Some might just call us weird but there’s a certain feeling that we get when exposed to a large junk yard as we get overwhelmed with all of the potential laying behind those gates. With all sorts of different cars, engines, and other parts that might be able to be reused or recycled into different vehicles, the potential is endless and seeing what has been left behind to be scavenged is a pretty exciting ordeal for lots of people who are deeply intertwined in this craft of automotive building. It’s kind of like a treasure hunt because you never know what kind of gem you’ll come across.
If you’re one of those people who can say that a junkyard is an exciting place to you, well, somewhere like Old Car City, USA, might be a place that you should add to your bucket list.
Located in White, Georgia, the massive property promises some of the most astounding views that any gearhead could ever want or need, especially if you like a little bit more focus on older vehicles. Instead of a junkyard like we’re used to that has the main idea of selling parts and even potentially entire vehicles to people who are looking to take secondhand pieces, this area acts a little bit more like a museum.
If you follow along with the video below, you’ll get just a small taste of what’s to offer with over 34 acres of land that promises north of 4000 classic vehicles and 6 miles of trails to explore. As you walk along the trails, you’ll see a little bit of everything classic and we would really recommend keeping your eyes peeled because some of these vehicles are really must-see. It’s kind of unfortunate that some of them are simply rotting into the ground but many look like they’re simply too far gone to be salvageable anyway. For now, just take the time to appreciate them because this collection is certainly amazing!
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