Mind-boggling car graveyard hidden behind this home includes a $300k Porsche Speedster

And the crazy part is the Speedster isn't even the only Porsche here.

by | Published on 5th Sep 2023

This car graveyard is home to a long list of incredible cars that, for whatever reason, the owner simply doesn’t drive anymore.

Some are truly rare and valuable, including a vintage Porsche 356 Speedster that’s worth $300,000.

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The graveyard was discovered behind a normal John Doe home in Melbourne.

It’s unclear when or how or why all these rare cars ended up here.

Maybe the owner is an uber-wealthy hoarder.

Either way, the video was uploaded to TikTok by Carsmelb and according to the TikToker, all of the cars belong to his neighbor.

Among others, we can identify a couple of vintage Range Rovers, a Mercedes 280, a classic BMW 5-Series, a Citroen XM and at least two rare Porsches.

The Porsche 356 alone is worth $250-000 – $300,000, even in this condition.

Amazingly, despite the eye-watering value of these cars, this isn’t the most valuable car graveyard ever.

Not that long ago, an outstanding collection of rare and potentially expensive cars was unearthed in an abandoned church in the Netherlands.

It included more than 230 vehicles, most of which were from high-end brands such as Mercedes, Rolls-Royce, Ferrari, and Maserati.

And then there’s the famous Baillon Collection.

The Baillon Collection was discovered in Western France a few years ago.

It all started in the 1950s, when a French businessman had a dream of creating his very own car museum.

Over the years he accumulated more than 200 rare vehicles.

Most have since been sold.

They were taken to auction in 2015 by Artcurial Motorcars, and the collection sold for $52 million.

As for our TikTok friend’s neighbor in Melbourne, well, apparently he has no intention to sell.



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