We were at the annual Veteran's Day car show in Truth or Consequences (NM) today, and we passed by an auto salvage yard with some interesting old iron behind the fence. Being a Saturday, the place was closed and locked up, so I took photos through the fence. The back end of what looks like an '80s-era Chevy full-size wagon next to what looks like a very restorable '73 Olds Cutlass. Several wagons in this scene. A pair of Mopars here. On the right, a '74 Dodge (Monaco?). Next to it is a '69 Plymouth wagon. Here's '70 Pontiac Catalina wagon with another unidentified wagon behind it. Can anyone tell what that one is? Finally, there was this '74 Ford woody that has had some serious surgery done to it. It looks like the roof was cut off starting about half-way along the rear doors all the way to the rear end. Is someone trying to make a Ranchero out of it? There's another unidentified wagon behind this one as well. As far as the actual car show itself, there were the usual array of Tri-Five Chevy wagons. There was also this unusual 1972 Volvo P1800 es wagon. I've never seen one of these before. It was for sale, but no price was listed, and the owner wasn't around to ask.