1,800 rotting classic engines are hiding in the spooky old munitions factory, which is also a car graveyard
A YOUTUBER has revealed an old munitions factory hiding 1,800 rotting classic engines.
The video was uploaded to YouTube by @mr.goodpliers6988 and had more than 200,000 views.
The footage shows an abandoned WWII ammunition factory with a staggering array of engines dating from the 1930s to the 1970s.
YouTuber Mr Goodpliers is known for filming abandoned classic cars in garages and barns.
The title of the video is: “Abandoned WWII munitions factories with a thousand vintage cars and a truck collection! 1930s to 1970s!
He begins the video by saying, “This is by far the biggest collection I’ve ever filmed.”
Located in Sidney, Nebraska, it has between 1,500 and 1,800 vintage cars and trucks.
The owner has auctioned off hundreds of them this year, so the numbers are now lower than they used to be.
If you’re a fan of the incredibly rare Diamond T truck, this garage has several of them in different sizes, colors and shapes.
Rob is also a fan of International Harvester pickups, which are characterized by their unique design.
But Rob also owns a 1937 REO Speedwagon Pickup and an even rarer 1915 Stewart Motor Truck.
The collection also includes a large inventory of Ford cab-over trucks from the late 1930s, a 1937 Chevrolet milk truck and a 1962 Corvair rampside van in green.
YouTube users quickly commented below.
One said: “Thanks for another great comment on an amazing collection of vehicles.”
Another said: “So many great American cars thanks for looking and your amazing knowledge of all the cars and trucks amazing how you know so many models and the little details from year to year.
“Please continue with your videos. I would love to have a car or truck shipped to Australia one day.”
A third pointed out: “Just amazing…thanks for documenting these vehicles…well done…just amazing what this guy has collected…”
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