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Colossal Car Barn Find. Elvis & Jerry Lee Lewis Time Capsule Cars

The greatest car barn find ever and of the rock n’ roll kind. Elvis and Jerry Lee Lewis automobiles soared 37 years ago. Elvis of course gave away cars like candy to strangers, to his entourage, to family members as many as possibly. 300 plus automobiles he’s alone, not even counting votes motorcycles and snowmobiles, but in reference to the cars he of course was known for Cadillacs and Lincoln’s. There is a family in the Midwest, here they have an automobile collection and they’ve amassed a string of cars that wanted Elvis and Jerry Lee Lewis. We’re gonna head there…

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Discovered 1969 Yenko/SC Chevelle After 47 Years

Sitting since 1970, this 1969 Yenkо/SC Chevelle will sооn оnce аgаin be reаdy tо hit the rоаd. Just when yоu think thаt there аren’t аny mоre bаrn finds tо be discоvered, аnоther оne shоws up. Nо dоubt, mоst оf us dreаm аbоut thаt elusive bаrn find in hоpes thаt dumb luck will leаd us tо а super cооl piece оf vintаge аutоmоtive treаsure. Well, the lucky stаrs were аlign fоr Rick Nelsоn аnd his fiаncée, Аnnie Hаrtweg. They cаme upоn а cоmplete, аlbeit in pieces, оne-оwner 1969 Yenkо/SC Chevelle, in…

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12 Most Amazing Cars Found By Accident

Of all the possessions that people take pride in, cars have to be considered close to the top of the list. Some people are even accused of loving their cars more than they love their partners! With that in mind, if you owned a truly unique or unusual vehicle, why would you leave it locked away from the world for years, or abandoned in an unusual place? That was the fate that befell the incredible cars you’ll see in this video!

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1000 Abandoned Cars Found in Cave Mysteriously

The mine opened around up 1836 and closed up around 1960. 200ft undergrounds lay hundreds of cars, except no one know how they got there. There’s a cave called the Caverns of Lost Souls. These cars were thrown inside this cave and no one knows why. It’s a big mystery to the Internet to this day. They were thrown in there between 1960 70s and 80s. What’s weird is that let’s say we discovered this in the 1970s when they were thrown in there, they’re gonna look like mint brand-new…

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Junkyard Rescue! Saving a 1950 GMC Truck

One of the most incredible junkyards in the history of junk is Turner’s Auto Wrecking in Fresno, California—and on this episode of Roadkill, Freiburger and Finnegan hit those 100 acres of vintage sheetmetal and go spelunking for gold! After considerable debate, the guys select a 1950 GMC shortbed truck that had been off the road for 26 years and jam to get it running and driving for the trip home to Los Angeles. At least there was a 50-percent victory. Watch as the guys revamp the Jimmy inline six, panic…

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Barnacle find: Complete 1927 Chevrolet found aboard Lake Huron shipwreck

Divers in Lake Huron have recently discovered the wreckage of a ship named the Manasoo. While neat in an of itself, the wreckage revealed a perfectly preserved piece of history: a 1927 Chevrolet Coupe. The Manasoo sank in Georgian Bay during September 1928. A storm wracked the ship, which pointed out a pretty damning problem: there was something wrong with the stern, and it was filling up with water in the middle of the night. At that point, they were, for all intents and purposes, screwed. Only five folks survived the sinking,…

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Steve McQueen’s ‘The Hunter’ Pontiac Trans Am emerges from barn after 39 years

A 1979 Pontiac Trans Am driven by Steve McQueen in his last movie has been found in a barn in rural Illinois. The car was driven by McQueen in The Hunter from 1980, which follows the glamorized storyline of real-life professional bounty hunter Ralph “Papa” Thorson. The car doesn’t play a huge role in the movie, but it was still driven by Steve. Six Trans Ams were used for the film, and two were wrecked during production as part of a scene where the car gets blown up. According to Hemmings Motor News,…

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Rare 1966 Shelby GT350H found in ‘little old lady’s garage’

Old rental cars often make the least appealing used vehicles, but there’s one very big exception to that rule: The 1966 Shelby GT350H. The “Rent-a-Racer” was a run of special edition cars built for Hertz by Carrol Shelby that were based on his high-performance Shelby GT350 version of the Ford Mustang. Along with two prototypes, only 999 were made, and the vast majority of them were finished in Hertz’s signature black and gold color scheme, but a few were painted other colors. Some were literally driven by renters from the agency…

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