That would have been The Wild West Classic Mustang Ranch in Woodinville Wa. I had the chance to visit there a few years ago, It was a Mustangers dream. They have since sold the property and moved. They
had a web site wildwestmustang.com but it does
not appear to be opperating now. Not sure of the
status of the buisness.
I know this doesn't help much, good luck: John
I have found a site on the internet www.amustangranch.com which claims to have 31 years experience in the northwest and is located in Eatonville, Washington. I will phone in the morning to see if they are the same business.
Sadly, the salvage yard was sold to accomodate a water/sewage treament plant about two years ago. The shells were crushed and left over parts were sold out to what is now B&M Classic Ford. I don't know what kind of used stuff they had but I think a lot of it is now new reproduction stuff. Here is their new contact info.
1965 K Code Coupe
1966 K Code GT Fastback www.6R09K.com
Don, Eatonville is not the same business,but they do still have a lot of hard to find parts though.
They know their parts and price them accordingly. As the others said, Wild West Mustang pretty much went down the toilet - not by their choice or wrong doing, just got the shaft and had nowhere suitable to move to. Not to get political, but another situation of King County forcing their crap on Snohomish County litterally........pun intended
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