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Salvage yard in freehold, ely harmony rd, nj


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Oct 21, 2006, 5:58 PM

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Salvage yard in freehold, ely harmony rd, nj Sign In

Hi. Anybody bought cars from this yard? It's located in ely harmony rd.I'm not sure if it's Freehold twp, it's in ocean county. We went there to look for classic cars,as we saw from the gates, they have HUGE inventoty, but nobody is allowed to take a look for the cars and we were soon guided away with no interest for us as a customers. Very strange!


Tom Greenleaf
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Oct 21, 2006, 9:27 PM

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Your call but for most people don't walk but RUN away and pay more for a better car, T



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Oct 22, 2006, 6:29 PM

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that is weird.... maybe check with the local police department. unless its a police impound yeard.


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Oct 22, 2006, 7:08 PM

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Actually there was change for business.Guy at the gate said: "Just say what kind of car you need" they bring it to the gate and you buy it or don't. After thinking for minute, guy asked us to leave. That's it. Nobody is allowed to the yard to browse cars, like in other junk yard we went. They must have over 100 cars there, but I didn't like how they talk to customers.
Well, it was late saturday afternoon and maybe they were closing.
I just wonder is there anybody who bought cars from there.
Its at intersection of RT 23 & Ely harmony rd.


Tom Greenleaf
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Oct 23, 2006, 3:45 AM

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 If someone gave up on a car there are two good reasons that come to mind: That is they couldn't pay for it which also means they probably didn't take care of it.

My opinion: The best used cars come from new car dealers. It will cost you more but they probably can't stand a bad reputation.

The best cars out of at least 100 came from new car dealers or friends OR customers of mine so I knew the history.

I have never oned a new car and only screwed up on one used one! T







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