Old cars cemetery is not a funny sight at all. Looking at those shadows of the past you start unconsciously think of the eternal things. As if with real manâ€™s eyes they glare at you with their headlights and you can even see a bit of reproach in their look. Recently a newsperson from one of the Russian auto magazines went to a place where they junk cars to see whatâ€™s going to happen with our iron horses that already have had their days.
The junking state program is not started yet and so it is quite difficult to collect this junk garbage around the streets of Moscow. People growing greedy and do not want to junk their precious cars, even if they are old enough.
All the cars that were sent to a disposal plant couldnâ€™t possibly refresh your eye. However, you can find some interesting specimens there.
Legendary car GAZ towers the pile of these miserable cars. Alas, there are no collectors in the real life that are hardy enough to renovate such an epic make of car.
Before a car is ready to be junked it needs to be dismantled: all the spare parts like tyres and batteries are being taken to pieces to be delivered to other places for further junking.
When all the spare parts are taken off, the car is being sent to a desiccation. It becomes dewatered: fuel, engine oil and coolant are drained off. Altogether, an average car gives 1-3 litres of gas and 25-30 litres of other liquids.
The navvy that is engaged in junking process looks like some monster. With its quick grab every car gets caught right off the bat.
After the desiccation they send the car to the mincing-machine where itâ€™s being chopped to tiny pieces.