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Clunkers’ afterlife

Fluids are drained, parts stripped, frames crushed, and markets fueled

“This is like a second wave of stimulus to our economy,’’ said Bill Goodale of Millis Industries, which has picked up about 200 clunkers from local dealers. “This is like a second wave of stimulus to our economy,’’ said Bill Goodale of Millis Industries, which has picked up about 200 clunkers from local dealers. (Michele Mcdonald for The Boston Globe)
By David Abel
Globe Staff / September 4, 2009

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At the end is a place where odometers are frozen in perpetuity, rust corrodes tireless rims, spider webs bloom from blackened mufflers, and old engines are drained and filled with a solution known as liquid glass, their death knell. (Full article: 1069 words)

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