Several new Alfa Romeo, Fiat and Peugeot cars manufactured in the 1990s were discovered in a warehouse in Argentina.
After being shut down for three decades, a former Buenos Aires dealer, who housed several abandoned cars, was discovered when the new owner of the land inspected one of the warehouses on the property.
To his surprise, he found several new Alfa Romeo, Fiat and Peugeot vehicles that the dealer had in stock before closing the deal.
As the new owner of the land is not a big fan of Italian and French cars since the 1990s, he wanted to get rid of all the cars very quickly. For this he hired a company specialized in the sale of used cars, the company called Kaskote Calcos was given the mission to sell the unusual inventory.
After washing them and making sure the vehicles are in working order, people at Kaskote Calcos posted a few photos online. As you can see, the collection is diverse and includes models such as the Fiat Tipo, Duna, Uno, Tempra and Ducato, an Alfa Romeo 33 Sport Wagon and a Peugeot 405.
No prices have been announced for these cars, probably because of problems with the documents.