Barn Finds follower Matt G noticed some auction signs the other day while driving by a farm in Northeast Ohio. Turns out there are four farms going up for auction at the end of the month. Combined the properties total 430 acres, which is impressive, but the farm that caught our attention was the one with the large barn chock-full of cars. That’s right, this is a real deal barn find and everything must go.
Farm A is the one you will want to be at on December 29th. We are assuming that the white barn in the foreground is the one housing the collection. Remember, this is an absolute auction so there are no reserves and everything will be sold. The photos are terrible, but here is a quick summary of what all is hidden in that barn.
1939 Pontiac Coupe
1940 Buick Convertible Four Door *Auction company claims that this one could have been assembled by the owner so it is questionable. There were around 500 four door convertibles built by Buick in 1940 though. So… Here is the VIN: 40-4519
1950 Plymouth Special Deluxe
1952 Packard Clipper Four Door
1954 Studebaker Champion
1957 Triumph TR3
1958 Alfa Romeo Spider
1959 Cadillac Four Door
1962 Triumph Herald 1200 Convertible
1963 Triumph TR4
Cars not shown in the photos include a 1966 Austin-Healey Sprite and a 1966 Triumph Spitfire MKZ. Count ’em. That’s 12 cars parked in the barn. Nothing super high-dollar, but that is appeal of this one. You may actually be able to afford something. The sale will be handled by Kiko Auction in Massillon, Ohio on December 29th. If you are in the area, this is one farm auction you will not want to miss. So which one will you be raising your paddle for?
A special thanks goes to Matt G for sharing this with us. They are still out there guys…