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Mystery Hoard of Buicks, Fords, and More!

Someone on social media with a Facebook account posted a collection of cars here on Facebook Marketplace but doesn’t list where they are or if they are even for sale. Some of them are tucked away safe and sound indoors, while others are outside slowly being reclaimed by Mother Nature. They represent all sorts of nameplates from the 1940s to the 1960s. This would be a great place to visit if for no other reason than to check out all the vintage wheels. Thanks for this post, Chuck Foster (55chevy).

From what we can see here, nothing runs or has the immediate prospect of running. If you were looking for parts to help bring another old car back to life, this might be the place to go. But we don’t know if it’s a junkyard with anything for sale or it’s someone who has just amassed an old collection of Ford, Buicks, and other domestic brands.

From what we can see, the inhabitants of this cadre of old cars include a 1950 Ford, 1953 Buick, 1956 Buick, 1956 (or 55) Ford Victoria, and a 1956 DeSoto. But this is a sampling of the low-hanging fruit. What do you see here that you’d like to know more about?


  1. Avatar photo Terry

    Why even post this if you don’t know anything about it ?

    Like 10
  2. Avatar photo ChingaTrailer

    Stuff like that, abandoned outside for years us usually too far gone to be good for anything. What a shame.

    Like 8
    • Avatar photo stillrunners

      Guess what’s inside like that post war slight custom coupe ?

      Like 1
  3. Avatar photo Steve Clinton

    I see a horde like this and wonder what the story is behind it.

    Like 5
    • Avatar photo stillrunners

      Most likely a guy that just tried to save some and in his later life wasn’t able to do so much until he passed. Now someone is taking pictures and fishing them out there, Sad but some guys are always just hunting a piece of missing chrome.

      Like 1
  4. Avatar photo Roseland Pete

    So sad to see cars sitting outside like that but it would be interesting to see the original post.

    Like 3
  5. Avatar photo Sam Shive

    So someone is selling a Junk Yard?

    Like 3
  6. Avatar photo James Martin

    100000 dollars for what? Selling land and garage too? People need to quit whatching reality car shows.

    Like 5
    • Avatar photo Solosolo Member

      Exactly, there isn’t much about them that can be classed as “reality” anyway. When they start haggling about buying and selling prices I mute the conversation as we all know it’s a lot of BS.

      Like 3
    • Avatar photo PRA4SNW

      Where is 100K (or any price at all) mentioned?
      I see nothing but picture in the FB posting.

      Like 1
  7. Avatar photo Steve RM

    There are a lot of cars here, and quite a few pictures of some, but the most interesting one (the 30s coupe) is barely visible in the back ground. Of course there’s no information at all so who knows the purpose of this.

    Like 1
  8. Avatar photo Chuck Foster

    It was showing a location of Linden Virginia, when you went to the ad all it showed were the pictures, weird. Who’s from Linden VA?

    Like 1
  9. Avatar photo Frank D Member

    Welcome to Mouseland!

    Like 2
  10. Avatar photo Tracy

    FB clickbait

    Like 4
  11. Avatar photo chrlsful

    chrlsful@aol.comvehicles R listed’n pulled off quickly…testing the market, simple exposure.
    Y nota yard?

    Like 2
  12. Avatar photo 370zpp Member

    Nice collection of broken windshields.

    Like 3
  13. Avatar photo Gerard Frederick

    Pure junk. Nothing to see here.

    Like 3
  14. Avatar photo t-bone BOB

    Located in Linden, VA

    Like 0
  15. Avatar photo stillrunners

    Lots of arm chair quarter backs – wait – keyboard quarter backs on here…………

    Like 1

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