British Barn Finds

Solid British Classic: 1967 Austin Healey 3000

If you are looking for a classic British sports car for a restoration project, then this Austin-Healey 3000 might be a great candidate. While it may not… more»

Restore Or Part Out? 1976 Triumph TR6

The TR6 has always been my favorite vehicle out of the Triumph TR range. The squarer styling and deeply offset wheels with chrome trim rings make the… more»

Lean To Find: 1966 Lotus Elan Coupe

Although I have owned and driven many British sports cars, I’ve never been for a ride in an original Lotus Elan. However, I’ve heard that it’s one… more»

Cheapest Jaguar XK120 On The Market?

Barn Finds reader Doc just sent in this Jaguar with the title “maybe the cheapest XK120 in the world”. The $12k asking price may not seem cheap… more»

Poor Man’s Rolls Royce: 1970 Rover 3500S

The owner of this Rover 3500S refers to it as a “poor man’s Rolls Royce.” That seems a bit harsh because these are a nice car in… more»

British Forces: Shorland Armored Patrol Car

When it comes to former military vehicles, many of the ones we feature have been “neutered”, in a way, with their hardcore firepower already removed. That’s not… more»

1969 Jaguar E-Type Barn Find Uncovered In NY

Reader Victor L recently sent us the story of his barn find and it’s a cool one. While it’s not Shelby GT350H, it is a beautiful Jaguar… more»

Texas Classic Jag: 1971 Jaguar XKE

Released in 1961, the Jaguar E-Type (or XKE) caused a sensation from day one. This was a British car that was designed to take on the sports… more»

V12 Drop-Top: 1992 Jaguar XJS Convertible

While the XJS was a distinct departure in styling from its predecessor, the E-Type, these cars proved to be capable grand touring cars in their own right…. more»

1 of 63: 1953 Allard K-3

This 1953 Allard K3 has undergone what the owner refers to as a museum-grade restoration, and is now ready to move on to a new owner. One… more»

Fully Depreciated: 1989 Rolls-Royce Silver Spirit

Now here’s one you don’t see on Barn Finds every day? This car is doctor-owned and is described as 9.9 out of 10 for the interior and exterior… more»

Sitting Since ’84: 1960 MGA Roadster

Introduced in 1955, the MGA was the replacement for the MG TF. Because its styling and engineering followed distinctly different paths to its predecessors, the car was… more»

Dusty & Crusty: British And German Group Find

There must be one heck of a story that allowed these cars to just sit in Rocky Mount, North Carolina for long enough that they look like… more»

By Jimini! 1971 Plymouth Cricket Survivor

This cute little British sports sedan was produced by the Rootes Group in the UK and marketed there as the Hillman Avenger. We bought a brand new… more»

Shed Find: 1964 Jaguar Mk. II

I always like seeing the “before” pictures when someone uncovers a barn find and we surely have a set of those in the advertisement for this 1964… more»

Viable Restoration Project: 1955 MG TF

When I saw this MG TF, the first thing that caught my eye was the color. I was pretty sure that it wasn’t original, and reading the… more»

Cheap Roller: Rolls Royce Silver Spirit

In the annals of bad ideas could there be a worse idea than that of buying a cheap Rolls Royce? Here’s your chance to find out with… more»

Racer or Restoration? 1956 Austin Healey 100/4

The new owner of this 1956 Austin Healey is faced with a few interesting options for this project, and it will be interesting to see what path… more»

Stored Ten Years: 1971 Lotus Europa

Classic British car fans will occasionally dredge up the old “Lots Of Trouble-Usually Serious” description when referring to Lotus sports cars. Was that in the back of… more»

Stored Since 1970: 1958 MGA

The seller of this third-year production 1958 roadster says he bought the car out of the barn of the original owner with 37,000 miles on the clock…. more»

Awesome Hoard: Various Small Cars

Exploring this collection of small cars from mostly obscure brands would be fun. There are 45 vehicles from primarily European and Japanese carmakers in a barn for… more»

Major Project: 1954 Jaguar XK120 SE

Jaguar XK120 project cars don’t come along every day but when they do, the buy-in is rarely low. A 1954 XK120 with the optional high output SE… more»

Lotus Twin Cam: 1974 Jensen-Healey Roadster

A true British sports car, this 1974 Jensen-Healey roadster has 7,940 miles shown on the odometer, however, that has more than likely rolled over once and sits… more»

Lost Storage Space: 1959 Berkeley SE492

At a time in England when “men in sheds” produced a number of now-obscure cars, Berkeley gained a reputation for building fun-to-drive sports cars at budget-friendly prices…. more»