50 vintage cars have been left to rot and decay in a German forest. A collection of supercars have purposely been crashed into trees, buried in mud and placed on cliff faces by former racing driver Michael Fröhlich.
Michael was sat down by his father at a young age and told to make something of his life by the time he turned 50.
After winning a grand prix race in Germany in 1984, in his very own Jaguar XK120, Michael decided to collect one vintage car for each year of his life until the year 2000.
His collection includes a Rolls Royce with a Queen Elizabeth doll at the wheel, a Porsche 356 racer and a Buick.