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    Trees grow through the windshield of a 1937 Chrysler Imperial as it sits at Old Car City, the world's largest known classic car junkyard in White, Georgia. Many of the cars have never moved in over 30 years and in some cases, trees now grow through them, even lifting some off the ground.

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    Cars sit stacked at Old Car City, the world's largest known classic car junkyard in White, Georgia. Over 4,000 classic cars decorate 32 acres of forest which have been turned into a junkyard museum by owner Walter Dean Lewis.

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    An ornament decorates the hood of a 1952 Pontiac Firechief as it sits at Old Car City.

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    Pine needles cover a car at Old Car City, a junkyard museum owned by Walter Dean Lewis.

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    Trees grow over a car at Old Car City. The junkyard museum was first started by Lewis' by his parents as a general store selling auto parts in 1931. He stopped selling parts about six years ago when he realized he could sustain the business more as a museum, charging $15 for visitors just looking, and $25 for photographers.

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    The old parts office still stands at Old Car City.

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    A tree grows onto the fender of a 1953 GMC truck as it sits at Old Car City.

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    Barbie dolls sit in a car at Old Car City, home to more than 4,000 classic cars in 32 acres of forest.

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    Pine needles cover the trunk of a Buick sitting at Old Car City, the world's largest known classic car junkyard.

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    Cars sit at Old Car City where more than 4,000 classic cars decorate 32 acres of forest which have been turned into a junkyard museum.

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    Holes are seen in a window of a car sitting at Old Car City.

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    A spider web is seen next to a car at Old Car City. First started by his parents as a general store selling auto parts in 1931, Lewis grew the classic car collection from about 40 in the 1970s.

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    The steering wheel of a 1948 Oldsmobile 98 convertible is seen at the junkyard museum.

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    A 1948 Oldsmobile 98 convertible sits at Old Car City. Owner Walter Dean Lewis stopped selling parts about six years ago when he realized he could sustain the business more as a museum, charging $15 for visitors just looking, and $25 for photographers.

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    Over 4,000 classic cars decorate 32 acres of forest at Old Car City.

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    Old Car City in White, Georgia, is the world's largest known classic car junkyard.

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    A tree grows under a 1954 Ford Customline lifting it off the ground some eight inches over the past 30 years as it sits at Old Car City.

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