While the junkyard floor may serve as great inspiration for engine swaps, or trigger a fresh want for a car or truck which had up to that moment been long since forgotten, it is not a source for fresh or even remotely safe cuisine. No matter how hungry you are while out mining greasy gold inside the junkyard, never eat any food found on the premises or in the vehicles. Even though the unopened Slim Jim that has been in the glovebox of that 1976 Oldsmobile Starfire since 1981 may actually be safe to eat, this bargain-store burrito above was clearly not. The health risk in this case clearly outweighs any potential nutritional benefits. The good news is Al Pastor or Carne Asada tacos from the taco truck in the parking lot in outside the junkyard are a far more delicious, fresh, and safer choice. Tacos from the Pick Your Part parking lot in Sun Valley, California shown below.