I looked on the internet for plans and of course being the frugal kind of gal that I am I tried to get those plans for free...bad idea. Everything I got for free was absolute junk!
Know what to do, what to look for, and where to go. It is always useful to research salvage or recycle venues before hand. Never go to the store and ask the store clerk if he/she recommends the junkyard - they will never, ever do that. The internet is an excellent place to start your research. Read widely, and from more than one source. Ask friends or associates in the trade exactly where to go and what questions to ask. When you present yourself at the recycling venue, this will make you seem like an informed buyer, and will reduce the chances of you doing a transaction that is not in your best interest - financially.
After collecting and storing all junk, you have to find a place to dispose it off. An ideal place to do so is landfill. Find out where they are located and read about their policies. There are some places which require special dumping permits. So make sure you are well-informed about special conditions and requirements pertaining to your area.
With listing all cars and restorer even junk yard car lenses have been restored to brand new. These same lenses used to be discarded and now have become new profit centers for salvage yards all over. The treatment is applied to the exterior of the headlight lens where the damage is worst and it doesn't take a mechanic to do it.
Along 20th Street, towards the salvage yard off the Bay, are a string of parked RV's. Although very close to the T-stop at 20th and 3rd Streets, it is not really visible from 3rd street, and almost no one ventures down here. On a very sunny day, I found one artist who was spray painting her project, and a neat row of parked RV's. I was not sure that anyone lived in them until I spotted a lot of plastic bottles and aluminum cans in the back of one RV. No one would leave such valuable belonging out without being nearby.
The story revolves around Superman who wants to get rid of the Nuclear Weapons in the world. Lex Luther who has gone into the nuclear weapons business is none to happy about this and creates Nuclear Man. This movie stars Christopher Reeves (Superman), Gene Hackman (Lex Luther), and Margot Kidder (Lois Lane) who may have been intoxicated because she was sure slurring her lines.