Here we have already seen places where classic vehicles rest for decades, but it is not so common to see vehicles from the World War II.
A few days ago, the channel Campillo Urbex published an interesting video of a abandoned mansion. Although it does not indicate where it is located, it seems that it is France, judging by the vehicle models that are seen and by their license plates. It is sad to see the state of abandonment of classic vehicles that are authentic jewels:
Among the abandoned cars that appear in the video there are three Fiat 500s, almost all without the front badge:
Outside is a nice Berliet EPA30 GLR fire truck, with ladder, a post-war model. It's a shame that this truck is like this abandoned in a forest, instead of being in a museum.
Inside the house there are more jewels of motoring, like this Citroën Traction Avant, in a sorry state. Not even the original color of its body can be distinguished.
Among the classic vehicles there are also some from the Second World War, such as an M3 Scout Car used by French firefighters after the war. During the war, more than 21,000 of these vehicles were manufactured, many of which ended up having a second civilian life after 1945, as is the case with this one.
Next to the M3 Scout Car you can also see a Jeep Willys MB, although it is also possible that it is a Hotchkiss M201, a model made in Paris in the postwar period and that is very difficult to distinguish from the Willys MB.
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