Belgium’s Ardennen junkyard
Filip sent us these pictures from a junkyard in Belgium’s Ardennen. Mostly American cars, as the owner and his dad bought many scrap cars from Shape bases in Belgium and France, over 400 cars and “who knows how many parts” on three different yards by 1 owner, now being dismantled, due to very strict laws on junkyards.
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caliwarrior63  - December 16, 2013
'52 Mercury on the right, on the left a Ford of 1952-54 vintage.
chromenfins  - February 6, 2013
None of them are toast
chromenfins  - February 6, 2013
55pickup, thats exactly what im thinking!
hopelesscarnut  - April 4, 2008
I'd give my eye teeth just for the flathead in the car without a cowl talk about basic enjine rebuliding
austins455chevytruck  - February 19, 2008
me too a little mold never hurts right? it adds character
bigblock351w  - January 16, 2008
i think..... im going to cry.
robb  - January 10, 2008
Where is this ?, I travel frequently to the US (from Holland)to check out classic salvage yards, and this could be just two hours driving from my home, can anyone help me out to find this location ? (if it is still there)
nver2rsty  - December 22, 2007
55pickup  - November 7, 2007
when I see pics like this I just wish that the people whoever owns these cars would just give others a chance to buy these cars and let them restore them back to what they once were. Whats to be gained by letting them rot into the ground? I just don't get it.
myhot56kustom  - October 15, 2007
theres lotsa parts to be had.treasure hunt!
55pickup  - June 26, 2007
So whats a little mold?
max2001  - February 26, 2007
hey that back glass is still good
falcon64  - February 10, 2007
hey no ford falcons
datsunkingkab  - November 10, 2006
i usualy like to be pretty positive in seeing potential when when it comes to salvaging these old rusty deralects, but most of these look pretty toast. The car on the far rights body looks ok, and that's a cool picture of the flat head
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Created: Apr 18, 2008 By: oldride
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