Top 10 Barn Finds Of 2019!

It has been a great year here at Barn Finds! We have featured some amazing finds over the past 365 days and it’s fun to look back and see which ones were the most popular. So without further ado, here’s the top 10 Barn Finds of 2019!

#10 – The Last Unrestored Triple Black 1969 Corvette L71

Here’s a heart-warming tale of what could be the last unrestored black ’69 L71 Corvettes in existence. This is the stuff of dreams. The story is worth another read, but don’t let it discourage you. Keep hunting and you never know what you might find out there!

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  1. Johnmloghry Johnmloghry Member

    What a year BF gave us. I was in love with so many cars I couldn’t count them all. I’m proud to be the owner of this 1964 Buick Rivieara I bought N.E. Texas in 2011. A one family California car with just 27,000 miles showing on the odometer. I’ve been a lover of cars since I was knee high to a grasshopper. Most of my favorites are pre 70’s Buicks, but not exclusively.
    Thank you Barn finds for a great year and to all the readers posts.
    God bless you all
    God bless America

  2. 86_Vette_Convertible

    So many cars, so little time. Thank you for bringing these items of interest to us.
    Happy New Years everyone.

  3. Bluetec320 Bluetec320 Member

    My vote for best video is the 1980 Ford Fairmont electric car. I just watched it again, and it is hilarious.
    Happy New Year!!

  4. Pat L Member

    The site just gets better and better each year. Keep up the great work and have a Happy New Year!!!
    Pat L.

  5. CanuckCarGuy

    Looks like a few top ten “patina” contenders are hiding in that list as well!

    Safe, happy and healthy 2020 to all.

  6. Bob_in_TN Member

    My thanks to the Barn Finds staff for their fine work. I also appreciate those who provide comments, many of whom offer constructive insight or who have had personal experience with the cars being featured. I’m also amazed when someone has actually seen the vehicle — it happens quite often (I have seen two of the featured vehicles this year).

  7. jerry z

    How can they be only a top 10? There was way too many cars I wanted to buy but couldn’t (one can dream!). Hopefully 2020 I can sell some of my stash of cars and get one of these barn finds!

    I want an old car again.

  8. Howard A Member

    I’m a bit disappointed none of Scotty G’s made the top 10, as far as I’m concerned, all 10 should have been his submissions, but I enjoy all the posts. Thanks for a great site.


    Anyone still following the Wild Cherry Van saga?

    • Aaron has a thread about that van. Interesting read…

    • Bluetec320 Bluetec320 Member

      Just found this on Hagerty from 03/2019. Looks like he is not going to get away with the theft of this van. Unfortunately, it looks like he also destroyed it.

      • Mountainwoodie

        If you follow it through the other articles., you’ll see that a plea deal was cut and the van “savior/thief” is on probation, gets to keep the hulk of the van that was mysteriously stripped after he “restored it, and has to pay the property owner who owned the van, five grand.

        Personally I think he’s lucky. There must be more we don’t know.

  10. Troy s

    I liked all the old Ford muscle posted this year, one GT 500 Shelby really took me back thirty plus years ago. The stash of Trans Am’s was amazing…very rare Super Duty hardly seen and bam, a bunch at once!
    The pink Donna Mills Corvette really freaked out a few readers, so many interesting cars it’s very hard to pick only ten. Toast to twenty-twenty!!


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