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Visit to a junk yard in Norway

Kamil Kaluski June 14, 2012 Hooniverse Goes To..., Mystery Car 13 Comments

If it was up to me I would have visited a junk yard in every country I have ever been too. Sadly none of my traveling companions ever had interest in such things. Museums, art shows, some castle ruins, cities, beaches, restourants, some old crap, everything but junk yards. Sad too, as we can learn so much about the people of the region from junk yards and the vehicles they have left behind.

Zlomnik.pl contributor Piotrek xxx recently spent some time in Norway and he of course visited a local junk yard. After the jump are several of the cars I found most interesting. To see all of them head over to Zlomnik.pl. There is a bonus Mystery Car in the pictures too!

 

Toyota Crown longroof

the sad state of saab

Skoda Fjord? a.k.a Rapid?

This is your mystery car for today!

These were sold in U.S., right? Stanza Wagon or something like that?

I think it's a Wartburg but I maybe completely wrong

Civic, or CVCC? Audi in front of it. Yes, Audi.

  • Matt A

    Not a Wartburg, a 1959 Goliath!

    <img src="http://pics.livejournal.com/tarrantry2/pic/002rq346/s640x480&quot; width="600">

    • mr. mzs zsm msz esq

      Thank you, it was bugging me so much what that was! The missing blinkers under the headlights really caused a lot of trouble for me.

  • MVEilenstein

    That's a good-looking Civic. Doesn't look in bad shape.

    • BlackIce_GTS

      It's astonishing, I would have been surprised to see one that nice 10 years ago.

  • Rich

    So that's an Audi 50 next to the Vauxhall Viva? Wow, seriously rare.

  • lilpoindexter

    Murillee?

  • PuddleRising

    They have junkyards in Norway? No, only ugly Americans can have junkyards, and junkyard dogs too

  • dukeisduke

    I thought the EU would have banned junkyards by now.

  • dukeisduke

    The weird thing about that Prairie? Those stickers on the backlight. On the left is one for the AOPA (Aircraft Owners and Pilots Assn) and the other is the EAA (Experimental Aircraft Assn).

    • dukeisduke

      Actually, I take that back – they're both EAA decals.

  • C³-Cool Cadillac Cat

    That Civic looks 100% serviceable.

    Throwing perfectly good cars away…was are you trying to do, Norway, impersonate California?

  • AlisonC

    The Nissan Prairie wagons of that generation were sold as Nissan Axxess in North America, I believe. I've seen exactly one in my twenty years of being interested in cars.

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