Laramie, Wyoming, September 11, 2020
Nice find! I would love to live in a place like that, with all those wide open spaces and fresh air. Anybody know why I am being bombarded with pop-up ads here now? Just started a couple a days ago And yes I have and use an ad blocker. I HATE advertising!
Subscribe for just $10/month, it is the best use of $10 in the month.
Yikes, I sound like local npr host.
So without advertising none of this would be possible. It’s what pays the bills…
That Corvette is about as close to the sedan in age as it is to us today. But the vette looks contemporary today, while the sedan looked like an ancient crock in 1984.
The Chevy is a 1948 model, the center bar on the grille is the giveaway.
It’s hard to see a Corvette, the glamour car of my generation, as an abandoned vehicle.
I agree with Jose. It is always more than a little depressing to see the carcass of a Corvette, any Corvette.
On the bright side, it was stuffed with parts so could perhaps be a project in progress and neither car was there a week ago. I suspect they were wheeled out of the metal building for some reason, it’ll be interesting to see if they disappear or stay in situ from now on, they’re right on the highway into town so whenever I go I’ll pass by.
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