Save This Plymouth Belvedere!
I don´t try to advertise or something, but I couldn´t bear to see this
car go to waste.
Abandoned Junkyard near Buffalo, NY.
The owner died several years ago. He was a grumpy old hermit that was hard
to deal with. Video includes a peek of the shack and adjacent motor home he
lived in.......5 star living @ it's finest...........lol.
Most of the repair tools & equip. are still on site, it's amazing the place
hasn't been ransacked by now.
As in the old Jackson Brown Tune lyrics,
"and the junkman pounds his fenders" -- No Longer
A trip to my favorite privatly owned junk yard.
I went with a friend of mine to this junk yard. Took tha camora along.
While he looked for some parts I decided to look around. Almost evertthing
hear is for sale. some stuff though is part of his own private collection.
If you see something oyu like or need comments are welcome. He collected
this stuff for many years. More vids are coing to come of this place as i
find time to make them.
Desert Valley Auto Parts
I got some new pics of a junkyard in Utah and one in Arizona.
So enjoy this video. Don´t forget to rate, comment and subscribe ;)
I do not own the song or the pics
Enjoy this slideshow of a junkyard auction!
There were many more cars and miscellaneous stuff for sale but I don´t
have the time to make a 1 h video with 1500 cars and items ;)
Enjoy this slideshow of old rusty cars. I don´t own the pics or the music.
The song is Blue Oyster Cult - Don´t Fear The Reaper.
Thanks to Marissa for letting me use the pics of the junkyard in Abilene,
You rock! :D
1970 Dodge SuperBee GSS
To Hell and Back. Restoration took 6 months and 10 days
This is a picture and video presentation of a detailed restoration
of a 1970 Superbee GSS that went from the junkyard to the World Of Wheels
in Calgary AB Canada, and is the first ever restored vehicle to win the Jim
Award, The show's highest honour.
Restored by 19 year old Josh Levair and his father Terry Levair of
Investment Vehicle Restorations
Rare Bugatti Pulled From Lake After 73 Years.
Raw: A rare Bugatti that lay at the bottom of a lake for 73 years is set to
fetch over 80,000 pounds at auction-the price of a brand new luxury motor.
The legendary car was dumped in the water in 1936 by a frustrated Swiss
official because the owner had abandoned it without paying the import tax.
The value of the car was less than the money owed and the customs officer
was compelled to destr More..oy it.
Thus, he drove it over the Italian border to nearby Lake Maggiore - and
pushed it into the deep waters.
The story became part of folklore in the nearby town of Ascona as locals
debated whether the car actually existed.
After 30 years, the truth emerged after a keen diver rediscovered the
Bugatti lying on its side 160 feet down at the bottom of the lake.
Since then, members of the local diving club regularly visited it and last
year decided to raise it and sell it for a local charity.
Surprisingly, there was still air in the tyres and traces of the original
Bugatti blue paint on the bodywork.
It is believed that 20 per cent of the vehicle is salvageable and
collectors and museums are likely to be keen to buy it.
"We've offered a few things in our time in the motoring department, but
nothing like this," the Sun quoted James Knight, of auctioneers Bonhams, as
"Sometimes we get cars that have been hidden in barns for years, but never
have we had one that's spent 70 years at the bottom of a lake," he added.
The proceeds from the car's sell will be donated to the Damiano Tamagni
The Type 22 Bugatti, built in 1925, had four cylinders, a 1.5 litre engine
and reach almost 100mph.
It was a touring two-seater with no roof and was very lightweight.
The sale is on January 23 at the Bonhams Retromobile sale in France.