• 11-10-2012
    JeffSkisMontana
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    I think this.....
    Quote:

    Originally Posted by NicoleB28 View Post

    I think this is the same car at Millstone....located below the grout pile with the windmill on top? This one has been a pee spot for us too!

    http://forums.mtbr.com/8184435-post32.html

    http://forums.mtbr.com/8184435-post32.html
  • 11-13-2012
    Fleas
    I hadn't gone with any intention of getting any pix, so I'm holding my phone as still as I can. This wreck is probably from the '30's(?) and is probably familiar to those who frequently hike the Buckeye Trail in the Cuyahoga Valley National Park between Brecksville and Snowville Rd. To say it's been there awhile is an understatement.
    No bikes allowed. (yet)
    http://imageshack.us/a/img827/6971/1211111420.jpg

    http://imageshack.us/a/img717/8678/1211111422.jpg

    -F
  • 11-13-2012
    huffster
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    Here is another
    This one is on an unmarked trail on North Beacon Mountain in Beacon, NY...
  • 11-13-2012
    jaxes88
    sad to see that, those old wagoneers are super cool. I want one so bad
  • 11-13-2012
    huffster
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    What could've been...
    Quote:

    Originally Posted by jaxes88 View Post
    sad to see that, those old wagoneers are super cool. I want one so bad

    ...
  • 11-13-2012
    wv_bob
    Yeah you could abandon that vehicle in my driveway anytime. Just leave the title on the seat and the keys in the switch in case I have to move it.
  • 11-13-2012
    jaxes88
    huffster that thing is beautiful, is it yours?
  • 11-14-2012
    huffster
    In my dreams. Sometimes I like to play the identification game when I see these old vehicles. So, I got it as a Wagoneer, but I'm guessing a little bit at the year. The sweet restored one is a google pic of a '70.
  • 11-14-2012
    savie62
    blimie i dont see any on my travels good photos
  • 11-17-2012
    teamhaymaker
  • 11-17-2012
    wyatt79m
    Great pics haymaker
  • 11-17-2012
    GelatiCruiser
    Those pics are awesome!
  • 11-21-2012
    GelatiCruiser
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    From the ride today.
  • 11-22-2012
    gfs69
    This is seriously one of the coolest threads ever on MTBR, love it!! I have never come across an abandoned car, but I have seen on old washing machine in the woods. Not sure why someone would go through the effort of dragging something like that into the middle of nowhere.
  • 11-22-2012
    Ridezum
    Are you the McKusker. I saw these on POTN last night. They are great shots.
  • 11-22-2012
    chunky1x
    I could those things for scrap or parts a have more money to buy a good 29er with more to spare for savings.
  • 11-22-2012
    gnewcomer
    Quote:

    Originally Posted by wyatt79m View Post
    Great pics haymaker

    + 1 love the tricycle shot

    gnewcomer aka OldMtnGoat
  • 11-25-2012
    NEPMTBA
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    Here's a...
    ...nice white 1960s Buick convertible!;)
  • 11-25-2012
    jaxes88
    GelatiCruiser that is an old willys jeep wagon. You should google em, they're really cool
  • 11-26-2012
    rgc52
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    I guess boats can be vehicles to- here's some boats that have been scattered by "sandy' at the shore-this is just a small sample
  • 11-27-2012
    Poikaa
    Pity! I guess some people can afford to throw them away! Some look as if the storage plastic is still on them?

    poikaa
  • 11-27-2012
    natzx7
    Quote:

    Originally Posted by Poikaa View Post
    Pity! I guess some people can afford to throw them away! Some look as if the storage plastic is still on them?

    poikaa

    Salvaging boats off the beach like that is expensive. They are probably waiting on their insurance companies to step up. They may also not be seaworthy after being beaten up and running aground during the storm. Being here in Florida for some bad storms, I've seen enough of this. Sometimes its a daunting task just to locate the owner, or for the owner to locate his boat.
  • 11-27-2012
    the-one1
    Quote:

    Originally Posted by natzx7 View Post
    Salvaging boats off the beach like that is expensive. They are probably waiting on their insurance companies to step up. They may also not be seaworthy after being beaten up and running aground during the storm. Being here in Florida for some bad storms, I've seen enough of this. Sometimes its a daunting task just to locate the owner, or for the owner to locate his boat.

    So does that become "Finders keepers"?
  • 11-27-2012
    natzx7
    I'm not familiar with all the maritime salvage laws, but in some instances, it most certainty does.
    Marine salvage - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
  • 11-27-2012
    Cycle Logical
    Getting my post count up so I can start a new thread...sorry for the inconvenience!