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Not only is the old car (1940s?) well-shot-up, but it's well-buried in sand I turn down a side road, just to see what's there, and find this old shot-up carThumbnailsNice view from the driver's seat!I turn down a side road, just to see what's there, and find this old shot-up carThumbnailsNice view from the driver's seat!I turn down a side road, just to see what's there, and find this old shot-up carThumbnailsNice view from the driver's seat!I turn down a side road, just to see what's there, and find this old shot-up carThumbnailsNice view from the driver's seat!I turn down a side road, just to see what's there, and find this old shot-up carThumbnailsNice view from the driver's seat!

I guess this is a good example of how much sand flows down a drainage wash in the New York Mountains area over 50+ years...