I visited the "hobby room", actually a "hobby bungalow" of some buddies of mine - they got quite an impressive parking lot...
...impressive in terms of project car hell material:
This Porsche actually runs, is for sale, and will be eligible for classic car certification in a few years.
This FSO Polonez is in bad need of an overhaul and comes without a german title. Brilliant.
An old E-Class. Maybe that would even be worth putting some time and money into.
This Transit comes without an engine under the hood, but with two engines (one stuck, one in parts) in the back.
A Range Rover used in some film my buddies worked for. It's main feature is an unimaginably high fuel consumption.
And in a this TG-like collection of beaters (i did not photograph the Volvo 850 estate, an crashed Astra and a rusty Renault 19) a burned-down Caravan fits perfectly.
Damn it, I saw some pretty sweet cars, but didn't have my camera with me: some old Ford Coup? (don't know which, I was too fast at overtaking him on the Autobahn), six Triumph TR6's (all in one bunch, so no coincidence), a white Jaguar E-Type Roadster, two MG Midgets, a Sunbeam Tiger and some other old Roadster, I think there was some oldtimer meet around...