A JAW-DROPPING classic car graveyard has been revealed online with thousands of cars left abandoned in woodland.
The incredible video was uploaded to YouTube on the Junkyards and Barn Finds with Sean channel.
Presenter Sean Dever takes viewers on a tour of the 90-year-old Old Car City, which is spread over some 40 acres of land in White, Georgia.
There are thousands of cars on the plot, many of which are returning to nature as the trees grow around them.
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The American classics include Fords, Mercurys and Chevrolets but amongst the rows of destroyed classics is a very special truck.
The vintage Ford truck has a board propped up against its front bumper which says: ‘Johnny Cash’s 1946 1.5-tonne Ford.
‘Was used in the Murder in Coweta County movie 1983 with Johnny Cash and Andy Griffin.’
As Sean moves around the yard it becomes clear that the cars are grouped by type.
There are patches of specifically Ford cars, trucks, coupes and saloons. Then Datsuns, Volvos and Opels.
Sean says there’s also a staggering amount of classic Mustangs littered around the site, which are worth good money today.
At one time the rusting relics were probably being used for parts on other cars and trucks, but many are past it now.
However, the site is a potential gold mine for classic car restorers, with millions of pounds of stock ready to go.
At one point Sean stumbles on a ‘car art’ circle with cars piled on top of each other which people are invited to leave their mark on.
Later in the video, Sean reveals that none of the cars are for sale and will probably never leave the yard.