A true hidden gem in Pennsylvania.
Imagine you're in the market for a classic Ford Mustang Convertible, or better yet, a Chevrolet Corvette, and there was a place you could go where there are hundreds of cars lining the aisles just like a supermarket for classic cars. Well, you no longer need to imagine, because the Classic Auto Mall is just such a place, where classic cars can be shopped as easily as you'd buy a pair of jeans. This automotive marvel in Pennsylvania is packed to the proverbial rafters with classic luxury cars, muscle cars, trucks, and more, and thanks to YouTuber Nick Lang, we've been able to get an incredible glimpse inside the halls of this car supermarket. The footage might only be three minutes long, but we could spend hours watching it over and over just trying to see what gems are hidden in plain sight.
The drone footage gives us first-person and bird's-eye views of the Classic Auto Mall, a 336,000 square foot facility in Morgantown, Pennsylvania where people can walk in and shop for a classic car just like you'd shop for groceries. This high-speed drone work shows us a whole lot of cool metal including classic muscle and pony cars and even a vintage Chevrolet Corvette or two. But there are some less common machines in the mix, too, such as a 1987 Ford Thunderbird and a Series 3 Jaguar E-Type, and even a Ferrari or two.
It's enough to keep you watching over and over, if not just for the cars then for the exceptionally talented drone piloting abilities. Flown from a first-person perspective, Nick Lang was able to fly some incredible paths and get incredibly close to some of the cars being filmed. But despite our urges to try and protect the cars from any drone impact, we're assured that no classic cars were hurt in the making of this video.