I went to buy a car in the middle of nowhere – I found an abandoned house with a graveyard full of rotting classics
A MAN who went to buy a car in the middle of nowhere found an abandoned house with a graveyard full of rotting classics.
The remote house looks as if it hasn’t been lived in for years and hides classics Fords and Chevrolets.
A video of the rotting motors was uploaded to YouTube by @AdventuresMadeFromScratch.
The video title reads: “Exploring abandoned vintage cars in the middle of nowhere!”
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While the description of the video reads: “No, I wasn’t trespassing. The original owner abandoned these cars on this property many years ago.
“Now, the current property owner allowed me to take a look around! Check this stuff out!”
The YouTube user discovered this graveyard full of rotting cars after he went there to buy a 1966 Chevrolet Impala SS.
He revealed that the property was located somewhere in a small village in northern Kansas, near the Nebraska border.
The Youtube user introduced the video by saying: “We are on an adventure in the middle of nowhere. There’s a bunch of old cars.”
The video starts in a courtyard and in the distance, you can make out a Chevrolet 6400 truck from the 1940s.
Next up, there’s a Plymouth Cranbrook from 1950 that has been forgotten and looks like it can’t be saved.
If you are into old Fords, there are various classic cars on the plot.
The YouTube user then comes across a mid-50s Ford Fairlane and several old F-series pickup trucks.
The host also approaches a couple of Chevrolet Novas, a third-generation El Camino and a long-wheelbase Cadillac.
The vehicles on the video are up for sale, but the prices are unknown.
People were amazed by the discovery in the comments below the video.
One said: “This is one of my favourite videos from you. The old town is a memory that at one time was the centre of someone’s world. Very nice.
“Love old cars but history is in life that was lived not things…those builds are still alive now because of you. Thank you.”
Another said: “These are my absolute favourite videos abandoned explorations. The drone footage is awesome!! Great job!!.”
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