first glance it appeared to be in relatively good shape, a closer look revealed that the truck hadn’t been registered in about two years and that it hadn’t moved in quite a while. 145 more words

1980s

Quinault Waterfalls

The Quinault Rain Forest is located in the Southwest portion of the Olympic National Park and is home to Lake Quinault. I had the pleasure of staying at the historic… 357 more words

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Top of the Pops: Rust in Peace

by Andrew Doscas

Out of the Big Four of thrash metal, Megadeth has always been the most political and overt in their intentions.  So long as Dave Mustaine is alive, Megadeth will continue to exist in some capacity, and although 1990s… 777 more words

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