1967 Chevrolet Camaro RS Garage Find


This 1967 Camaro was just pulled out of a garage in LA. It looks rough, but should make a good project for a Camaro lover. The car does run, but needs some work. Find it here on eBay where bidding is currently at $5k with only a few days left and no reserve. Read more »

Calendar Car: Tragic Triumph


If you recognize this car, then you must own our 2013 calendar. This Triumph is January’s featured find and we just wanted to let everyone know a little more about it. When we requested images for the calendar, reader and professional barn finder Dan H. flooded our inbox with photos of his discoveries. He has been trying to wrangle this particular one away from the owner for a few years now, but they just won’t let it go. Here is what Dan had to say: Read more »


Original Six: 1971 Jaguar XJ


While browsing a car lot a few years back, I asked the salesman about an old Jaguar parked out back. He quickly responded, “You don’t want that car. They are riddled with problems”. Since then I have noticed that many Jag sedans have had their engines pulled and replaced with American V8s. Luckily, this 1971 Jaguar XJ has not undergone the surgery as of yet. Find it here on eBay out of Costa Mesa where bidding starts at $3k with a BIN of $7k. Read more »

Farm Truck: 1966 Ford F-100


Rarely do classic American trucks survive the rough lives they tend to lead, especially out on the farm. Occasionally one will surface that made it through and it is just a testament to how well they were built. This 1966 Ford F-100 has been parked for the past 12 years and while it needs some work, for $4,500 it seems like a bargain. It is located in Blanco, Texas and the seller has listed it here on eBay. Read more »

2013 Scottsdale Auctions Kickoff


I’m sure a few of you are already in Scottsdale or are headed there today for the big auctions. Unfortunately none of the BF staff can make it, but we have still been looking through the catalogs and dreaming. There are some very significant cars coming to market and even a few barn finds. Here are our top picks from each auction house. Read more »

Overseas Find: 1932 Plymouth PB Seven Passenger


You never know where you might find a great barn find. It might be in an old barn in Ohio or one in India, you just never know where someone might have stashed their old car. In the case of reader Subbaiah K, he found his barn find hiding in Bangalore, India. This 1932 Plymouth PB Seven Passenger Deluxe Sedan was ordered by the original owner and arrived in India in 1933. Subbaiah found it hidden in this barn in 2009 and within 18 months it was fully restored. Read more »

Force Fed: 1975 BMW 2002 Turbo


If you are into ’02s then you have probably lusted after one of these on occasion. It is a 1975 BMW 2002 Turbo and it’s a rare sight here in the States because they were never officially imported. Unfortunately this one is not yet on our shores, but the seller seems confident that someone here will want it. The car is currently in Italy and is listed for sale here in eBay with bidding starting at $44k. Read more »

First Econo Car: 1926 Ford Model T


You wouldn’t expect to find a 1926 Ford Model T on a Government liquidation site, but reader James M. just did. It may not be a barn find, but it does look to be in great condition and you might just be able to get it for a bargain. It is located in Rancho Cordova, California and is listed for sale here on this site, which does look legit. Bidding is at $9,700 with  3 days left. Read more »

1970 Jaguar XKE Roadster Project


The Series 1 E-Type may be everyone’s favorite, but this 1970 Jaguar XKE Roadster is tempting. It was supposedly parked in a barn for 28 years before the seller got a hold of it. They have sandblasted the body so you can see all the problem areas, which seems like an honest way to present a restoration project. Find it here on eBay now with bidding at $3,250. Read more »

Family Dreams: 1968 Porsche 912


Having a little red Porsche parked in the garage has been the dream of many sports car fanatics, but Porsches aren’t cheap. The owner of this 1968 Porsche 912 inherited it from their father, who had always dreamed of having his little red Porsche running and driving so he could teach the kids how to drive a stick. Sadly his dream was never completed and his family feels it’s time for it to go to a new owner who can maybe finish the project. The seller is asking $8,500 and can be contacted here. Read more »