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Urban Explorers Discover An Abandoned Warehouse Randomly Filled With Old Cars

Imagine coming across this large, abandoned building while out on a walk. It’s in the middle of the countryside and the doors are locked. Curious, you step up to the window to peek inside. It seems to be full of something, although it’s hard to see exactly what. A photographer stumbled across this building and felt exactly that. Luckily, he was able to peek inside and discover what was waiting for him. The storage barn (located somewhere in Portugal) is actually packed to the brim with old, classic cars. The pictures…

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REAL DEAL BARN FIND: 1968 DODGE CHARGER R/T #S MATCHING 440 ALL ORIGINAL!

Being a part of a barn find is quite the exciting experience as you’re able to uncover all of that history as it has simply been left to sit and rot. This time, we check in as a barn find is unveiled with this numbers matching 1968 Dodge Charger R/T. Finding a car that’s this much original is a real treat! With little paint or body work done, this thing is pretty close to being as it was in ’68, with just a little bit of time and aging in…

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The Tale Of The Lost Daytona Coupe

I was recently digging through old forum posts on various websites when I came across a photo of what was clearly a barn find Shelby Daytona Coupe. There wasn’t any information about it or a link, but it looked so incredible I decided I had to do some digging to see what I could find out about it. I eventually tracked the photos back to the Nevada Shelby Club, where I discovered that the photo was of the Missing Daytona Coupe. This story originally broke back in 2001, but I…

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Barn Finds Muscle Cars 

1968 SHELBY GT500 KR CONVERTIBLE BARNFIND,PARKED IN 1978

Nelson Bandy has been a longtime antique and vintage-car collector scouring the country for collectibles most of his life. Back in the 1970s, Bandy was very familiar with this 1968 Shelby GT500KR convertible and its rarity. “It was owned by a very young and recently married couple in Lobelville, Tennesee,” Bandy says. “I would stop them and try to buy the car every time I saw them driving around town.” Bandy’s persistence would pay off in the summer of 1978 when the owner priced the car to him. “I think…

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ABANDONED 1969 Dodge Charger Runs After 20 Years

Dodge’s 1969 Charger is one of the ubiquitous muscle cars of the 60’s and 70’s, so finding one that’s been parked for over 20 years is basically like unearthing a treasure chest on wheels. This Charger is a perfect example of such a find. The car was originally metallic blue with a black vinyl top and had a matching blue interior. It doesn’t have the original 383 CID power plant,  though, meaning it won’t be as valuable as a numbers-matching find. However, with its combination of power steering, power brakes…

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Rare 4×4 Ford Mustang surfaces in The Netherlands

As odd as a 4×4 pony car sounds, a barn seems like a good place to find one. A very unique convertible 1970 Ford Mustang is for sale in The Netherlands. According to the sellers, the red drop-top is equipped with a Ferguson Research four-wheel-drive system. They say they’ve owned it for 27 years, and just don’t have the time to restore it.   It’s known that Ford commissioned the British company to build at least two prototype 4×4 Mustang coupes in 1964 for evaluation, but the cost of the…

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Barn Finds Muscle Cars 

Barn Find: 1970 Plymouth Road Runner 426 Hemi – The First Road Runner Ever Built

It’s always a happy day when barn find happens, and this one is a little bit spicier than usual. Over a year ago, what’s believed to be the very first 1970 426 Hemi Plymouth Road Runner was unearthed from a barn. It has very early production number of 100015 which is one of the pilot cars from back then. Lack of data that would suggest otherwise implicates that this is actually the first Road Runner made in the seventies. Road Runner, however, first came in 1968, and it enjoyed a…

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1955 Corvette Rescued by Retired GM Engineer After 38 Years in a Barn

Retired GM Engineer, Jim Wallace, started his automotive career in 1970 when he went to work for the Holley Carburetor Company and made the move to General Motors in 1975. He bought his first Corvette in 1964 and over the years, assembled an impressive collection of rare and mostly unrestored Corvettes. His very first Corvette rescue happened to be an original 1969 LeMans Blue L88 that had been sitting since 1979 and would later find another 1969 LeMans Blue L88 sitting in a barn since 1988. In the spring of…

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Barn Finds Classic Cars European car 

Jaguar E-Type barn find hidden since the 1980s heading to auction

AN early 1960s model Jaguar E-Type left hidden in a barn for 30 years is to go up for auction – and experts predict it will sale for a hefty sum. The 1962 model 3.8L coupe has been sheltered in a North Devon barn since the mid Eighties, and hasn’t been started up in more than 15 years. However despite extensive rust damage and its desperate need of a complete restoration, H&H Auctioneers have given it an estimated value between £50,000 ($65,000) and £60,000 ($77,000). One of just 1,799 models built in…

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This Barn Find Lamborghini Miura Is Back on the Road After Sitting for 25 Years

A Lamborghini Miura isn’t exactly a common barn find. After all, if you own a Miura, you tend to remember having it. But the rarity of that situation (combined with the rarity of the car itself) is part of what makes this particular Miura so special. In an interview with Petrolicious, the current owner says his 1967 Lamborghini Miura P400 originally belonged to one of his grandmother’s cousins. He worked on it himself, drove it regularly, and even commuted in it. But unfortunately, a brake and clutch repair in the…

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