Nope, all original parts from GT40s, Cobras and some bodywork from a badly damaged 1960s Ferrari GT racing type. I could only take a few candid shots, as the owner didn't want a crowd of enthusiasts around. The find wasn't confined to bodywork, as there was a small skip (dumpster) full of engine and suspension parts. Buried in the trees and very out of sight, what looked to be rusty tubular chassis parts, probably about 4 inch diameter, and I wasn't sure what from. also at least the rusting remains of a monocoque from a Lola, I was told, but I thought those were alluminum???
Nice find and very interesting.
but how old is the "graveyard" ?.
Have the clips been placed there recently ?
The level of the fallen detritus appears consistent outside and inside the clips and the deterioration of the leaves only seem to be one season old. (if they were there any longer, then the leaves would have surely mulched)
Did you manage to spot any chassis number tags on the clips ?