Another abandonment and a new portion of rare cars. It is strange, but it is in old, unnecessary buildings that truly unique cars are found, of which there are only a few in the world, and some have even survived in one copy. It was such a collection that was discovered in a dilapidated school in the state of New York, USA.
This educational institution was built in 1913, and in the 80s of the last century it was closed. After that, a car workshop was opened in the building, which specialized in tuning vehicles and creating incredible hot rods. Unfortunately, the institution did not last long, as its owner was seriously injured and had to move to another city for permanent residence.
At the same time, the workshop was not sold, but simply closed, leaving all the equipment and cars there. In total, about a dozen cars were left to die. These include a fun 2006 Chrysler PT Cruiser convertible, a 1999 Ford Mustang, a 1960 Cadillac Deville, a 1948 Mercury, a Chevrolet 210, and a 1930s Ford Model A hot rod. All cars are in a depressing state. They are covered with a thick layer of dust, under which huge foci of corrosion are visible.
Of course, if desired, absolutely all cars can be restored, but this will have to spend a significant amount of money and a lot of time. Perhaps these unique pieces will amaze some collector who will give them a second life.