Can't see the forest of cars for the trees

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    zwiebel New Member

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    Bizarre or just poignant? Walter Dean Lewis is still running the car parts business in White, Georgia, that his parents started back in 1931. But now it is just a collection of over 4,000 decaying classic cars, lost in a forest of trees stretching over 32 acres.

    He no longer sells anything except a $15 entrance ticket to Old Car City, or a $25 one for those who want to take photographs.

    http://www.timesunion.com/news/us/a...orgia-a-junkyard-of-6389816.php#photo-8320305
     

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