12 Most Amazing Abandoned Vehicles

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12 Most Amazing Abandoned Vehicles

Specialized vehicles are required for specialized tasks, but what happens when those tasks are either complete or don't need to be done anymore Sadly, the usual answer to that question is that the amazing vehicles created to perform the tasks are either scrapped or forgotten about. We're not about to let that happen, though! Instead of forgetting about all these incredible technical vehicles, we're going to tell their stories to you in this video!

 The Hudson Terraplane was not the only pickup truck with suicide doors. The British Armstrong-Siddely station coupe had them as well. Also, the doors weren’t as dangerous as the name implies, the name is quite random and there are many theories as to where it came from, but the doors weren’t a problem unless you opened them while driving at speed.
 Man, I am so impressed with the quality of your documentary; the minor mispronunciations is just nothing compared to a fabulous and fact full story you placed together.  it is a great video you created in just 3 weeks  :) similar to the 3-month project of Kharkovchanka! well done, definitely subscribed!
 The Cessna 160 was actually on Ebay in 2010, not 2012. The guy wanted $6000 which I thought was too much at the time. I tried to help him sell it and posted it on several websites for him. I talked to his wife a few years ago but he has since passed away. He did sell it and his wife doesn't know who bought it. It's still out there somewhere. I hope to see it flying someday!
 There is a General Motors Aeroplane train that is - or was the last time I was there - at the Oregon Zoo in Portland, Oregon.  I believe it was just sitting on a siding because it needed a lot of work and replacement parts would probably  have had to be machined for it. When I saw it last - at least 15 years ago - it was sitting on a siding while a steam() locomotive took visitors in open cars for a leisurely ride around the zoo. I just found at their website that all the trains and everything that went with them are all gone and instead of riding the train through the displays, evidently the rail line has been replaced with pavement and vehicles now drive through to view the lights. I have no idea what became of the locomotives.

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