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Cheap space, rich variety

Amid scrap metal central, a bustling 'Bermuda Triangle'

By Sam Allis
Globe Columnist / March 2, 2008

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There's nothing like a good junkyard to make your day. Mountains of dead cars, their entrails piled high above sagging corrugated walls. Grilles and hoods of Chevys and Cadillacs 20 feet off the ground. Windshields, wheels, and things I've never laid eyes on before. The grime and the grease. It's just grand. (Full article: 876 words)

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