At one time someone loved it...a rust bucket now
Carole M. Some would say its 'a blot on he landscape'.
Well, aint it funny what you find Frank.
Bob. It was nearly the right colour but the wrong species!
A good restoration project for you Frank. When you're not birding that is.
Cheers Phil, but how the hell would I find it now the vegetation is acting as a camouflage!
oh, that's great!
Theresa. I thought it might find favour with you.
It's in the process of being reclaimed by Mother Earth. It would be fun to know its history.
Lois. The owner said it was a good rumnner until it ran out of fuel.
The tyres look good though. :-)
Keith. Did you get a better look than me?
Hi Frank What stories it could tell but it has passed on now to rust. Margaret
I recognise the shape Frank, but can't remember the make.(:))
Poetry in motion. Cheers Roy.
Frank, all it needs is a quick rub over with some Tcut and a splash of WD40 and it'll be a good'un!I just wonder if there's a remote bird hide out there somewhere with a skeleton of a long lost birder sitting there looking through his binoculars!...still hoping for that mega rarity to come into view!!...[;o)
So Trevor if that's all it needs I could use it on Tuesday .... but perhaps not!Not sure about a mega but this location did play host to a good number of Short-eared Owls over winter.
Ohhhhhh Fantastic car.. haha!!!.. So rusted, soooooo!!!!..
HI Frank...I just love it : )Ya sometimes you come across the craziest things, and just wonder how in the heck did this end up hear!! GraceI like Keith comment !! ; )
Hi Grace. Knowing the area I guess the owner knew this was the cheapest way of disposing of the unwanted chariot.
Looks like it's been "put out to pasture" so to speak. Nice photos!
Great find, very cool!
Wouldn't be the local IQ0s idea of a BBQ by any chance ;)
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