Are you thinking about selling your barn find? Well, you have come to the right place! Barn Finds has hundreds of thousands of followers and many of them are on the hunt for project, oddball, and unrestored collector cars. It’s easy to get your car listed, but please read the following before proceeding:
What are the benefits?
With over 30k subscribers, 230k Facebook fans, and 3 million pageviews per month there’s a very good chance that we can find a buyer for your vehicle (when priced realistically, of course). Unlike traditional classifieds and auction websites, we handpick a dozen finds every day and then push them out to our readers. That means that buyers don’t even have to be looking for anything specific to see your vehicle. Everything from Kevin Corcoran’s Cortina to a six-figure Selby GT350 have found homes through this site! So, it seems safe to assume that our readership has a wide range of interests and budgets. We have sold countless vehicles for our readers and the overwhelming majority have been very pleased with the results. You can read just a few of their success stories here.
Does my vehicle qualify?
Just about anything old, original, or interesting could qualify, but here are the types of things we like to focus on:
- Anything sitting in a barn
- Unrestored collector cars
- Low-mileage survivors
- Large collections
- Affordable projects
- Oddballs and rarities
The following listing options are for single vehicles. Please contact us about large collections.
- Seller Submission – $50
We can drive large amounts of traffic to your eBay auction, craigslist ad, or other online classified. This type of listing does not get as much attention as an Exclusive, but it’s still a good option if your vehicle is already on another website. We charge a $50 fee, but your money will be promptly refunded if we decide to not feature your vehicle.
- Exclusive – 3% Success Fee
This option is for vehicles that have not been listed for sale anywhere else. We require a week of exclusivity, but there’s no risk involved because there’s no upfront listing fee. If do find a buyer though, we ask for 3% of the final selling price. The fee is paid on the honor system and is due once the sale has been successfully completed.