These pictures were taken in May of 2010 in the Michigan woods. The junkyard is permanently closed and has posted no trespassing signs all over the place. I spoke to the person who owns the property and was given special permission to explore. This site covers 120 acres and is packed with cars from the 1930's on up. I only had an hour to look and it must be done on foot. Enjoy the pics, places like this just don't exist anymore. Truely a rare find. Thanks to my buddy Chris for the tip on this hot spot.
Cars that should be driven
They're all long gone. Pretty shame they didn't get the attention they
Name of the song is Bruce Springsteen & the E-street band - Racing in the
(I do not own any rights)
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 ;)
Abandoned Classic Cars Part 2
Hi, please check out my new youtube account The link is here
http://www.youtube.com/channel/UCSfHx2aVJH-6d6RachGF1fA there will be no
classic cars anymore. Sorry :(
Mad Max - Last V8 Interceptor Axle-hop Stop!
Met up with Justice, who runs Maxrockatansky.org and did a little bit of
filming near Lake Lewisville. Thought I'd throw in the axle-hop stop that
you see at the beginning of MM2: The Road Warrior. He doesn't throw it into
reverse, as many erroneously believe. It's this type of stop I demonstrate
FERRARI ENZO ABANDONED IN DUBAI
Si tratta di una scena decisamente fuori dal comune che, bisogna
ammetterlo, lascia un po' stupiti. Questa Ferrari Enzo, una di soli 400
esemplari prodotti, giace abbandonata e coperta di sabbia e polvere in un
deposito nel deserto di Dubai, dopo che le autorità locali l'avevano
sequestrata al proprietario in seguito ad un crack finanziario. La hypercar
dovrà essere battuta all'asta insieme ad altre auto, ma per il momento si
trova in questo stato in attesa del suo futuro destino. Non è certo il
tipo di fine che ci si aspetterebbe per una supercar tra le più esclusive
1928 Buick Country Club Coupe 1st Start in 50 Years
My Great Grandfather bought this car in 1929 from the Buick dealer in
Perryman, Md. with only a few hundred miles on it. He paid $900 for it, a
hefty sum considering most new cars at the time were under $400. He was the
last one to hear it run until today. By the way, I could not tell while
looking through the camera if the lights were on or off.