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Barn finds are the automotive equivalent of buried treasure, but also vestiges of an automotive life not lived. And they come in all forms, from cars preserved in showroom new condition to decrepit relics ready for a careful restoration. Our own Barn Find Hunter, Tom Cotter, never seems to run out of new places to discover forgotten collectibles. And there are even more leads he can’t chase down. That’s where you come in. Use this space to share your stories of that Shelby Cobra at the end of the rainbow.
Colin Comer’s business is buying and selling classic cars, which means he knows a lot about prices, restoration, and automotive history. This is your chance to get some free advice, or at least opinions, from our Hagerty Magazine columnist.
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