Historical scrap yards

Those are dying phenomena. The regulations of Europe and the steel hunger of China, which have meanwhile been satisfied, have been severely affected.

It has now also been proven that the soil contamination brought forward by fanatical leftists & green thinkers… In fact, does not exist.

The places where hundreds or thousands of cars enjoy their rest still exist. But the number has shrunk drastically.

In AMK number 5 there is a report about these open-air museums.

And take a good look around on vacation.
Because there are still many classics waiting for nature to completely overcome them.

Also in the Netherlands by the way.

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The October issue, containing:

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  • Frame construction in the Netherlands
  • Frisian Firebird lovers
  • Lancia Fulvia
  • Toyota Corona RT40
  • BMW R90S
  • Classic Days Duesseldorf
  • Duplicate type designations - Part XVIII
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Opel shows open classics during German old-timer ride