Many of us like to take on a project now and again, but this renovation job may be in a different league.
An Aston Martin that was left in a garage in Scotland for thirty years has been put on the market after being spotted by a restoration firm from County Durham.
The car might not have an engine, have only one headlamp and a rusting shell, but as one of only 15 1949 Aston Martins built, it is expected to sell for nearly £100,000.
Watch the full report from Kenny Toal below.
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