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Cars Explorers find hoard of classic vehicles hidden on farm

16:03  15 november  2021
16:03  15 november  2021 Source:   dailymail.co.uk

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Intrepid explorers have discovered a treasure trove of decaying classic cars that have been left to rust in a farmyard.

A team from Lost Adventures travelled to the mystery location in England after hearing rumours a huge collection of motors were lying seemingly abandoned in a field.

Video footage from the scene showed a hoard of up to 50 classic cars, including a Porsche 924, an Aston Martin Lagonda, a Jaguar MK1 and a rare Triumph Vitesse.

The adventurer who uncovered the collection said: 'This episode blew our minds with the amount of British classic cars hidden around this farmland just left to the elements/

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'Around 50 beautiful classic cars - it felt like a museum of British history.

'Sadly these cars are fading fast unless somebody saves them. Some of the oldest Jaguars, Bentleys, Porsche and loads more.'

Inside a corrugated shed, the explorers encountered a 1950s Jaguar resplendent in olive green, a 1970s British roadster MG MGB and a Rover P4 among other collectors' vehicles.

The man later said in the video: 'Unbelievable place!

'I knew we had to come here early on a Sunday, very early just as the sun rose.'

As the duo left, they filmed more cars lined up alongside a shed between two properties.

Some of the cars have been valued by commenters at over £500,000, with one of the rarest being a Triumph Vitesse.

Elsewhere was a Sunbeam-Talbot 90 - last produced in the 1970s, a Daimler Conquest and a Bentley Mark IV.

A spokesperson for the Lost Adventures team said: 'It was totally stunning exploring through these cars.

'We were in utter disbelief walking around the farmland seeing car after car that are pure classics.

'It was definitely an unforgettable experience.'

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