The description of the video does not specify the exact location where the cars were found, but according to the emphasis, old traffic signs and license plates on some cars, they are located somewhere in the UK.
In the first half of the video, the channel leader leads through a forest that used to be a road. There are several traffic signs that point to the situation a few decades ago, but in the end we can see what we are talking about. The green Nissan Almera, which is almost in running order, welcomes the cameraman, but it is far from being the most interesting vehicle there, writes Jutarnji.hr.
Then we can see a few Porsche 911s ‘sitting in silence’, and there’s a blue Porsche 356 in very ‘sad’ condition. Most of these cars have a right-hand drive, which suggests that they are probably like new ones sold in the United Kingdom. Some have interiors while some have just a lot of rust instead.
Along with them, there are several Jaguars, Lotus, Bentleys, Aston Martin, Sunbeam-Talbot. There’s also something classy wearing the AC badge and the distinctively recognizable Wolseley II. You can even see a big sticker on the boot lid from the relatively recent vintage rally in the Netherlands – the Tulpen Rally in 2004. According to records, it was Renault Clio Williams who attended the event with the number 65. Unfortunately, he retired quite early.
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