Japanese rustoseums (part fifteen)

Japanese rustoseums (part fifteen)

Apparently not only the Japanese are tossing their cars into the trenches and leave them to rot: the Russians clearly are able to do just as great job as their Japanese neighbors:
Dumped Nissan Cedric Y31 in Russia
Dumped Nissan Cedric Y31 in Russia

And from behind:
Dumped Nissan Cedric Y31 in Russia
Dumped Nissan Cedric Y31 in Russia

A damn shame: I would have given that car a great home! 🙁


4 Replies to “Japanese rustoseums (part fifteen)”

  1. I bet it still can be saved!

    There should be an organization on each country that buys old cars and stores them in warehouses, that way “history” is preserved and there’s more chances someone will find a vintage car they’re interested in. It would also help to remove those abandoned cars occuping spaces on residential streets or random fields.

    Not possible, I know… 🙁

  2. I think such organizations exists and are called museums! 😛
    However it would be very hard to buy from a museum…
    But you are right: it can still be saved! 😉

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