A planned plant attack from two fronts – inwardly and outwardly – have rendered the ancient vehicle above hopelessly undriveable… though if anything, it’s become a lot more flammable. Snapped in repose deep in a Swedish forest, the weathered Volvo (?) is weathering an inexorable onslaught from moss and trees, respectively. Boxy it once was, bonsai it shall become. (image via spline splinson)
Home, home on the Range Rover… more like, the range is making this old ‘Rover its new home, amirite? The image above dates from 2006 so one wonders whether the classic SUV’s owner ever managed to extricate their truck from the grasping green grip of English kudzu – aka, ivy. (image via Malcolm Murdoch)
Tanks for the memories, or as Elvis might have put it, “Tanker, tanker very much”. While The King may have left the proverbial building decades ago, this naturally-caged Ford F-600 tanker truck is going nowhere fast. Guess that’s better than going nowhere slow though the journey takes just as long. (image via Gerry Dincher)
You might not hear the bark of this ’62 Chevy’s engine but you sure can see it! It’s obvious this tired old sedan hasn’t had its fluids checked not its oil changed in many a year but checking the level won’t be a problem: just look at the size of that dipstick! (image via marneejill)
This guy might have arrived too late for Xmas but at least he brought back the biggest tree EVAR. Not that there’s much room to place gifts, unless you count the rusty old Holden station wagon as a gift. Looking on the bright side, this car owner’s been doubly blessed by having junk in his truck and a trunk in his junker. (image via Dheepak Ra)
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