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Belgian Man Discovered Stash of Cars Hidden in Abandoned Quarry Since World War II

For nearly 80 years these cars have been hidden underground in a quarry in France but they were uncovered by Belgian PE teacher Vincent Michel in 2016. The cars were hidden away during World War II and after the war ended they were never removed. It is thought the rusting collection was hidden to avoid it being captured by German soldiers. “We suppose the cars were brought into the quarry at the start of the war to stop them being seized,” Vincent said.
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