Nebraska's Carhenge on sale for $300,000
Not to be confused with the Cadillac Ranch in Texas, the site is owned and operated by the non-profit group, Friends of Carhenge, and it attracts some 80,000 visitors a year. Trouble is, the site doesn't charge admission and Friends of Carhenge is in debt, having taken out loans to maintain the structure.
The organization hopes to find a buyer who can fund amenities like a campground and go kart track on the property, which would give visitors reason to pay admission. Check out the Friends of Carhenge website for additional information.
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