29 cars forgotten in the desert were put up for saleMay 14, 2020
The owner of an unusual collection estimated it at 50,700 dollars
In the suburbs of Coolidge, in the US state of Arizona, there is an unusual collection of cars. This small town borders the Sonora Desert. So it turns out that the owner of the cars stores them almost in the desert. The entire collection, consisting of 29 cars, is estimated at 57,700 dollars, the cost of the cars themselves individually varies from 650 to 5 thousand dollars. Price depends on the condition of the car and its value. Each car from this collection is the brainchild of the American auto industry. All cars went off the assembly line from 1939 to 1996.
The collection itself includes ten Buick cars, four Ford models, four Oldsmobile, two copies of Chevrolet, Cadillac and Mercury, as well as one Pontiac and GMC.
Some cars have been preserved quite well, but there are those that lack certain parts or are corrupted by rust. The budget option here is the 1993 Buick Roadmaster Sedan. The most rare is the rather rare 1967 Pontiac Lemans coupe. True, this car does not have a motor and gearbox. But the most unique instance of the collection is the 1976 Cadillac hearse, which at one time was released in the amount of only 50 cars. He was priced at $ 2,800
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