In the Netherlands, a dilapidated garage was found, behind the doors of which is a collection of Range Rover SUVs, as well as several cars of other brands. Judging by the pictures presented, almost all cars are in a deplorable state and are unlikely to return to the roads.
An abandoned Range Rover was found in an old garage that looks more like a brick shed with destroyed walls. There are more than a dozen British SUVs inside and outside the building, whose condition leaves much to be desired. The cars are covered in dirt and rust, and many of the cars have flat tires.
Most forgotten Range Rovers belong to the first and second generation models. In addition to the classic modifications, you can see off-road vehicles with an open body and a soft top in the photos. Similar versions of cars were created for individual orders. In addition, among the abandoned cars, there are two classic Mercedes-Benz R107 and R123 bodies, which have also seen better days.
Who owns the car “graveyard” and why the models are in this form is unknown. Based on the condition of the collection, the discovered Range Rover and Mercedes-Benz are unlikely to return to the roads.
In February, British photographer Amy Shore discovered a huge cemetery of Land Rover SUVs in the United Kingdom. Basically, the first generation Range Rover survives in the clearing, but there are also more recent examples related to the second generation, as well as the classic Land Rover Defender.