What’s in Mike H’s Barn?

Mike H's Barn

Mike has been a fan of Barn Finds for a while now, but has just now gotten around to sending in some photos of what is in his own barn. Like many of us here, Mike has a deep appreciation for unusual and oddball cars. His collection has several cars that will leave most scratching their heads, so he thought that identifying his cars should make for a fun challenge. All I have to say to Mike is, challenge accepted! Be sure to look at the rest of his photos to see all of his collection. Good luck guys and be sure to post your answers below! A special thanks goes to Mike for sharing his barn with us!

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Comments

  1. jack looney

    46 Hudson, Peugeot 502, Peugeot 302, Morris Minor, Citroen 2CV,

    • Anthony Anthony

      I NEED the 2-CV.

  2. DT

    P-302,MM,2CV,4CV,CJ,46Super 6,.34 Hudson Coupe

  3. MikeW

    None of his cars do anything for me, it’s the barn! I would love to have it and I would fill it up with Mustangs, Edsels and other Fords.

    • Brian

      I like the cars, the barn, plus the Mustangs, Edsels … any way you go, you can’t go wrong! Horse and cow storage is such a waste of barn space!

  4. Mark E

    What?!?? Nobody sees the JEEP?!?? o_0

  5. Carlos in San Diego

    I like that unfinished ragtop Topolino in the corner.

  6. jim s

    7 vehicles and room for more equals a very nice barn. i like all the cars i see and would have a hard time picking which one to drive first. the jeep would make a good back up plan. thanks very much for sharing.

  7. FRED

    all i can say is mike is one lucky guy to have all those cars and a barn as nice as that to keep them all in. thanks for sharing mike and good luck …

  8. MikeH

    My hat’s off to DT for recognizing the coupe–and the year. It’s not a Hudson but a ’34 Terraplane, built by Hudson. And the Hudson is a Commodore, not a super six. The guys on this site are really, really good.

    The cars are: ’38 Peugeot 402, 59 Morris Minor, ’56 Citroen 2CV, ’54 Peugeot 203, ’84 Jeep CJ7, ’46 Hudson Commodore, ’34 Terraplane, and an ’84 Peugeot 505 in the shop. All run and drive except the 2CV and that restoration has started since the pics.

    • DT

      Very nice collection,I figured out later, what I thought was a renault was a pugeot. And when I was typing ,I was thinking it could be a Terraplane.Seems like most people like your cars,everyone loves your shop!

  9. William Henshaw

    Beautiful collection Mike, I have to admit that I would only have guessed a couple of them correctly. There is one thing that realy floored me and I was hoping to get an explanation. The red car with the split rear window, that sounds stupid it’s the only red car, it has a most unusual looking paint job. What is that called? How is it done? It looks amazing.

    • MikeH

      Hi William–it’s only the poor lighting that makes it look different. It is just your standard
      basecoat/clearcoat.

  10. ken demerling

    love the collection and I understand it. My first car was a Lloyd Alexander and my second was a 59 DKW

  11. Dominique legeai

    Jeep , Peugeot 203, Peugeot 302, Morris Minor, Citroen 2cv, Hudson coupe, and others

    • MikeH

      Dominique–You are right. The red car with the split window is actually a 402 legere [light]. It is a 302 body with the 2L engine of the 402. The 402 was the larger car.. It was a sport model, really a 302, but called a 402 Legere. Good eye!

  12. William Henshaw

    Amazing, it looks like the car was carved from mahogany.

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