There used to be a group of cars that were just off I-5 in Northern CA. (just south of Mt. Shasta) that I "discovered" in the late '60s, actually the people of the area already knew of them, they were cars that had set in a wrecking yard that had been in the area since the early '30s until the mid sixties, (the actual site was taken over by the state to put in I 5 between Dunsmuir & Mt. Shasta). These cars were ones that the owner decided were no longer usable, & he hauled them out into the woods & dumped them the biggest stash I found was while riding around after church one easter with my best friend & his girl friend (now my wife) & my girl friend (I don't know what happened to her) the Union Pacific railroad had taken about twenty cars from the '30s & used them for erosion control in a dip along side the fire trail. We were cruising along about 20 or so when we passed this stack of "tin" & came to a sliding stop, the girls thought we were crazy climbing around in the rust pile still in out suits. The state has since gone in & cleared out all of this hazardous material, but not before we removed several intact bodies, a '33 Chevy 4 door sedan, a '34 Chevy master 5 window coupe, a '37 Willys sedan, & a '32 Dodge 4 door sedan, along with a complete Cadillac LaSalle front sheetmetal group. I think that the official that decide to go through the local area & clean up these should'a been hung!