Inside ‘millionaire’s’ abandoned car graveyard featuring rare models – and it’s up for sale for a shocking price

AN incredible abandoned car graveyard has been revealed on YouTube.

In a video uploaded on The Daily Dad channel, the host takes viewers around the staggering collection which is all for sale.

This incredible car graveyard was reveal on YouTube


This incredible car graveyard was reveal on YouTube

The host starts the video saying: “Hey guys, I found a massive vintage antique car collection.

“And the woman is selling everything, for $1million.”

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At the site, the host shows viewers the massive piece of land where all the cars lie abandoned.

At the start he sees some old station wagons and a classic tractor.

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As the video goes on they find various old Ford and Chevrolet trucks, which they explore further.

Some of the trucks still have their engines, but lots of work is need to get them going again.

You also get a peek inside some of the motors – but there’s plenty to work to be done inside these decaying classics too.

The host thinks asking $1million for the entire lot is probably asking a bit much.

Find a buyer would be hard and dragging all of the old motors out would take weeks.

However, if you were willing to put the work in, there’s potentially a lot of money to be made from restoring them.

The host also points out that even if whole cars or trucks are too far gone, some of the parts on them can be used again.

People were amazed at what they were seeing down in the comments section.

One said: “It’s worth the $1million, there’s three times that in parts.’

Another said: “That 1957 Ford, at 1:12, was very cool.”

The host of The Daily Dad takes viewers on a journey through the huge collection


The host of The Daily Dad takes viewers on a journey through the huge collection


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