It’s a rustic car graveyard.
Every now and then an enthusiast will come across a car that seems practically built for classic automotive enthusiasts. One brand that truly embodies that dedication to design is Mopar, a manufacturing company known for their high powered muscle cars. Plymouth is probably one of the best brands under the Mopar umbrella, despite being a little more obscure, and this particular car is a great example of that.
The vehicle in question is a 1973 Plymouth Satellite which is beautifully painted in a cream or yellow. Nowadays, the car might look a little junky but back in it’s prime it was a feisty muscle car fit for anyone looking to have a little fun behind the wheel. On top of that, the vehicle is an H code car which makes it a higher trim level compared to other models of the same name. It’s hard to imagine why this car might have been abandoned in the field but either way it’s still a really cool old car.
Some other vehicles included in the small collection include the Ford Van and another 1971 Plymouth Satellite. Of course, venturing further into the woods you will find an immaculate lawn mower that we can only assume has at least 1,000 horsepower. Classic Mopar cars can be some of the most attractive models ever built and without a doubt these vehicles deserve a life on the road, perhaps that’s exactly what they’ll get.