Abandoned Cars: A Sad, Sad Pictorial

Warning: The following page contains graphic photos of neglected, abandoned and generally mistreated rare and exotic sports cars. The majority are vintage, but there are a few later model years included too that have deteriorated at an extremely quick rate. All car enthusiasts should prepare themselves for feelings of grief, anguish, and confusion along with questions of disbelief for what is about to be witnessed, if one indeed does decide to proceed with this disturbing endeavor any further. The photos were all sourced from a three part series on http://motoresanu.blogspot.it with no further information provided other than the actual pictures themselves. We recognize a few as well known historic cars which have since been saved, while others languish in automotive purgatory, their whereabouts unbeknownst to anybody but the lone soul who snapped their picture and the misguided derelict who so callously left them behind for dead. If only we could be so omniscient as to know the exact location and story behind each and every one of them and feature their resurrection process here, our mission in this universe would finally be complete. Until then, at best all that we can do is hope that each has a rescue story with a happy ending. 116 photos, and no explanation of even one of them in sight. When you are ready, please proceed with extreme precaution by hitting the “Continue reading” tab below. You have been fore-warned…
We have included a few of the more notable cars below. You may find all 116 by clicking on each one individually in the right hand column.
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A moment of silence.
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2 Comments on Abandoned Cars: A Sad, Sad Pictorial

  1. pastorello aldo // June 4, 2016 at 5:37 am // Reply

    Voglio acquistare una delle auto abbandonate, cortesemente mi può dare delle risposte. GRAZIE ALDO PASTORELLO.

  2. I was ok till I saw the stratos disassembled and left to rot. They should be beaten, who ever would do that to such a glorious machine.

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