1952 Hudson Saved from the Crusher!
Hi! Cold War Motors just bought this sweet old Hudson Pacemaker to stop it from being turned into more Camrys. Its not exactly mint, but I just love the patina on this original paint car. Maybe we'll try to get it roadworthy and just drive it the way it is. It'll need the interior redone, and the engine is gone, but its fairly solid and complete. I hope you like it!
Smokey's Junkyard Brittain PA
Lots of old cars in there, many Fords!
These pics belong to Keith Shannan, he posted the link to his photo album on the HAMB Forums. I hope you don't mind me using them!
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You won't believe it: now here's the one and only, legendary 22 CV 8 cylinder Traction Avant Berline!
As seen in Arras, France, July 2009.
Owner BdeB is about to drive this unique car back home again.
Route 66 Dust Bowl relics
On a vacation drive accross the U.S., I found lots of cool old cars sitting in fields. These I found abandoned off the old mother road, 66. Could they be old broken down, old dust bowl depression era cars? California or bust? that busted? Like the jalopy the Joed's drove in the movie "The Grapes of Rath"? Unbelieveable what is still out there... waiting to be found when you goof up and take a wrong turn off the beaten path in a small town along Route 66. I once got lost in Colorado and found a 57 Chevy convertible, and it was cheap so I bought it.
Classic Cars In River
This is in Bryson City, North Carolina. In the 1960s in order to prevent riverbank erosion stacks of crushed cars were placed in the riverbank.
Mysterious barn found with welded doors-what's inside?
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Story from thechive.com web page (see below)
A man named Manuel Menezes Moraistook these photos, but he was sworn to secrecy about the cars' location and the owner's name. What we do know is the mysterious owner of the cars was a Portuguese car dealer in the 70's and 80's and stashed away some rare and some not-so-rare cars he came across. When the barn was full, he padlocked and soldered the doors shut. To each their own, I guess. I have a fingernail collection dating back to 82 under my bed.