A Barn Find Uncovers Hidden Gems in North Carolina
After years and years of collecting, it’s time for one man to start divvying up his stockpile of vintage cars.*sigh*
Spotted by the guys over at Barnfinds, an anonymous seller located in North Carolina is looking to clean house and sell off all his vehicles. No, there don’t appear to be any new-old stock classics like the one-mile Chevy Cameo from the Lambrecht collection, but we do see a few gems we wouldn’t mind polishing up.
Why can't I make a find like this?
In the comments, it's pointed out that with the lack of proper storage, combined with outdoor living, there's a pretty strong possibility that anything even remotely fragile (hoses, wires, etc.) is gone and potentially filled with generations of rodentia. That's a distinct possibility: I stored a 1983 Cadillac Coupe DeVille on my property in MA for several years while waiting/hoping for inspiration/extra cash for a restoration project (it was summarily sold for scrap after TheBoy was born, basically on the solid premise that it contained approximately 9 billion bees/wasps/hornets and more rats than NIMH...).
Would still be neat as all get-out to go take a look at what's there...
That is all.