THIS NEW CAR WAS LYING UNDERGROUND 50 YEARS BIGGEST Holes Ever Made 4 months ago   10:03

Imagine winning a free, all original, 1957 Plymouth Belvedere classic car with only 4 miles on the odometer that is interwoven with the local culture and heritage. Sounds amazing right? Ok here's the catch, the car doesn't run, is held together only by rust and mud, and has spent the last 50 years buried in a waterlogged concrete vault. Who put it there and why? Let's find out.

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Don Newman
i had one. mine was above ground but rust got to it in 10 years. I miss it. my high school car.
Piece of shit
Stephen Amaral
awesome restore
Harold Waig
A Waste Of tax-Payer Money! Government "brains" At Work!! And That Was 1957?.. Today We Know Why Government Is Crazy!!.NO BRAINS
This whole story is nothing more then pure stupidity by the community back then. Fun concept, bad planning.. very sad
Sam Kahn
i wish people could value the same way they have done with this piece of junk....
Jason Carskadon
It's a shame it rotted, but I'm glad they decided to save it. I can't believe that the Smithsonian wouldn't take it, if that ain't a piece of Americana then I don't know what is.
Knight Rider
Plus the blanket made the rust do its job since no oxygen was spinning around the car
Charlie Nangle
Not sure which one came first, but this whole video seems to be copied word for word from this article:
Extreme Incorporated
Your script is an article on the internet
Oliver Winston
Christine sis
Oliver Winston
How about christine
Tony weavers
That should be taken straight to the scrap heap!
Enoch Brown
Hand it to me, I'll scrap it.
Hells Heathen
Belvedere fever did not reach here in southern Louisiana, this is the first I've ever heard about this tragedy.
Headcryxd Gaming
Why did they have to put it underground would be better in safe no flood exhibit area
Ethel Hoose
Did his sister want it
Ghatak Hun mai
RIP car.
Sorry but send it to the scrap's way beyond restoration.
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BIGGEST Holes Ever Made THIS NEW CAR WAS LYING UNDERGROUND 50 YEARS 4 months ago   10:19

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This diamond mine, located in Canada’s remote Northwest Territories is actually a pretty recent hole! Work only began on this thing in 2003, and it is one of the world’s preeminent sources of gem diamonds. Since mining operations began, it has produced over 100 million carats of diamonds!!

6. Berkeley Pit
Located in Butte, Montana, this copper mine is now filled with heavily acidic water. Opened in 1955, this mine was used to get copper out of the Earth. Ironically it closed on Earth day in 1982. In the 80’s Berkeley Pit was 1700 feet deep and 900 feet wide. Approximately 320 million tons of ore and over 700 million tons of waste rock were mined from the pit.

5. Mir Mine
This is a diamond mine, and one of the largest excavations in history. This mine in Russia is the 2nd largest man made hole in the world. Located in outside of Mirny, a small town in Eastern Siberia, this place is 1,722 feet (525 meters) deep, and 3,900 feet (1.25 kilometers) across.

4. IceCube Neutrino Observatory
There are many different ways to make holes in the Earth as you know, or will soon learn. But for the University of Wisconsin, they wanted to do a study of the Earth from a different perspective. They decided to go to Antarctica and drill a massive hole into the very ice caps of the Earth to see what's down there. Thus, the IceCube Neutrino Observatory was made.

3. Kimberley Diamond Mine
Also known as the Big Hole, the Kimberly diamond mine in South Africa, is home to the world’s largest diamond mine! It is so large it is visible by space and has produced some of the world’s largest diamonds.

2. Bingham County Mine
Also known as the Kennecott Copper Mine in Utah, this mine definitely takes the cake. This copper mine has been in use for over a century, and it's still open to this day. It's the biggest copper mine in the world and provides about 25% of the country’s copper needs.

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