Scott Visits A Super Secret Stash Of Muscle Cars, And Shares It All With Us Right Here!


Scott Visits A Super Secret Stash Of Muscle Cars, And Shares It All With Us Right Here!

Every time you hear about a stash of muscle cars, or barn finds, or whatever, you think to yourself that there is no way there could be any more of these to find. And yet somehow there are. Of course finding someone that has stashed cool finds for years means they kind of have their own little salvage yard going on. I have to admit, I would love to be that guy, but I’m pretty sure the neighbors won’t be too thrilled about it even though our property is out in the country. So until I get the nerve, I will stick with living vicariously through Scott as he always seems to find the cool stuff. If you haven’t watched any of Scott’s videos, you should go back and check them out. He’s a longtime BANGshifter who seems to know where every cool automotive carcass is kept and feels the need to share it with all of us. And don’t forget to LIKE and SUBSCRIBE because it really could help him out.

But now it’s time for the cars. Here’s the description from Scott. We visited a friend’s place over the weekend to see what new muscle cars he has been stashing away on his property. Kind of his personal salvage yard of classics. There are Chevelle SS’s, Olds Cutlass S, 55 Chevy Bel Air, 1960 Impala, 1958 Chevy, 1969 El Camino, 1965 Olds Cutlass convertible, 1970 Ranchero, 1970 Nova, and even a Model T Ford!!


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5 thoughts on “Scott Visits A Super Secret Stash Of Muscle Cars, And Shares It All With Us Right Here!

  1. TheCapeCodKId

    To bad that El Camino was so far gone. He was right about it being a good parts car. I saw lots of parts I could use.

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  2. Whelk

    Well, I’m glad they’re not being crushed. I’ll never understand though guys that accumulate their own junkyards that they won’t sell and let the cars rot.

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  3. 69rrboy

    So where is the “secret stash of muscle cars”?? Other than the ONE Chevelle, everything else is just worn out daily driver stuff.

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  4. Pizzandoughnuts

    I like the 68’ Torino GT, I’ve got a 4V Cleveland and a small bell C6 that would be sweet in that. Everything there has potential, thanks for sharing this with us Scott.

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