Studebaker US 6 1943 for Restoration in Russia www LOMAKOVKA RU
Studebaker US-6 1943 WW2 from Lomakov`s classic cars and motorcycles
museum - www.LOMAKOVKA.RU 1 day restoration. Moscow. Russia. 13.10.2010.
Студебекер ЮС-6 1943. Первый день
реставрации в Ломаковском музее
старинных автомобилей и мотоциклов.
Москва. Россия. 13.10.2010
Abandoned cars in forgotten junkyard
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.
Lost trucks in Barn
30's V8 Ford Pickup and a 30's Dodge Humpback Delivery. In a falling down
barn and in need of a rescue! http://nosleepatall.com/?p=221
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)
356 Barn Finds Somewhere in Switzerland
The magazine "Devoted to Stick Shift and Rear-Wheel Drive". Please feel
free to visit us and our blog slicing up automotive irreverence at
Abandoned relic runs again
Truck comes to life again after sitting abandoned for decades in the heart
of the Alaskan wilderness. The engine is the rugged Hercules JXD. The truck
was later driven 75 miles back to civilization.
Studebaker US6 застывшими во времени
Это 1945 Studebaker US6 был оставлен в пустыне
Аляски на протяжении двух десятилетий.
Это видео, лето 2009 Studebaker US6 возвращается
к жизни и отвезли обратно в цивилизацию
расстоянии 75 миль.
Studebaker US6 получит некоторые
восстановления. В настоящее время семь
Studebaker US6 грузовики все бегут и дисков.
Alaska , God's Country. There are a lot of really good beer drinking
stories about lost relics or abandoned treasures in the massive Alaskan
wilderness. There are stories of lost gold mines and eccentric miners who
vanished or died after burying a cache of gold in the late 1800s or early
1900s that's just waiting for some lucky soul to stumble over. There are
dozens stories of wrecked WWII aircraft and one particularly of a crash
landed and mostly intact Bell P-39 Air Cobra that is said to have belly
landed in eight feet of powdered snow somewhere up around Eureka Summit
during the war.
The locals however are pretty tight lipped concerning these stories and
dont give up their secrets very often , especially to city slickers. Most
of these tales are just that, good stories, and are probably based on a
grain of truth and nothing more but they make good stories and theyre OUR
stories. Myself, Ive always enjoyed hearing the tales and like most folks
find my voice raising with each question that I ask in relation to the
particular subjects where abouts, knowing full well that the guy telling me
the story knows as little as I do. Yet having always been a WWII truck and
aircraft enthusiast its easy to get wound up with each telling of a certain
story. Ad to it the mystique of the Alaskan wilderness and a possible
abandoned gold mine somewhere in the telling and well, its a story worth
repeating and maybe even adding one or two of my own personal details to it
for good measure.
One story that has been around for decades is that of a big game hunting
guide that had a place north of Eureka. The story goes that he had a
Studebaker US6 from WWII that he used to haul supplies from an air field
that is 75 miles out of Eureka. According to the story, the old gentleman
had eventually died and the Studebaker had sat abandoned at the remote
airstrip ever since. The truck's engine had, had water instead of
anti-freeze in it and therefor supposedly froze up with ice and broke the
cylinder head. The truck , it is said, is all there and intact.
To claim this relic would be simple, all a person would have to do is find
a cylinder head for a 1940s Hercules JXD , fly up to the air field that is
75 miles from no where , install the cylinder head and then get a truck
running that has sat deteriorating for 20 years in the Alaskan wilderness ,
have someone fly you gas and beer and then drive a 1945 Studebaker 75 miles
back to civilization. Oh and did I mention that there are no roads and
plenty of grizzly bears too? That really would make a good story. Well
thats just exactly what Robert did. The story of the old truck is true and
I loaned him a Hercules JXD cylinder head in August of 2009. Ray has an
airplane and flew 'Close Air Support' hauling fuel , beer and moral support
from all of us here at home. I think the videos explain the rest.
Oh and if you ask why did they do this? If I have to explain , you wouldnt
Abandoned in Japan: An American Muscle-car graveyard
Car-spotting in Japan: http://wasabicars.com
Wasabicars T-shirts: http://wasabicars.spreadshirt.com/
The "original" video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6djXs8XAGxk
Some related videos:
The Split-Bumper, 1970 Chevrolet Camaro Z28:
The Pontiac Firebird Trans Am: http://youtu.be/Cv-HXiV4vLE
Car Cemetery Kaufdorf
Update: 100'000+ views!! Thank you guys!
Impressive impressions from a visit to the car cemetery in Kaufdorf,
Song: Andain - You Once Told Me
Update: The cemetery is closed, most of the cars have been auctioned and
sold. So this place is history now...