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Here’s Part 2 Of RebelDryver’s Tour Of This Massive Wrecking Yard Full Of Classics


Here’s Part 2 Of RebelDryver’s Tour Of This Massive Wrecking Yard Full Of Classics

This is Part 2 of the video that we posted a couple weeks ago from Scott, where he was cruising through Andersen’s wrecking yard looking at all the classic iron they have on site. There is sure to be something in here that you just can’t live without, but remember none of the cars are for sale complete. Parts only, so find something you need for your ride! If you missed the first video it is below part 2.

Scott Liggett, aka Rebeldryver, is a longtime BANGshifter from way way way back, and a guy that always has a line on some cool car or another. He’s a resident of the wonderful state of Nebraska and knows where every salvage or wrecking yard is, along with every dilapidated car lot that still has something of interest parked on it. Nobody I know spends more time wandering through wrecking yards, and that means he is always coming home with great parts. I can tell you first hand that I have a few boxes in my garage full of much needed parts that came from Scott’s hunting, and I love him for it. A few months ago he started posting up a few videos of some of his adventures and this week he’s visited Andersen’s Self Service Wrecking in Kearney Nebraska to show us some of the bitchin stuff they’ve got hiding in the lot.

Before you get all fired up to head out with the trailer, ready to buy some of these cool rides, know that NONE of them are for sale whole. These are available for parts only. ONLY PARTS, and while that is disappointing on the one hand, it is also kinda cool because the parts from these abandoned hulks can save dozens of cool projects each, and that is what matters.

This is part one of two from this trip, so check it out and let us know what you think. Also, give a LIKE to the video and subscribe to Scott’s channel if you want to see more of this. We sure do!


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