Barn Finds reader Jack spotted this listing on Facebook’s Marketplace for a collection of vehicles forced into the daylight following a barn collapse. There’s a wide range of… more»
Shoebox Barn Find: 1950 Ford Busines Coupe Shoebox Fords have always been an excellent blank slate for those who love to customize and hot rod classic Fords. Discovered in west Texas, this Shoebox Business…
Whether it is a 1968 Corvette, a vintage Harley chopper, or a classic Ford from the 1940s, there is nothing more satisfying than a good barn find. Super-savvy flea market shoppers and quick-talking television pickers know that the value of vintage automobiles usually grows over time, sometimes by leaps and bounds.
Here are a few of the Barn Finds on display at the Muscle Car And Corvette Nationals in Chicago in 2014. Click on this test to see more of the MCACN Barn Find display for 2014. None of the cars on this page are For Sale.
Undoubtedly the greatest barn find in the history of car collecting, its worth is valued at over $4,000,000. Not bad for an initial investment of about five grand.
Car Craft Barn Finds Junkyard Find: 1973 Plymouth Road Runner Steve Magnante-May 1, 2018 The year 1973 was an important one for the Plymouth Road Runner. For the first…
A barn find is a car-guy’s car that’s fallen off the radar of other car guys. Here's a comprehensive look at the do's and dont's of barn find cars.
Tom Cotter literally wrote the book(s) on barn finds. In our new series, Tom travels the country in his 1939 Ford Woodie Wagon, searching for forgotten classics in barns, backyards and scrapyards.
"[W]ith a barn find, it's like time stopped. The car's haven't changed, they're just getting older," said Brunet. "They're just as they were when they were put away, right down to the smell.
5 most amazing barn finds What can an old rusty garage hide behind its squeaky doors? The owner died long time ago and his relatives do not know about this place or just forgot about it.