As they say, one person’s trash is another person’s treasure. This is especially true in the automotive world. With the broader auto industry gradually winding its way to electric vehicles, old-school ICE machines are steadily rising in value. Now, one huge stash of GM vehicles is up for sale in southwest Wisconsin.
This field of old GM vehicles was collected over the course of the last 40 years, and includes a range of different models, including muscle cars, trucks, coupes, hot rods, and even the odd bit of farm equipment. In total, the collection includes roughly 90 vehicles, and although they aren’t all for sale, most of them are.
Of course, while the condition of these vehicles varies, the majority are in a somewhat dilapidated state. Not that the poor condition would necessarily stop a motivated enthusiast from bringing these vehicles back to life, but if you’re looking for something ready to drive straight to the car show, you may want to look elsewhere.
That said, some of these GM cars look okay, and likely wouldn’t take too much effort to get back on the road. Pricing varies accordingly, with the majority of vehicles set between $500 and $2,000. Looking over the list, the most expensive vehicle on offer is a 1968 Chevy Camaro equipped with a 327 V8, priced at $12,000, followed by a 1969 Chevelle SS L78, priced at $10,000.
The listing says there are 23 first-generation Chevy Camaros and Pontiac Firebirds in the collection. Some of the other highlights include:
- Chevy S10
- Buick pace car
- Chevy Monte Carlo
- Chevy Caprice
- Chevy Corvair
- Chevy Blazer
- Chevy Nova
- Chevy Malibu
- Pontiac Trans Am
- Buick Regal
The enormous GM car lineup is featured in a brief video from the Auto Archaeology YouTube page, which includes some drone footage showing the collection of vehicles parked out in a field, giving the viewer a decent idea of the scale of the collection, as well as commentary. Check it out below: