www.CarGuyLuke.com 5/4/14...Just saw this in person yesterday and it blew my mind. In what can be best described as a 2000 sq ft litterbox, I opened this barn to find almost 10 cars that seemed to have been parked 30 years ago...so tightly that it was hard to get between them. The most amazing cars in the lot were an 1958 Edsel Pacer Convertible (1 of 1876 Produced), and a 1966/67 Dodge Charger. Both of these cars appeared to have been in pristine condition when parked. The seller's agent told me that they are in the process of removing the cars from the barn and going though them in preparation for selling them. Amazing!!!


    • Doug N
      Doug N

      Must be a somewhat dry climate. Even in a garage they would rust in a damp area.

      about 1 month ago
    • chief tp
      chief tp

      I can't believe that someone parked old cars in a barn, or that an out of breath smoker would be fascinated by them.

      about 4 months ago
    • Stephen Spilker
      Stephen Spilker

      always wonder why people do this to cars. you either fix them up to drive or you fix them up to sell wtf.

      about 4 months ago
    • D Wnright
      D Wnright


      about 5 months ago
    • Juliet Germanotta
      Juliet Germanotta

      The little red one behind the convertible or beside the Dodge Charger is that available that screams girl car??

      about 5 months ago
    • Randall Rodrigues
      Randall Rodrigues

      Thay need to pull them out and wash them and put them back on the road

      about 5 months ago
    • Mike Meehan
      Mike Meehan

      Great vid wish i hadnt sold my 58 pacer but needs must these cars take a lotta coin to keep running things of beauty tho 😎

      about 6 months ago
    • Melanie Raney
      Melanie Raney In reply to Mike Meehan

      not to mention prying them apart!! Egad what a parking coup (koo)=How did they do it w/o denting them??!!

      about 2 months ago
    • oh just quit it
      oh just quit it

      That is the only old Charger body style I don't like. When I was about 12 there were some around and I thought they were cool but not so much since then. Even so,whoever saved all those cars is to be thanked!

      about 6 months ago
    • Bruce Fisher
      Bruce Fisher

      Of everything in there, I'll take the 61 edsel you never even mentioned (but rubbed the dirt on the windshield of)....they only built a few more than 700 that year total...do you even know what you're looking at..?? The 61s didnt have the horse collar grille... it's worth as much as the any four of the others together...

      about 6 months ago
    • Faulty Brain
      Faulty Brain

      *Send them to the crusher*

      about 8 months ago
    • Berlios

      This is why cats are fucking stupid, they chose to shit on the 1 open convertable:\ ....stupid creatures

      about 9 months ago
    • drwho534

      A ‘thin’ layer of dust? More like a thick layer of grime! LOL How does this happen? A great find though for those willing to restore.

      about 10 months ago
    • Pamela Jaggers
      Pamela Jaggers

      How much for the 59 edsel

      about 11 months ago
    • Michael Walter
      Michael Walter

      Famous last words: "Ran when parked..."

      about 11 months ago
    • Byby Brasil
      Byby Brasil

      Meu deus!! Ondi está essa relíquias ????

      about 1 year ago
    • Steven Grotte
      Steven Grotte

      With all those cats shouldn't be many mice.

      about 1 year ago
    • Morris McKinnon
      Morris McKinnon

      Good luck to anyone wanting to buy any of these. Barn finds like this are finds for a reason, the guy probably want's a fortune for them which is why they been sitting for so long. It's likely you're not the first person to come across these nor the last. The rotten classics you see in open fields were once rust free "barn finds" but never sell because owners think they got gold when really it's just brass. These will probably be moved outside to make room in the barn and that's where they'll stay. I've seen it happen so many times.

      about 1 year ago
    • Robert Haworth
      Robert Haworth In reply to Morris McKinnon

      Yes, that seems to be a "thing" in rural VA. Catch sight of a group of '40s-'50s cars behind somebody's barn, stop by to inquire, and he says, "Oh, I'm not parting with any of these -- gonna get 'em all drivin' someday; they'll be worth a fortune."  Repeat this scenario 4 years later. Then at the 10 year mark. Then at 20, by which time the cars are all half-sunk into the mud and eaten up with rust, engines seized, and the odd windshield smashed from wind damage and accidents involving tractors or grandkids. Another half-dozen restorable classic cars gone to seed and lost, when they could have been saved, and only b/c of somebody's vanity/greed/stupidity.

      about 5 months ago
    • Dr Gabe
      Dr Gabe

      Is this the Edsel jackpot or what?

      about 1 year ago
    • Дмитрий Молодцов
      Дмитрий Молодцов

      Оригенальные автомобили... надеюсь у них есть продолжение...

      about 1 year ago
    • chieftp

      what's with all these "barn finds, garage finds, field finds?" people really need to start doing a better job keeping up with their cars. I've been driving almost 30 years and haven't forgotten one that I've owned yet.

      about 1 year ago
    • Ms. Sonshine
      Ms. Sonshine

      Will take any but my favorites are the convertible and the fastback Charger. Cruising the streets and displaying the convertible at car shows. 💕

      about 1 year ago
    • odd4sout Mapping
      odd4sout Mapping

      Omg how cool is that

      about 1 year ago
    • Thommy Two Toes Times Three
      Thommy Two Toes Times Three

      All these can be found today but usually in the 8 to 12.5 thousand range. The convertible will bring 14 possibly in it's current state. They should keep the Pacer.

      about 1 year ago
    • Andrew Villanueva
      Andrew Villanueva

      Too bad cars should on the road

      about 1 year ago
    • J C
      J C

      HI are those cars been sold already

      about 1 year ago
    • Sandra Carson
      Sandra Carson

      Those gear shift buttins on the wheel were advaced

      about 1 year ago
    • Jay Delancey
      Jay Delancey

      I just bought a 58 Edsel Pacer Vert just like that one....Mine needs more resto than that one though

      about 1 year ago
    • александр курносов
      александр курносов

      спасибо тебе твои видео очень интересны !обожаю американскую классику авто просто супер для своего времени!!!!!!

      about 1 year ago
    • TheExStig

      We do know why you couldn't open the Edsel hood at 4:47. The 'thunk' of the grille on the rear fender of the car in front can be clearly heard exactly one second later. Careful careful.

      about 1 year ago
    • Harold Sites Sr.
      Harold Sites Sr. In reply to TheExStig


      about 1 year ago
    • Lucas M
      Lucas M In reply to TheExStig


      about 1 year ago

      Awesome find, thanks for sharing. Also, please be careful with banging on buttons that haven't been touched in about 40 years. You don't know what's dry rotted of fragile untill you get them out and inspect them.

      about 1 year ago
    • Lucas M
      Lucas M In reply to RICH DISCOVERIES


      about 1 year ago