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Best Barn-Find Collector Car Tales

Tom Cotter is the best-known barn-find collector-car expert working today. Cotter has spent much of his life digging in barns and garages in search of buried automotive treasure, his amazing finds have led to a popular Youtube video series called Barn Find Hunter. In this new book, Cotter brings to light the most amazing, outrageous, and unexpected finds he and his barn-finding brethren have discovered, including a $4M Barn find that includes a Ferrari 275 GTB and an all-original 1966 Shelby Cobra 427 covered in decades of dust and spider webs. See the episode below.



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NAUSTET STOKKOYA BOATHOUSE

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NOTHING LEFT BEHIND

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UNDER RESTAURANT

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