Nothing’s permanent, of course, but not many things shuffle off this mortal highway so gracefully as these old Belgian bangers.
“The large ‘car cemetery’ is located in the village of Chatillon,located in Belgium. In Second World War the world faced much losses.one of the losses are cars. Yes there are more than 500 cars in one places are become corrosive. The reason was more expensive for shift throw Ocean. So cars left in the forest. Somebody like to prevent this models from cemeteries. whoever car lovers enjoy this collection”
(Via Design You Trust. More photos at Mail Online.)