Do you see anything salvageable here?

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Yesterday we posted some pictures of some pretty cool barn finds on the blog. Since then, we've had several people add their own photos of abandoned cars that they've seen. Here are some of the best ones:

abandoned classic cars

abandoned classic cars

abandoned classic truck

old classic cars

abandoned cars

abandoned ford

Do you see anything rare in these pictures? Is there anything worth restoring?

40 Comments

  • Reply November 22, 2013

    Nathan

    Im in love with that black 39 Chevy Deluxe, I would so love to rescue her

  • Reply November 22, 2013

    Nathan

    I saw a ’39 Deluxe in there
    The Ford truck in the very end is the most complete, new engine, maybe a tranny and brakes, and youre done, Id choose that one it would be so cool to have

  • Reply November 8, 2013

    Nikki

    If anyone is interested in a 1954 ford (customline) please look at craigslist inland empire C.A. its for those who want to do renovations.

  • Reply July 26, 2013

    BMW5377

    What a shame, such great cars

  • Reply January 14, 2013

    Terry Mangham

    What state is that in????

  • Reply January 7, 2013

    David P. Turnbole

    You can contact Gordon Doibbins of Gordon Auto Salvage at 315-323-4525. He’s getting out of the business so if you want any of them you’d best be quick about it. Adams NY. He has a couple of them

  • Reply January 7, 2013

    David P. Turnbole

    You can contact Gordon Doibbins of Gordon Auto Salvage at 315-323-4525. He’s getting out of the business so if you want any of them you’d best be quick about it. Adams NY.

  • Reply January 7, 2013

    David P. Turnbole

    You can contact Gordon Doibbins of Gordon Auto Salvage at 315-323-4525. He’s getting out of the business so if you want any of them you’d best be quick about it. Adams NY.

  • Reply January 7, 2013

    David P. Turnbole

    Or Dart actually

  • Reply January 7, 2013

    David P. Turnbole

    That’s an old Valiant

  • Reply January 7, 2013

    David P. Turnbole

    You can contact Gordon Doibbins of Gordon Auto Salvage at 315-323-4525. He’s getting out of the business so if you want any of them you’d best be quick about it

  • Reply January 7, 2013

    David P. Turnbole

    You can contact Gordon Doibbins of Gordon Auto Salvage at 315-323-4525. He’s getting out of the business so if you want any of them you’d best be quick about it

  • Reply December 23, 2012

    A Filmionosphere Art

    I know where some relics are , not sure of the years , but like what we see here…send me your email and I will get back to you…I need to go take some pics

  • Reply December 22, 2012

    Joe Burt

    I would take the red ford and many more. car SHOULD NOT be treated like this.

  • Reply December 22, 2012

    Chris Tidd

    There’s a 2door chevy that would look good during my political tour

  • Reply December 22, 2012

    Chris Tidd

    There are several i would love to restore

  • Reply December 22, 2012

    Bruce Koukalaka Clarke

    I’d take any and all of them! The COE would be a dream to work with.

  • Reply December 22, 2012

    Crucial Customs

    I like how in picture 5 the tree was growing to the shape of the headlight.

  • Reply December 22, 2012

    Toby Vandergriff

    I want them all so many projects so little time

  • Reply December 22, 2012

    Jose Sierra

    I also like the 1966 Dodge Dart!!

  • Reply December 22, 2012

    Jose Sierra

    I did not see a red impala, I saw a red Corvair!!

  • Reply December 22, 2012

    Rick Hauge

    any Ford will do.

  • Reply December 22, 2012

    Jacob Wolf

    the red impala behind the single cab.

  • Reply December 22, 2012

    Terry Strait

    so many classics and so little time they should all be restored.

  • Reply December 22, 2012

    David Reeves

    All of them espicailly the red Corvair on the left of picture 2.

  • Reply December 21, 2012

    Chris Anderson

    All take the Plymouth club coupe and the 58-59 dodge

  • Reply December 21, 2012

    Kalli Fullerton Doubleday

    no question there are still parts here people are looking for. All it takes to connect the buyer and seller is uploading pictures and creating a parting out listing on PartingOut.com – hope that happens and we see some of these become rebuilds or donors to rebuild others!

  • Reply December 21, 2012

    Wendell Roberts

    Where are these cars and trucks? I saw a 1940 Chevy two door sedan I want!

  • Reply December 21, 2012

    Syd LeHeup

    There are lots of good finds there.

  • Reply December 21, 2012

    Ralph Parker

    WOULD LUV TO HAVE ONE!

  • Reply December 21, 2012

    Jose Font

    Those tree hugging hipocrites don’t know the true meaning of recycling, a can here, a glass bottle there, huh! Restore an old car, now that has true meaning and worth by preserving history! (even if it’s hot Rodded) I would gladly adopt any of these old forgotten relics, it would be my priveledge!

  • Reply December 21, 2012

    Jerry Hubble

    I want the old Mopar in the second picture with its back side showing.

  • Reply December 21, 2012

    Micheal Hudson

    every one needs rescued.

  • Reply December 21, 2012

    Terry Mangham

    Ill take the ’36 Ford truck and almost anything else,,,, just let me know where to come pick them up,,,,,, they are all GOLD.

  • Reply December 21, 2012

    Jose Font

    I see so many that could keep me out of trouble and occupied for many years! I especialy like the big Chevy Cab-Over-Engine truck- that’s all me! I wish the photographers would have included their where-a-bouts so we could locate the owners and deal with them directly.

  • Reply December 21, 2012

    Greg McGhee

    I want them all!

  • Reply December 21, 2012

    Joe Casey

    I see many good project’s.

  • Reply December 21, 2012

    Chester Free-man Sproles

    ill take the one in the top pick at the very bottom I think its an impala.

  • Reply December 21, 2012

    Lionel Smith

    the one right above the red ford, that’s all me.

  • Reply December 21, 2012

    Ron Wakefield

    Most of them should be rescued! Pick one and drop it off at my house!

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