Supernaut offered some parts to help finish off my Berlingo TD so I headed Aberdeen bound, on a whim I decided to visit my favourite scrapyard, Sharpewood Spares near Huntly. It's great, the guy's a bit of a hoarder but friendly and not greedy (I don't think I've ever spent more than a tenner there), I didn't buy much but spent hours finding paths through the piles of cars, a lot of which you would never see at the typical high turnover scrapyards.
Rusty Panda 4x4.
Ex-British Airways Mk3 Fiesta van
Overview of a small part of the yard
Spotted some Talento.
They've rebadged it you fool.
Some impressive patina on the cars at the back of the yard, moss, lichen and weeds growing out of them.
Not in the Prima of its life
One of two Mk1 MR2s
I wonder how the original owner of this Corsa B funded their purchase.
Racism dispenser (into the scrapyard overspill now)
A series Maestro with an excellent sunroof repair, a sheet of metal and self tappers.
A spot on the way home from Aberdeen, the roughest Hilux I've seen on the road, it must be registered as an agricultural vehicle
Large American cars dwarf small Moray town.
Good to meet Supernaut and thanks for the bits.