Monday, July 29, 2013

When You Can't Sell Your Old Trucks & Cars



just drop them in your field, next to the highway.......









19 comments:

  1. The old car grave yards. :(
    At least those old cars have a little character ... that is a great photo Inger .

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  2. i agree with Willow, great photo and I see a couple of those bob would want.

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  3. seems a common thing here, too.

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  4. Yeah, that is car death, Montana style, too.

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  5. They do have character even if I hate the thought of people just dumping things on the side of the road. Amazing photo.

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  6. I guess no one would care if you took replacement parts you need. I could use a '95 Dodge tail light lens, someone backed into mine.

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  7. Abandoned vehicles and houses look so sad.

    Love,
    Janie

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  8. These old jalopies would be all rusty before the years out. SO unsightly!!

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  9. I think I commented about the discarded vehicles on the last post - oops.

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  10. I'm surprised that people are allowed to dump old cars along the highway ...

    ... someday they'll be regarded as treasures I'm sure ...

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  11. Love love love this black and white Inger. B

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  12. A great shot, but a sad practice.

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  13. Love the tone of the photo. You'd think they would at least plant some flowers around them.

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  14. Deserts are perfect graveyards for old cars and trucks. Or at least, that is where people seem to leave them.

    Great photo.

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  15. Deserts are perfect graveyards for old cars and trucks. Or at least, that is where people seem to leave them.

    Great photo.

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  16. Amazing that they just dump them there all in the same place.Do you not have scrapyards where old cars can be used for spares?

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  17. I think that it not because they couldnt sell them, its because if you live 45 miles away from the nearest town/gas station, you may need parts for your next vehicle. Or if you are on a fixed income, it may be the only place you can get an engine part for your next vehicle. Engine parts are $$$$...we now wish we had an extra hay mower to pull parts off of! (but on a side note, we were able to sell the burnt baler for scrap!)

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Thanks for leaving a comment.. ~~ Inger

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