An abandoned car dealership with hundreds of cars found in the USANovember 20, 2020
Interestingly, he still sells cars.
According to The Drive, an abandoned AMC car dealership has been discovered in North Carolina, USA. Currently, the dealer has about a hundred cars in the warehouse, but their condition leaves much to be desired – many of them are already rusted through. It is reported that the website of Collier Motors, which owns the show, has not been updated for five years.
According to The Drive, Robert Collier founded the car dealership of the same name in the early 1950s. In 1955 Collier Motors became an official dealer of the AMC brand. In 1987 AMC became part of Chrysler and ceased to exist. However, the elderly Collier did not change his preferences and turned his company into an AMC car reseller.
It is reported that as of 2015, the Collier Motors showroom was in a deplorable state – the roof of the pavilion collapsed from old age, and the cars had to be exhibited in the open air. It is worth noting that the company still exists on paper, and the cars it owns can still be purchased, although it will take a very large amount to restore them.
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