AN AUCTION expert has unveiled a car graveyard where supercars are left to rot under the sweltering desert sun. The expert, Philipp, showed YouTuber Discover Saeed around the eerie abandoned wasteland in Dubai....CONTINUE READING THE FULL ARTICLE>>>

Hundreds of discarded Ferrari’s, Lamborghini’s and Maclarens litter the sandy Dubai landscape waiting to be sold or scrapped for good.

Many of the vehicles are in a sorry state but there’s one that – despite being damaged on the outside – remains in mint condition on the inside.

This vehicle – a swanky Porsche – has been covered in enough dust to bring a tear to a petrol-head’s eye. “It’s beautiful outside damaged but inside nothing,” says Saeed as he climbs inside.

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Also wasting away in the scrapyard is a bright yellow mustang in mint condition and a jaded yet striking orange Ferrari.

The sporty motor can be seen peaking out from two other decaying vehicles as if raring to go, And, two of Saeed’s most rare finds is the highly sought after Chevrolet Corvette Stingray with models costing up to £80,000 for a new model.

Saeed is also invited to take a look at the expert’s prized possession, his restored Lincoln Continental 1968 which he purchased from the auction.

“Wow, comfortable like you’re in a bed,” he jokes as he sits down on one of the car’s plush wine red seats.

Saeed stresses that a purchase like this was down to a combination of luck and expertise and that inexperienced auction goers should start small.

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Although the graveyard appears to be abandoned it’s actually Copart auction – the biggest car auction in the world. Saeed explained how most of the dealership cars come to the auction and get fixed but the buyer doesn’t know theirhistory or what happened to them before.

Copart holds five auctions per week and sells “salvage and used cars, trucks, motorcycles, construction equipment, boats, fleet vehicles and more.”

It comes as a historic southeastern site is home to thousands of rare classic cars that nature reclaimed. Unlike most junkyards, cars and their parts are not sold to visitors.

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Wayne Carini, host of Chasing Classic Cars and owner of vehicle restoration company F4 Motorsports, posted a recent video to his YouTube channel (@ waynecariniofficial ) of his visit to Old Car City – the world’s largest known collection ofclassic cars in Georgia.

The classic car graveyard is home to 4,000 rare cars from the 1930s and 1970s, ranging fromluxury classics to muscle cars that enthusiasts would fiend over the chance to rebuild.

Alongside his friend Ken Gross, a fellow car restoration expert and enthusiast perused the massive collection spread across seven miles of land.

As Carini noted in the video’s caption, the site wasn’t always the outdoor testament to the automotive evolution it is now..CONTINUE READING>>

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