Exotic Barn Finds

Field Find: 1980 Lamborghini Countach Replica

As a kid, I used to go wandering through old yards and back-lots looking for automotive treasure. The most exciting thing we ever found was an old school bus. But imagine being a young enthusiast and coming across a… more»

One Owner Hero: 1995 Dodge Viper RT10

In the world of automotive, there are a few sounds that get the heart racing. The rumble of a naturally aspirated V8, the whoosh of a turbo spooling up, and the thunk of a well-made car door on a… more»

Racing Model: 1972 De Tomaso Pantera GTS

Like many Italian sports cars, the De Tomaso Pantera enjoyed a long production life. The first cars rolled out of the factory in Modena, Italy, in 1971. The final example appeared in 1992. Our feature car is a 1972… more»

Mopar Assortment In Florida!

You know the expression, “a picture is worth a thousand words.” Well, the seller here has nine interesting Chrysler products for sale but thinks he can get buyers interested with just two photos showing just three of the vehicles…. more»

Concept Car Replica: 1955 Lincoln Futura

Holy Green Machine! At first glance, it looks like the Batmobile had a run-in with a bucket of seafoam green paint. But this car is really a tribute to the Lincoln Futura that inspired the vehicle driven by the… more»

Italian Fastback: 1976 Alfa Romeo Alfetta GT

Despite having made approximately 400,000 examples over a sixteen-year period, when was the last time you’ve seen an Alfa-Romeo Alfetta GT? Months? Years? Decades? Same here, more towards the decades’ side of the equation. The seller has this 1976… more»

Needs Resurrection: 1964 Ferrari 330 GT 2+2 Series I

In the early 1960s, Ferrari was plotting a successor to its 250 GTE four-seater. The GTE had been its best-selling car to date. To pave the way for the new car, the factory installed a sturdier version of its… more»

Italian Stallion: 1972 De Tomaso Pantera

Panteras were built by Italian car maker De Tomaso and imported to the U.S. by Ford in two series: the cars built from 1970 through August 1972, with small chrome bumpers, and the L, for “Lusso” aka luxury, with… more»

Cheap Exotic? 1984 Maserati Biturbo 5-Speed

The term “cheap exotic car” may seem like the world’s biggest oxymoron. Maybe it should be “cheap entry to owning an exotic car”, or “a cheap way to end up in the poor house”. Truthfully, this 1984 Maserati Biturbo… more»

Low-Mile Driver: 1990 Ferrari 348 TB

We all have that dream car growing up, which often began as an image on our bedroom walls that was looked at every day before going to sleep and the first thing we saw when we woke up. Many… more»

Are You Brave Enough? 1972 Lotus Europa Project

This is a 1972 Lotus Europa project. The car is not drivable as it currently does not have an engine and is completely disassembled.  The owner says all the parts are there with the exception of an engine. The… more»

Low Mile Rocket: 1986 Porsche 911 Turbo

I hear you loud and clear: this is hardly a barn find. Unless, of course, you’re so wealthy that your stable of collector cars is housed in a building ironically called “The Barn”. Still, this staggeringly beautiful 1986 911… more»

German Exotic! 1985 Bitter SC

When German race car driver Erich Bitter conveived a German-engineered road car with a gorgeous Italian body and interior, the entrepreneur’s clever plan birthed this 1985 Bitter SC. One of 223 exported to North America over multiple years, this… more»

Neoclassic Ford! 1983 Zimmer Golden Spirit

A neoclassic automobile is a modern car made in the image of the classic rides of the 1920s and 1930s, but not intended to be a full replica. The Zimmer Golden Spirt is one of these vehicles. It was… more»

Nissan Under the Skin! 1980 Spartan

It would be easy to pass off the Spartan as a kit car but that would not be true. It was a handmade luxury touring automobile with Nissan engineering and sheet metal instead of fiberglass. Only 80 are said… more»

One Off Kit Car? 1969 Triumph

We’re told this is a one-of-a-kind sports car, something that would usually be thought of as a kit. But it may have been custom-built by its original owner. The car is part Triumph, part Volkswagen, and the rest from… more»