Video taped tours
of salvage yards for
practical parts search
Started in 1995,
Video Salvage™ has been preserving old forgotten
collectible vehicles on videotape.
Where ever people once discarded motor vehicles
there are bound to be some that escaped the crusher
and found their way to some
quiet resting place.
Video Salvage™ seeks out these places
and brings them to you,
the old car enthusiast.
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What do people think about Video Salvage™?
enjoyable - as if I was doing the looking myself."
Alan M. Valatie, NY
"I liked it so much, I
went over it three times since I got the tape." Charles
image is from Vic's Salvage Yard featured in the Pilot Video. The yard
contains several hundred collectible vehicles; some complete. The pilot
also features several other rarely visited salvage yards. The tape's length
is one hour VHS. The yards look the same today as they did in the late
60s. Many different vehicle makes are located at Vic's, including some
unusual models such as Kaiser, Hudson and Studebaker. All
Video Salvage TM tapes include free shipping and a printed guide with
contact information like name, address, phone number etc....
This Pontiac is located in
Russ Waldron's yard also on the Pilot Video. In the same row of vehicles
a number of cars from the 20s through 30s sit in their final resting places.
Have you been to a salvage
yard in the dry southwest? See Arizona clean rust free cars on TV
at home by purchasing a Video Salvage™ VHS tape. How about the warm
southeast? Go to a Georgia pine forest filled with cars from the
1930's, 40's and 50's. It couldn't be easier to travel to view these
salvage yards. Don't fill your gas tank, or drive for hours, just
sit down, relax, and watch the cars go by. Video Salvage™ has already
walked the rows of old vehicles for you. Each VHS tape has
a printed guide with addresses and phone numbers. As with all Video
Salvage™ tapes, first class U.S. shipping is already included. Canadian
orders include free shipping too.
The Introductory Sampler allows you to see how
Video Salvageª can help and entertain you. The video series
currently covers the states of Arizona, Colorado, Florida, Georgia,
North and South Carolina, Oklahoma, Texas, West Virginia, and Wisconsin.
More footage from Illinois, Iowa, Louisiana, Mississippi, Tennessee, Ohio,
New Mexico and Georgia is now also ready to ship.
The goal of the Video Salvage™ series is to bring
an inexpensive, entertaining and informative trip to the old car
fan. I am sure many of you enjoy wandering through old junkyards,
even if that next project is still unknown.
Tapes are available from:
Visited times since October 20, 1997.
Images Copyright 1996 J. Yelich