There is no Gearhead that can stay still when someone shouts the words Barn Find. Whoever has experienced it, knows that barn finds act like time machines that take you right into a history written by attention-grabbing classic cars. So far, we have witnessed several legendary barn finds, including the epic one in the Midwest and the most recent one related to the ultimate Mopar hero, the one and only Dodge Charger. However, today is Texas turn to show what it got! Antonio Bruner is the lucky guy who detected no more no less but 5 prewar barn find cars and one `37 Kozy Coach Travel trailer (used only twice), which were gathering dust for more than 4 decades in one local Texas barn.
Although we already named this adventure as a “barn find”, the owner of the garage is pretty sure of what he has, but he decided to put his beloved ones on an auction on June 12 at Indianapolis Motor Speedway. Their price is expected to be at least $700,000! So, except the Kozy Coach trailer, this barn hides a Cadillac 370B with a V-12 engine Victoria Convertible more than 83 years old. This one is expected to reach the highest bid. However, the oldest classic among these barn find cars dates from 1908 and it`s a matter of the REO Model G Boattail Roadster-Sedan Tonneau. Finally, the rest of the crew consists of a classic 1933 Cadillac Model 370C with the V12 engine Town Coupe and an astonishing 1938 Cadillac Series 90 V16 Fleetwood Limousine. The magnificent 1923 Milburn Electric Model 27L is the last one that will definitely cause you goosebumps! So, hesitate no more, click on the video below and get ready to travel back in time!
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