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EPIC MUSCLE CAR BARN FIND! SUPERBIRD, TALLADEGA, SPOILER UPDATE!

It seems likely the most valuable barn find ever in the history of the automobile, just based on the number of cars and their rarity. Finding this many rare cars in one place is not likely to ever happen again! The crown jewel of the find is obviously the Plymouth Superbird, a car designed and built by Plymouth to lure Richard Petty back to the manufacturer during his NASCAR heyday. The car was built in extremely limited numbers just for stock car racing, and featured a 426 CID Hemi with dual four-barrel…

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Two Brand-New Buick Grand Nationals Were Just Found In Some Dude’s Garage

You’d think all the old cars wasting away in barns and garages would be found, but there’s always more out there. Take for example these two 1987 Buick Grand Nationals. They look like, well, two Grand Nationals, but their story is much more remarkable. According to a post from Facebook user William Avila, he and his friend Shawn Matthews found these two cars in a small Oklahoma town, where they were listed for sale as a pair for $200,000. Avila knew he wouldn’t pay that much for a Grand National,…

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1960′S CHEVY DEALERSHIP OPENS AFTER 4 DECADES

After forty years of sitting idle, this Chevrolet dealership in Pierce, Nebraska would come to see the light of day yet again thanks to VanDerBrink Auctions. This once in a lifetime opportunity takes us inside of the dealership and shows us how it has been sitting for years, left just as it was back in the day. Inside, we see even more surprises as we’re greeted with a selection of cars including a Chevrolet Impala, old school pickup truck, and Chevrolet Bel Air, all with under five miles! Check out…

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What do you think of this? This is an Abandoned Mopar Dealership.

Somewhere in Ohio sits an abandoned Chrysler dealership with old cars parked on the showroom floor, like a prop leftover from a nuclear bomb test. The only evidence of its existence were a set of eerie Flickr photos. Until now. The first photo of this abandoned dealership actually hit the Flickr photo sharing site in 2004. There’s no name on the building or doors, just “Chrysler Plymouth Dodge Jeep” in a font that went out of style around the time Ronald Reagan became president. But the reason this dealership even…

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Zero Mileage: 12 Abandoned Automobile Dealerships

The showroom floors are bare and the alluring aroma of new carsmell has long since dissipated from these dozen down-in-the-dumps abandoned auto dealerships. Aloha & Mahalo “I say hello you say goodbye,” to quote The Beatles, also suits this lonely and abandoned car dealership somewhere in Hawaii. That’s because “aloha” means both hello or goodbye in Hawaiian, depending on the context in which it’s used. In the context of the image above, we’re guessing it means goodbye. Signs Of The Times The former Valley Dodge on Route 202 in Wellsville,…

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An Hidden Treasure of Stunning Rare Mopars Found at Ancient Barn

Just another hidden treasure we present you today! In the pretty interesting video below, you’re going to see an unbelievable collection of rare Mopars (plus a Ford) that are kept hidden in a garage for decades. That must be something extremely exciting and oddly satisfying to find out and explore such a precious collection of vehicles. While some of the cars were tucked away in an old showroom, the others, the ones you’re going to see in the video- were kept in a secret, dusty, hard-to- reach barn, partially buried…

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THE MOST INSANE MOPAR JUNKYARD TO DATE – CHARGERS, SUPERBEES, ROAD RUNNERS,CORONETS, GTX AND OTHERS

Take a look around at some of your favorite cars on the road today. Now, imagine those same cars all sitting in a field, dilapidated, with foliage growing around them. That’s exactly the situation at hand here when we check out this Mopar graveyard sporting some of the most amazing cars from the days of old. In this one, we’re exposed to a wild Dodge Charger collection, Road Runners, and Coronets galore as we go through a bittersweet trudge through a junkyard. For some reason, we feel like this video is only…

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Decaying Jaguar E-Type barn find wants $54,000 at auction

Even underneath all that dust and rust, most of the original parts remain. Though it may not look like much at first glance, this worn-out Jaguar is heading to auction next month where it could go for as much as £44,000 ($54,000). Why? Because it’s a rare 1962 E-Type Series 1 Fixed Coupe, and it’s been sitting in a garage, virtually untouched for nearly 20 years. As part of the Classic Car Auctions (CCA) Birmingham sale in April, the barn-find Jag will cross the auction block where estimates suggest it could go…

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1966 Chevelle SS396 Found in a Barn Filled with Street-Racing History

It might only be a local piece of history, but it’s history nevertheless, and when it’s about street-racing muscle car like this unique ’66 Chevy Chevelle SS396 – we’re bound to take notice. Moreover, this story includes a triangle of owners – all with their own plans for the car. So, let’s not waste any more time. The car used to belong to David Heath who often put it through its paces off Dobyns Road outside the little mountain town of Claudville, Virginia. That was back in early seventies though, when…

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A $3 Million Tucker 48 Prototype Was Discovered Stuck in Mud Behind a Barn

Preston Tucker launched his car company after World War II. One of the biggest events in his company’s story was the unveiling of his prototype Tucker ’48–sometimes called the “Tin Goose.” Tucker’s enterprise ended a few years later and for a decade or so, the 51 cars he completed were not considered all that valuable. Today, however, a nice Tucker ’48 might auction for more than $2 million. Still, there was a time when you might see a Tucker stuck in the mud out behind a barn. Occasionally, copies of…

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