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Nice view from the driver's seat! Not only is the old car (1940s?) well-shot-up, but it's well-buried in sandThumbnails I walk over to that old headframe, or whatever it is, with the New York Mountains backdropNot only is the old car (1940s?) well-shot-up, but it's well-buried in sandThumbnails I walk over to that old headframe, or whatever it is, with the New York Mountains backdropNot only is the old car (1940s?) well-shot-up, but it's well-buried in sandThumbnails I walk over to that old headframe, or whatever it is, with the New York Mountains backdropNot only is the old car (1940s?) well-shot-up, but it's well-buried in sandThumbnails I walk over to that old headframe, or whatever it is, with the New York Mountains backdropNot only is the old car (1940s?) well-shot-up, but it's well-buried in sandThumbnails I walk over to that old headframe, or whatever it is, with the New York Mountains backdrop

The question is always the same: "Why was this car abandoned in this particular place?"