THE question for a true Junkyard Warrior... : LUSENET : Junkyard Wars : One Thread

Okay, if you are truly into junk, then you can answer this question...The first right answer gets you the same prize winnings as JYW's gives out***lol***


Andy Griffith played a junk man who travelled to the moon in what short run series?

-- Dan Denney - Team Captain (, February 19, 2001



Web Warrior

-- Chuck Vomacka (, February 19, 2001.

Wow!...120 seconds!

A true Junk Warrior!

Please send a SASE to Winner, 123 Main St., Anytown USA. Your check for $0.00 will be mailed to your attention...allow 6-8 weeks for delivery...void where prohibited...

I was young, but thought it was a way cool show!

-- Dan (, February 19, 2001.

Yes, I remember the show, but could not remember the name. 30 Seconds with a good seach engine and you can answer just about any trivia question. Hence Web Warrior. ;-) The title of true Junkyard Warrior is still open.

-- Charles Vomacka (, February 19, 2001.


Check out this link:

-- Chuck Vomacka (, February 19, 2001.

That's really cool!

I'd love to see that salvage episode or any of them for that matter!!

-- Ben Schleimer (, February 20, 2001.

Speaking of weird shows, do you remember "My Mother The Car"??? Now that would certainly go somewhere in explaing why my hubby drags home all these old rusty relics....just like men's search for the perfect wife, maybe he's trying to recapture his mother!!

Carrie, wife of 1/3 of the "Franken-Friends"

-- carrie stamper (, February 21, 2001.

Remember my mother the car!? Thats a hard one to forget.(didn't last too long before it got canceled,did it?)

-- Matthew Kenney (, February 21, 2001.

"My Mother the Car" was a 1928 Porter. The show starred Ann Sothern and Jerry "The Man for One Season" Van Dyke. No, I did not look this up on the Internet. I'm just old.

I was about 10 when it aired, and it wasn't nearly as bad as most people remember. At least to 10 year olds.

-- Rick Tyler (, February 23, 2001.


-- Jimmy Ferrell (, October 27, 2001.

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