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Barn Scooter: 1955 Vespa 150

Place your hand into the Mouth of Truth and answer this: have you ever thought about how much fun it might be to own a vintage Italian scooter? If you’ve still got you fingers, get ready to click on… more»

Incredible Back-Story! 1952 Ferrari 340 America

The Russian mystic Rasputin met a grisly end in 1916 after being poisoned, shot, beaten, and thrown into an icy river by those who though he exerted undue influence on Russia’s royal family. If he survived, as some believe,… more»

Throwback: Barn Finds in Monterey

UPDATE – To celebrate Barn Finds’ 10th Anniversary, we are taking a look back at some of the top posts over the years. There were a ton of impressive finds in 2011, but this trio of exotics was possibly… more»

THROWBACK: The Barn Bug Herbie Movie Collection

UPDATE – To celebrate Barn Finds’ 10th Anniversary, we are taking a look back at some of the top posts over the years! If you happen to know the current status of any of these Bugs, please let us… more»

No Reserve Donation: 1971 Fiat 850 Spider

It’s difficult to say why seemingly decent cars and trucks get donated, but there are some standard reasons: the kids didn’t want dad’s project; there were no heirs; the owners were moving and didn’t want to deal with selling… more»

Container Find: Wrecked Lamborghini Countach LP400

We often talk about the fact that every great barn find seems like it could be the last of its kind. Surely, there can’t be any more significant cars or trucks locked away, waiting to be discovered. But time… more»

Entry-Level Drop-Top: 1984 Ferrari Mondial QV Cabriolet

There’s a deep-seated part of me that hates admitting I still want to own a Ferrari someday. For years, I resisted, and I still have zero interest in owning any of the new-fangled models made after the year 2000…. more»

Garage Find: 1987 Alfa Romeo Spider Quadrifoglio

The last iteration of the Alfa Romeo Spider in the U.S. saw it get gradually smoother, helping to better mask the ugly safety bumpers that marred the Graduate when it entered the dark period known as the malaise era…. more»

Italian Barn Find: 1985 Maserati Biturbo 5-Speed

If you’re in the market for an Italian luxury coupe that won’t break the bank, then take a look at this 1985 Maserati Biturbo. This affordable exotic is located in Peoria, Illinois, and listed here on Facebook Marketplace for… more»

Sprint Speciale: 1961 Alfa Romeo Giulietta SS

Though I doubt it’s ever seen a barn, this one certainly is a find. You’re looking at a 1961 Alfa Romeo Giulietta Sprint Speciale. Located in Portland, Oregon, it’s listed here on Hemmings for $125,000. Many thanks to Boot… more»

Rear-Engine Drop Top: 1971 Fiat 850 Spider

Here we have a 1971 Fiat 850 Spider. The 850 was produced from 1964 to 1973 in sedan, coupe, and convertible guises. The 850 series was intended as a replacement for the Fiat 600, which was basically a larger… more»

1 of 117: 1957 Dual-Ghia Convertible

For those who remember the 1950s Chrysler show car, the Firearrow, this automobile is even better! The Dual-Ghia was built between 1956-58 by Dual Motors with only 117 of them ever seeing the light of day. The car was… more»

It’s a Runner: 1982 Maserati Quattroporte

It’s incredibly rare to find a Maserati Quattroporte in running, driving condition that isn’t a restored car or some otherwise one-off survivor. They simply don’t show up as driver-quality cars with some of their common bugs worked out. This… more»

Rare Turbo: 1981 Fiat Spider 2000 Turbo

The 1981 Fiat Spider 2000 Turbo is the factory turbo sports car you have when the factory isn’t involved. The brainchild of Fiat USA, only around 700 examples were produced. They rarely appear on the market today, especially examples… more»

Body Shop Find: 1963 Alfa Romeo Giulia Spider

I have covered Alfa Romeo Giulias here on Barn Finds several times before but upon reading the listing for this 1963 example, my interest was piqued and I decided to dig a bit deeper. That said, let’s take a… more»

Spotless Survivor: 1976 Alfa Romeo GTV

Alfa Romeo has a history of producing some of the most rewarding driver’s cars to ever grace a road anywhere on the planet. Their offerings rarely produce enormous amounts of power, but what they have, they give willingly. Finding… more»