1,738 Comments Posted by eldokid@aol.com

I could make a really crude comment here but I won't
And some Gorilla glue
If that was a real reflection, the windows in the bottom half would be upside down. I took art and painting courses in school and learned about reflections. Still, it is deceiving and mesmerizing at the same time. Something about collapsed floors that just fascinates me!
This room has a chapel look to it -
There is something about a curved hallway that just FREAKS ME OUT!
Is it me or does it look like the ceiling is sagging a bit?
Yes, I'm partial to the huge older cars which is why my daily driver is a '76 Cadillac Eldorado convertible with 39,000 original miles on it. Yup, I lucked out finding this one, less than a thousand miles a year and garage kept all it's life. You can't match the ride that a heavier car gives, mine weighs almost 5,100 pounds. When I get into a newer car, I fell all claustrophobic and like I'm sitting in a bucket. I guess I'm used to my front seat that's really a sofa! Had my share of new cars, still prefer the older ones you can work on yourself.
I would love to go rooting through this stuff now, I bet there are some hidden treasures.
If that black pull-out knob on the far left is for the headlights, someone left the lights on!
Yes, thank you for the new galleries!
The cars today all look alike, it's hard to tell one make from another. I've had my share of new cars, but went back to a 1976 Eldorado convertible as my daily driver. At least you can tell it's a Cadillac!
I agree, if that is just surface rust and the car is complete, a good mechanic could restore that. The chrome and glass still look pretty good.
I would definitely drive that if it were road worthy
Looks like a car lot for wrecks!
Reminds me of that movie "Cars"