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   monster  Tuesday May 26 01:15 AM

May 26th, 2020: Old Car gets a New Trunk

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German Photographer Dieter Klein has a passion for abandoned cars and travels across the US and Europe to photograph them.

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Carruthers  Tuesday May 26 01:35 PM

Not quite the same thing admittedly, but at the farm where I kept my old horse there was a garage with a Morris Minor in situ.

The snag was that no-one had set eyes on it for decades as a substantial tree had grown up right in front of the door.

As far as I am aware they are both still there.



Griff  Tuesday May 26 02:54 PM

Youtube is full of crazy barn finds.



Gravdigr  Tuesday May 26 05:20 PM

I like watching the 'Tubers that find an old vehicle in the field/barn, and make the thing run, and sometimes drive it outta the field, all with minimal parts replacement.

One thing a lot of those guys have in common is when they pull the dipstick to see what the oil looks like, they all (ok, almost all) lick the dipstick. I guess oil that has broken down beyond lubricating ability tastes different from usable oil?

Here's a pic of a tractor:

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It doesn't quite please the eye like the OP (which is a nice pic, btw), but it's all I got in the way of grown over vehicles.



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