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15-03-2012, 23:25   #1
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West Cork 4X4 Breakers

Anyone know if these guys let punters in to wander about the yard at all? Love looking about yards and spotting things I didn't even know I want, so wondering if it could be worth a spin down (I see from their Donedeal ads that they have some newer shape Pajero's for breaking).

If they're the type who only serve at the counter then I may as well ring them and spend the money on postage rather than diesel
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16-03-2012, 10:29   #2
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You can wander around all right.
He's a rough enough character all the same, treats his workers like dogs.
Go in dry weather.
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He's a rough enough character all the same, treats his workers like dogs.
Is he one of these delightful characters who is doing you an enormous favour by even considering to sell you one of his aparently gold-plated used parts?
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I dont know how Irish scrappies stay in business. It is usually cheaper to buy from a UK scrapper and pay the postage. Wandering around a scrapyard is good though.
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Is he one of these delightful characters who is doing you an enormous favour by even considering to sell you one of his aparently gold-plated used parts?
No, you can haggle him.
He has the most 90 and 120 series I have seen broken in Ireland.
Prices aren't bad TBH.
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