Happy New Year From Barn Finds!

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Well, 2012 is almost over and it has been a great year for us here at Barn Finds. We have featured some interesting cars over the past twelve months. That has been a lot of fun, but what really made it special was getting to read everyone’s comments. All of our loyal readers are what make Barn Finds so great and we just want to thank you. We consider you all friends. Have a safe and very happy New Year!

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Comments

  1. vince

    Nice Healey

  2. Ken Corey

    I look forward to your daily e-mails. There is something for everybody! I’m looking forward to my daily dose of classic (and not so classic) auto iron in 2013!

  3. Robert J

    You have done a great job over the past year. I always enjoy my daily Barn Finds visit.

    • scot c

      ~ indeed! thanks for 2012 and the best for ’13 to everyone!

  4. Great job!

    After a rough year, I found your site. To much fun and a bright spot to my day.

  5. Mayor of Chickentown

    That is an Austin Healy 3000 tail light?

    • Kevin Callihan

      I knew it was British for some ungodly reason but went toward an MG area as opposed to Austin-H.

  6. Al Neri

    I agree. This is one of those sites where the reader’s comments are as insightful as the writer’s. I am often impressed by their knowledge and attention to detail. It’s one of the reasons I regularly visit this site.

  7. Tom S.

    Yes.

  8. Jim Mosley

    Thanks guys for a great 2012 and looking forward to the same in 2013. Happy New Year!

  9. Rob

    Great Stuff ..
    Thanks and all the best for 2013.

  10. John

    This lets us dream a bit about the cars we knew, and about the cars we’d have if we won the lottery. Thanks so much — we all look forward to the next barn.

  11. Larry

    always look forward to my e-mails from Barn Finds, keep up the GREAT work.

  12. Doug M Member

    Hey! Happy New Year! …Thanks for posting my “Healey Barn Find” picture. This is a 100-6 with very little rust… from a barn in Oregon. This Healey was sharing space with two black 1938 Cadillacs that had been there for years, too. I love Barn Finds for all the reviews of unique and fun cars, followed by a well-rounded assortment of warnings, humor, nostalgia and advice that makes Barn Finds so cool. Keep up the good work!

  13. Andacar

    You guys are a lifesaver. It’s been a rough year for me too, and this is a sanity saver. My resolution for 2013 is to get back in good enough financial shape to buy and fix up a 33-37 Packard Super 8 sedan. I’m sure it’s in an old shed in Glunksville somewhere waiting for me.

    Thanks again and keep up the good work!

  14. Dolphin Member

    It’s obvious the comments above are truly from the heart. Jesse is totally dedicated to Barn Finds and has our thanks and good wishes. After a rough year, or even just a rough day, this site is pure therapy…..and education….and friends.

    Oh yeah….and our daily car fix, too.

  15. Ernst jeske filho

    Feliz natal e Ótimo ano novo a todos que adoram ferrugem e renascimento de carros clássicos,as vezes nem tanto
    Eles continuam lá fora nos esperando , não podemos desistir !

    Translation: Merry Christmas and Great New Year to all who love rust and rebirth of classic cars, sometimes not so much
    They are still out there waiting for us, we can not give up!

  16. junkman Member

    Well said Dolphin I’m right with ya on that!

  17. TVC15

    And congrats to you guys for getting picked as the number 4 best website of 2012 in the February 2013 issue of Classic & Sports Car !

    • Barn Finds

      Wow, what an honor! Thanks for letting us know. Any chance you could scan the article and email it to us? We won’t get February’s issue for a while still.

  18. TVC15

    Sorry no scanner , maybe contact the magazine and have them send you the page ( #14 ) ? after all they should , you are one of the top five classic car web sites of 2012 ! !

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