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Josh Mortensen About Josh Mortensen

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!

Perfectly Preserved: 1951 Ford F3

UPDATE – This truck saw some serious bidding and for good reason, but unfortunately, the winning bidder apparently flaked out. It’s now been relisted and this time with an $8,500 BIN and the option to make a lower offer…. more»

Sport Model! 1988 Yugo GVX

Call me crazy, but I want this Yugo! Being a GVX means that it’s as tricked out as a Yugo can be. And while many of the changes are cosmetic, like the sweet sport seats and body kit, this… more»

EXCLUSIVE: 1973 Ford Mustang Convertible

UPDATE – Brad has decided to lower his asking price to $4,800! He also wanted to confirm that this Mustang does indeed have the 302 V8 which is paired to a three-speed transmission. After sitting in this Indiana barn… more»

EXCLUSIVE: 1971 Oldsmobile Cutlass And A 455 V8

From Mike T – I inherited this 1971 Olds Cutlass from my grandmother back around 1997 with about 40-50k miles on it (I think) for use as my 16-year-old son’s first car. It was in near perfect shape as… more»

Big Block Pony: 1969 Mustang Mach 1

This Mach 1 Mustang has a killer look to it, but once you start to really investigate it, you start to notice just how much rust there is. When I first saw this tip from Pugsy, I honestly wasn’t… more»

Back In Business: 1937 Buick Special Business Coupe

From John H – I wanted to share my Barn Find Success Story with you. I was the fortunate guy who scored this ’39 Buick Business Coupe back in November of 2016 (you can read the original post here)…. more»

EXCLUSIVE: Ready To Drive 1976 Triumph TR6

UPDATE – George received some questions about his TR6, such as the VIN number and whether it has overdrive. He accidentally put his Spitfire’s VIN in when he submitted it, so he sent us the correct VIN. And this… more»

Black Plate Bonneville Stretch Sighting!

From Bluebird – I really enjoy the sightings posts and thought I’d send mine in. I pass this car often and thought that maybe my fellow Barn Finders would like to see pictures of a long car that probably… more»

Drop Top Mopar: 1967 Plymouth Barracuda Convertible

I’m not sure if this is a shed that just happens to have enough space for this Plymouth or a made to size barn, but this Barracuda Convertible has been snuggly stored away here for the past 34 years…. more»

A Solid Survivor: 1953 Mercury M250

One of these days, I’m going to have to buy one of these old trucks! This Mercury version of the Ford F-250 has an incredible look to it, with the kind of look that only nature can create. It’s… more»

Heavy Hauler With Style: 1957 Chevrolet LCF 5700

From a styling standpoint, 1957 might be the pinnacle of American design. Just take a look at this big LCF 5700 truck, it features some amazing design work, yet it’s a 2-ton work truck. Most of these ended up… more»

Big Project: 1970 Ford Mustang Boss 302

I won’t lie, this Mustang is going to be a big project to undertake, but how cool would it be to have a real Boss 302? The Boss 302 is at the top of a very long list of… more»

EXCLUSIVE: Hot Rod 1966 Ford Mustang

Reader Mark W bought this restored and upgraded Mustang due to features like power steering and power disc brakes. It’s been a great driver, but unfortunately for him, it’s time to move it along. It really is a sweet… more»

This 1971 Camaro Z28 Has Been Hiding In SoCal Since ’78!

Hiding in a garage in Southern California is a highly optioned all original one family owned 1971 Camaro Z/28. It started life in Canada, traveled across Europe and then ended up parked in this California garage, where it still… more»

Rare 4-Speed Goat: 1973 Pontiac LeMans GTO

By 1973, the Pontiac GTO was, well, a very different animal than it had once been. Gone were the days of gas-guzzling multi-carb setups and Ram-Air hoods. In their place came 5-mile-per-hour crash bumpers and decreases in compression. At… more»

What The?! Odd Parade Car Project

I’m not really even sure where, to begin with, this odd creation! It’s truly indescribable and I’m not sure if that’s a good thing. According to the seller, this Buick powered “parade car” was running just a few years… more»