Old rusted cars, junkyard in the woods, Oregonia Ohio 2011

59 Impala, and some other unknown forgotten old rusted cars found in the woods, an abandoned junkyard near the Jeremiah Morrow bridge, Oregonia Ohio 2011. If you like old rusty cars and trucks, forgotten junkyards, and other neglected machines and vehicles, make sure you check out my channel for more automotive video, racing videos, car crashes, cars on fire, jumping cars into ponds, act: http://www.youtube.com/c/DragTheEarth

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