When he was hired to demolish an old building and clear out a property in North Carolina, contractor David Mount surely didn’t know he’d stumble across a treasure trove of 1930s cars. Mount’s daughter, not quite driving age herself, spotted the first car, which was stored inside in a basement garage before the ceiling gave way. The only thing visible was a bit of grille and a pair of headlights under a pile of debris. It was unearthed to reveal that it was a remarkably intact 1933 Plymouth roadster, complete with its signature suicide doors.
This is a companion discussion topic for the original entry at https://www.hagerty.com/articles-videos/articles/2018/08/10/hidden-horde-of-pre-war-cars-found-in-north-carolina