A CABIN that comes with hundreds of classic motors dotted around its 18-acre site has hit the market for £320,000.
According to the listing, which can be found on Zillow, the property is aimed at ‘a car enthusiast’ with what looks like multiple pre-1970 motors rusting in the grounds.
Many of the cars appear to be American brands – including Chryslers, a DeSoto and a Nash Metropolitan.
This can be explained by the property’s current owner owning a classic car salescalled ‘Parts of the Past’ – which, along with the dealership’s name, is included in the sale – making this a rare opportunity for the right petrolhead.
‘A RARE OPPORTUNITY’
Listed as an ‘antiques shop’ online, the ‘Parts of the Past’ tag-line says: “We sell vintage and classic cars and original antique auto parts.”
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Aside from the motors, the one-bed home appears to be slightly run-down – although each room does come with beautiful oak walls and beamed ceilings.
The living room includes old furniture from the previous owner, with armchairs, a desk and a coffee table.
The conservatorya grand hot tub and storage space, while the upstairs bedroom has an en-suite bathroom.
But it’s the outside area that’s the home’s real selling point, with over classic cars found in various areas around the home and all are included for FREE – making this an absolute steal for the right buyer.
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The Zillow listing said: “This is a rare opportunity for the right person.
“Remember, classic cars and those that love them are on a completely different level – one where it’s not so much about efficiency and speed, but about the timelessness of the experience, style, exclusivity, and craftsmanship.
“The parts inventory included with this sale are becoming increasingly hard to find.”
Recently, a fleet of – was discovered abandoned in a garage after the owner “left the country”. – including a super-rare
The expensive collection of motors owned by a “sports car-mad” industrialist were left to collect dust in a Belgian warehouse, and are now set to be sold off.
Among the exotic whips up for sale include 16 Ferraris and six Porches, reported to be from the 1970s, 1980s and 1990s.