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1956 Chevy Convertible Rusting Away

1955 Chevy Convertible

"Pictured is a 1956 Chevy convertible near a Stockertown, PA walking trail. Unfortunately, there is not much left of this touquoise and white classic- no engine, no interior, and no front end."

From Anonymous


 

1977 SE Trans Am Saved by a Goat?

1977 SE Trans Am

1977 SE Trans Am

1977 SE Trans Am

1977 SE Trans Am

1977 SE Trans Am

1977 SE Trans Am

"Hey I just rescued a 1977 SE Trans Am from the fate of a damaged barn. The ice storms in Oklahoma damaged the barn. This car was rolled from the barn to a goat pen were it was protected by a rather large goat. Despite the pics the car is an excellent rebuild."

From Casey in Oklahoma


 

1970 Challenger R/T in Canada

1970 Challenger R/T

1970 Challenger R/T

1970 Challenger R/T

1970 Challenger R/T

1970 Challenger R/T

"This one has been sitting by my neck of the woods for as long as I can remember. It's a true '70 Challenger R/T, 383, 727, two fender tags. Blue on blue with white top. I met with the owners once and tried to buy the car. It's pretty rotted and almost folding in half. The owners wife told me that her husband plans on restoring it one day and it will be his retirement project. Dream on! Soon, there won't be much left. The car sits out on a lawn in plain view for any passing Mopar thieves. They have tried to take any and every part they can, from emblems to bumpers. The bumper bolts are too rusted to get off and luckily no one has tried to do any major stripping, yet. Doors are locked and hood is chained and pad locked down. Good thing."

From D. in Ontario


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SEND IN YOUR PICTURES AND TELL US THE STORIES OF THE CARS IN BARNS, DRIVEWAYS, FIELDS AND IN FRONT YARDS , THAT CAN'T BE BOUGHT AND ARE JUST ROTTING AWAY IN THE DIRT AND THE OWNERS ARE GONNA RESTORE THEM SOMEDAY. YEAH , RIGHT