The popularity of barn finds and survivor hot rods has created a whole new segment of the hot rod hobby. Cars with history are much more interesting than something built in the modern era, but we had to convince Charles Berry that his ’34 Plymouth, his high school hot rod, was a really special piece
Read the rest of Tommy’s article here
Possibly the biggest barn find collection ever is up for sale, see the article from Jesse Kleib at Speed Society here
See the collection below on YouTube
My friend John has another barn find Model A on it’s way across the pond.
It’s expected early in the New Year, here’s a sneak preview!
Those of you that have visited the blog before will have seen the post regarding the 1929 Model A Tudor Barn Find that John imported a while back. After some considerable mechanical fettling she’s now a driver!
Update on John’s barn find, popped over to see him today, and he’s happily working away on getting the latest find on the road!
Latest Pictures From the UK
Original pictures from the States
My good friend Mr Cochran has another really cool Model A barn find.
This time it’s a 1929 Tudor that was sat under a lean to for 25 years!
These pictures are from the previous owners in the States, hope to take some here in the UK soon
My friend John has another one of his barn finds on the way to the UK from the USA. This time it’s a sedan and has not run since 1966! It’ll be interesting to go and take a look when it lands!
My friend John currently has an interesting 1929 A Pickup project freshly arrived from the States. Please drop me a message if you are interested?
My friend has recently imported this 1929 Tudor from the USA, hadn’t run since 1964. A few little adjustments and it runs and drives a treat. It’s a real barn find/survivor!!
You can see the mileages scratched on the dashboard, and you can also see a graffiti style date scratched into the rear quarter panel, great patina
From Barn Finds barnfinds.com/
It’s only been a few months since we featured a massive collection of classics that Alan F came across in North Carolina. Well, he has managed to hunt down another horde of cars hiding in North Carolina. This find isn’t nearly as massive as the last one, but there are still plenty of cars here. According to Alan, the owner wants to get rid of everything. Alan offered to help sell it all on eBay, but the owner doesn’t trust computers and decided to just keep offering everything locally. The owner hopes to find homes for everything, but isn’t over the idea of scrapping it all. I would hate to see all these cars and parts crushed for scrap, but if the seller isn’t willing to sell online that might be what ends up happening. Thanks Alan for sharing your find with us!
Read more at http://barnfinds.com/another-collection-discovered-in-nc/#GMFqTEB2kKuPRKOK.99