Yes, I understand that is the case. But, a junkyard will at best give you $25-50 for something that is highly valued by a special niche of lunatics (read SAABnuts). Wouldn't it be more satisfying to see someone that has the skills take it off your hands to put it back together? Maybe such a nut in your corner of the world would pay you that amount ($25-50) or more, rather than some generic junkyard crushing it for what little salvage metal is in it (not much with a fiberglass body).
Please realize that I am just trying to convince you that somebody would give you a fair return and possibly save one of only 10,000 Sonetts built (approximate # between 1966-1974).
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- '73 Sonett, Rich Hatfield, Tue, 19 Sep 2000 20:39:33
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