11 May, 2021

it's over

for this vehicle.





39 comments:

  1. A sad end dumped in a garbage bin...

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  2. I think I like the first shot the best with the contrast between rust and red and not so crowded with details.

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  3. The vehicle seems rusted underbody and good capture on its last journey.

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  4. ...it has lived a hard life.

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  5. The windscreen wipers are still new.

    God bless.

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  6. Reduce, Reuse, Recycle, Repeat.

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  7. Yep- Over and Done! Happy Tuesday, Bill.

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  8. Recycling centre the next stop!

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  9. A sad end to a once treasured car. It is off to the crusher and a new use for the metal.

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  10. Sad (a bit) but cool photos.

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  11. ahh it it good it was not something else worse!

    Happy days to you Bill and family!

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  12. same with it's color, the car feel so bloody broken, the photos can tell it very well...

    have a great day Bill :)

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  13. Ya el desguace, se encargará de él.

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  14. Oh my, it is a goner. I hope no one was hurt!
    Take care, have a happy day!

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  15. it will be a new car of it perhaps of recycling

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  16. Hope whoever was in it lived.

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  17. Re your comment today - I would be uncomfortable too sitting close with no mask. I had a mask on as I walked around by myself.

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  18. it is really painful to think about what happened in that car ..

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  19. Oho.. There has to been a serious collision.

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  20. Hola! unas fotos muy interesantes. Saludos

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  21. Oh dear, it looks a serious crash.

    All the best Jan

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  22. Oh my that car has seen better days!!

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  23. I like the photo but I'm always sad when I get rid of a vehicle.

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  24. Pobre vehículo, buena fotografía. Te mando un beso

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  25. Uh-oh. I always look away when I see an accident. Once - on Christmas day... I went to my Brother and saw a car upside down, no one around so I stopped.
    Oh, boy. I did not look but called the ambulance. They were harsh as I couldn´t describe exactly where I was (woman, huh?!). Luckily two others had stopped as well and then.
    That dumb, young bloke stepped out of that car unharmed.
    I was shivering all over when I arrived at my Bro´s place.
    I´ll never get people who stare when they see an accident. Was I lucky the young man was unharmed. Don´t wanna see anything bad.

    Hope this was but a press and not an accident...

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  26. That poor little car had a hard life--I hope the owner's life was okay after whatever happened here. I always wonder when I see wrecked cars how anyone could have survived, and yet many come out of them with minor injuries. A testament to improved safety features, and the grace of God.

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  27. Looks sad! I dont want to think that accident.

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  28. Bill - don't you wonder about the story? The tales this car could tell since it rolled new and shiny off the assembly line ...

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  29. Sem qualquer dúvida... muito pouco se conseguiria aproveitar!...
    Espero que o condutor tivesse ficado em melhor estado...
    Um grande abraço!
    Ana

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