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I have been hunting down barn finds since childhood and my passion for automobiles has only grown stronger through the years. When Jesse told me about his idea for this site, I was more than a little excited. Before he had even finished the site, I was already writing the very first posts! And it has been an amazing trip ever since!

Porsche 914-6 Clone Project Needs To Go!

As much fun as the 914 is, there is a lot of room for improvement with these little mid-engine sports cars. Even Porsche realized it needed more power, hence the creation of the 914-6. There really… more»

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Ultimate Land Yacht: 1967 Imperial Crown Coupe

If you want the ultimate land yacht to hit the open road in, you really can’t get much larger or luxurious than an Imperial Crown Coupe! This was Chrysler’s answer to Cadillac and Lincolns massive luxury… more»

Just Needs Brakes: 1981 Corvette

It looks like this Corvette has received some custom touches, but it looks to mostly be cosmetic. The seller doesn’t offer much information, but claims it has been parked for the past 17 years. It’s going… more»

That’s Some Patina: 1949 Mercury M68 Truck

They really don’t build vehicles like they use to. As cool as modern cars and trucks are, I don’t imagine we will see too many of them still around in 68 years. While this ’49 Mercury… more»

German Power: 1967 Ford Falcon Diesel

Now this is an interesting idea! The owner of this Falcon decided they wanted better fuel mileage and something truly unique, so they dropped a Mercedes-Benz inline six diesel engine and 5 speed transmission in it…. more»

EXCLUSIVE: 1976 Sunbeam Imp Restomod

Update 6/22/2017 – After emailing the seller about his asking price, he decided to set an asking price of $15k. Considering he spent about $12k just on the engine, this seems like a great buy! Seller… more»

Coming Up Short: 1981 Cadillac Grandeur Opera Coupe

The cropped down photos make it a bit difficult to see what exactly is happening with this Cadillac Seville, but you can definitely tell that something isn’t quite right. Thankfully, a quick search reveals what is… more»

Magnum Mopar: 1971 Dodge Charger R/T

In ’71, Dodge introduced the third generation of the Charger. The redesign was more rounded and is often described as the fuselage body. With new regulations and emission standards starting to take affect, ’71 ended up… more»

EXCLUSIVE: 1954 Packard Patrician

Seller Description: I purchased my Patrician in summer of 2009 while on a business trip to San Diego via a friend of a friend that was using it as his local daily driver until mid-2000. I… more»

The Judge In The Barn: 1969 Pontiac GTO

Here come de Judge! This GTO was discovered in the second owner’s barn, where it had been parked since the late ’70s. They purchased it from the original owner in 1974, so they didn’t get much… more»

In the Horse Barn: 1969 Ford Bronco

I grew up seeing Broncos just like this one on a daily basis. They literally were every where and were being used year around. Today though, there really aren’t many still around. They seem to have… more»

Black Plate Barn Find: 1968 Buick Riviera

I’ve always liked the looks of the Buick Riviera, especially first and second generation cars. And amazingly, you can get into one of these beautiful Buicks without breaking the bank. Given the looks, comfort and performance… more»

Number 403: 1969 Hurst Oldsmobile 442

There were just 922 Hurst Oldsmobile 442s built in 1969 and this one is number 403. It’s a Texas car that has been parked for a number of years, so there is some rust to be… more»