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Trespassing teens discover building filled with abandoned classic cars

Old Fords, Chevys, Fiats and more collector cars locked away in private museum see the light of day again

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A group of teens in Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil, filmed themselves breaking into a rundown building only to discover a huge classic car graveyard covered in layers of dust.

According to Motor1, the cars belonged to a collector who stored them in this private museum for himself and his friends to enjoy.

In the video below, you’ll catch a glimpse of the many classics stored away, including a 1952 Chevrolet Styleline, Fiat 124 Sport Coupe, Simca 8, Renault Dauphine, Morris Oxford, Chevrolet Corvair and a Hudson Hornet just on the first floor alone.

classic, Trespassing teens discover building filled with abandoned classic cars, ClassicCars.com Journal
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The second-floor houses even more rare collector cars like an Austin A90 Atlantic coupe and convertible, Chrysler Airlfow, 1938 and 1940 Ford coupes, Standard Vanguard, Renault Gordini, Ford Consul, Ford Taunus, and a three-wheeled Goliath pickup, according to Motor1.

After sending the video to their friends, the evidence was discovered by police, who got in touch with the kids’ parents and the owner of the massive collection.  The car owners have begun to transport the cars to another location – hopefully more secure – and even put up the Fiat 124 Sport Coupe for sale for $12,372. 

Racheal Colbert
An experienced writer and editor, Racheal brings her enthusiasm for collector cars to her role as the Content Manager of the Collector Car Network. Former Content Writer and Marketing Manager in the tech and publishing industry, Racheal brings a fresh perspective to the Journal and the automotive world.

7 COMMENTS

  1. Typical “click bait” type of article. These cars weren’t “abandoned”. It’s obvious this is a private collection that these kids broke into. At least the didn’t vandalize anything. Sure it’s obvious these cars have been neglected, but I’m sure the owners know exactly what they have and where they were. Sorry to see them in this state but they weren’t “discovered” and certainly not “abandoned”.

  2. The kids need to be held accountable. If not it will give others the impression that it’s ok to trespass and break in and enter someone’s property.

  3. The owner should press charges for them breaking into private property.
    The owner probably pasted away and family is in charge now they should just donate the cars to a museum its not like they need the money they forgot all about it till it hit the new.

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