What kind of man turns his BMW dealership into a ghost store of never-sold cars for a decade, maintaining the building like it could open at a moment's notice? A car guy, or so he says.
In the small town of Oakville, Ontario there sits a BMW dealership, abandoned for almost a decade. Inside the doors sit, frozen in time, two 20-year-old BMWs in seemingly mint condition. What happened?
What would a dealership lot full of cars from the 50s and 60s frozen in time for 30 years look like? Exactly like these 1984 pictures of Winnie Hogg's Dodge dealership in Quarryville, Pa. Here's how it happened.
Last week we solved the mystery behind an abandoned Ohio car dealership caught on Flickr. Our story set off a flurry of responses from readers about similarly abandoned sales relics. Here's a ghostly gallery of America's lost car dealerships.
Somewhere in Ohio sits an abandoned Chrysler dealership with old cars parked on the showroom floor, like a prop leftover from a nuclear bomb test. The only evidence of its existence were a set of eerie Flickr photos. Until now.