23 Mar

I have this knack of finding the diamond in the rough type of cars. It’s incredible how many cars I’ve spotted rotting in random places, a few examples would be 1970’s Mini Clubman GT, 1975 mk2 4dr Ford Escort, BMW 2002, TR6, FB Rx7, VW Jetta GTI…which I bought for 50bucks.

On my daily comute to work I always drive past this old wreck of a shed near a small farm and notice the 3 import mk2 MR2’s one of which sat on some nice looking Wat RS’s. In the background a large white car stood covered in moss which on a split second view looked to me like on old Benz of some kind, when early one morning I went in for a closer look.
Turns out the guy whos dumped all these cars here must be some kinda import Toyota fanatic, the car sat at the back was infact a Soarer with a stunning shell. No dents, no rust, just a bit of greenery. Dispite my knowledge of wheels I am yet to figure out what the JDM splits are its sat on, I have a few ideas in mind but too afraid to say lol. There are alot of JDM Mesh style wheels about that look like this but what ever they are they look genuine, its just a shame there are no visible markings or centre caps.

Decide for yourself and let me know…

:: James Young


3 Responses to “DUMPED!”

  1. Luke March 24, 2011 at 8:49 AM #

    Will he sell it for a bargain price?

    • :: James Young March 24, 2011 at 3:36 PM #

      No idea who owns it, I could ask the people who live in the area who owns the land its on and maybe get a phone number.

  2. Benny March 23, 2011 at 10:39 PM #

    Sparco Ns2’s Is My Guess. Never Seen Them As Splits Tho

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