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Back in the late ‘80’s, my ignition cylinder failed in my ‘76 Gran Torino.  At that time, I just pulled another column out of one in a scrapyard and used that key.... lol.  A number of years later it all went back to a salvage yard.  Wish I had that car now!!!!
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I wish some of those salvage yards were still around, or probably more accurately, that they still had these old cars and parts. I'd love to see an old Ford junkyard.
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