The Renault 4 F4 pictured below is proof that abandoned cars aren’t always buried deep in forests. Some are hiding in plain sight, too.
This 4 is ending its days in a small town located in central France. 225 more words
I found the Saab Sonett V4 pictured below about a decade ago in a quiet part of Salt Lake City, Utah. I immediately parked the 900 Turbo I had at the time to get a closer look because it was the first Sonett V4 I’d ever seen outside of a car show or a museum; to this day, I’ve never seen another one. 125 more words
The automotive landscape in the United States used to be jaw-droppingly diverse. In the late 1950s, you could spend your money on an Austin, a Borgward, a DKW, a Facel Vega, a Russian-built Pobeda, a NSU, a Simca, a Panhard, and even an Autobianchi. 407 more words