I think that many FBBO members have. It stands to reason....We need some stuff for a project and we buy a parts car that has what we need. It might be a 4 door that has an 8 3/4" axle and a good set of fenders or some car that has a good quarter panel on one side and is smashed on the other. Long before AMD, many cars that could be restored today got parted out and cut up to build better cars. I've cut up a few over the years. Most have been undesirable cars with good parts that fit other cars. Some were too wrecked or rusty to restore. My latest is a 2004 Toyota Camry. A little background on THIS car..... Originally it belonged to the man my Mother was married to up to her passing. He was an annoying, passive aggressive type that made my Mom's last years miserable with his bullshit. When he went into a group home, my Sister got the car. She lost the title and let the registration lapse. She asked me to take the car since she was moving. I obliged. It had some body damage and since it would cost several hundreds of dollars in fines and DMV fees, I decided to whack it up and sell it for scrap. Like most dancers at the strip club, it looks okay in low light at a distance. It had damage at every panel though. Cracked windshield. Torn bumper covers. Bad tires. Worn struts. Many years ago, the old man ran a stop sign and got tagged at the right rear... On July 3rd, a few relatives and I took a sledge hammer to the car. That is fun. For a couple of weeks, I had the car on Craigslist thinking that someone might want it for parts but nobody responded. Then, it was chop chop time. It is amazing how easy a car is to cut apart. I don't like fire so I use a Sawzall for most of it.