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Classics Check Out 10 of the Rarest Barn Find Mustangs of All Time

09:14  02 november  2016
09:14  02 november  2016 Source:   hotrod.com

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There’s barn find Mustangs and then there’s rare Mustang barn finds . What we have here is ten of the rarest Mustang barn finds seen in a long time . Imagine lifting the ‘65’s hood for its first time in many years and feeling the resistance of stiff rusted hinges mixed with the smell of aged engine oil

Check out these three HOT ROD–Approved Barn - Find Projects Under ,000 we found online. Barn finds are unique as they’re like wooden time capsules This month we bring you a Ford ad we found for the new-for-1970 Mustang Mach I, which appeared in the April 1970 Check Out 10 of the Rarest .

005 Greatest Barn Finds Mustang 1969 Sports Roof© Provided by Hotrod 005 Greatest Barn Finds Mustang 1969 Sports Roof

There are barn finds and then there are rare barn finds. What we have here are ten of the rarest Mustang barn finds we’ve seen in a long time. And remember, not every old Mustang proclaimed to be a barn find was necessarily found in a barn. There are some Mustangs that were discovered in the garage of a mansion in Beverly Hills, or parked in front of a gas station with a for sale sign in the windshield. One reason that “barn find” has become such a popular title to describe discovering a long-neglected Mustang is that it fits nicely on the cover of a magazine. Think about how much room it would take on the cover of a magazine to print “Rare Old Abandoned Mansion Discovery,” or “Gas Station Parking Lot Rarities Revealed” in comparison to stacking two four letter words on the cover.

Rare Barn Find: 1970 Ford Mustang Boss 302

  Rare Barn Find: 1970 Ford Mustang Boss 302 Rare Barn Find: 1970 Ford Mustang Boss 302 “The car was pretty much in the middle of a barn, ironically in the same position as your cover car—Shinoda’s prototype Boss.” Chase VanDyne was referring to the cover of my latest Rare Finds book—Jerry Heasley’s Rare Finds, Mustangs & Fords. The cover car was Larry Shinoda’s white ’69 Boss 302 prototype. VanDyne’s barn find was a ’70 Boss 302, white like the famous Shinoda prototype. Seven weeks later, VanDyne made a phone call to Mike Kline and heard a question he didn’t expect, “When you going to pick up the car?” “Does this mean we have a deal?” VanDyne replied.

Check out these three HOT ROD–Approved Barn - Find Projects Under ,000 we found online. Barn finds are unique as they’re like wooden time capsules This month we bring you a Ford ad we found for the new-for-1970 Mustang Mach I, which appeared in the April 1970 Check Out 10 of the Rarest .

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Not only does Barn Find fit on a cover nice and neat, the term Barn Find evokes nostalgic connotations. Think Springtime Yellow 1965 Mustang 2+2 fastback with a Pony interior at rest in a barn with hay bales on the floor, and an old 8N Ford tractor parked alongside of it. Imagine lifting the ‘65’s hood for its first time in many years and feeling the resistance of stiff rusted hinges mixed with the smell of aged engine oil and varnished gasoline. Next think about the excitement of discovering a K in the VIN code and black wrinkle-painted Cobra valve covers in place under a rat’s nest of hay and sleeping bag cotton. And without further ado, here’s our 10 Rarest Barn Finds.

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001 Greatest Barn Finds Mustang 1970 Boss 302© Provided by Hotrod 001 Greatest Barn Finds Mustang 1970 Boss 302

Rare Barn Find: 1970 Ford Mustang Boss 302

Man finds $180K Dodge Charger Daytona rusting away in barn

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The odometer for this barn find 1970 Ford Mustang Boss 302 stood at 31,000-odd miles. The paint was original. The car was in great condition.

Follow this link to a white 1970 Ford Mustang Boss 302 with slightly over 30,000 miles on the clock

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1967 Ford Mustang 390 GT Fastback Barn Find

An enthusiast spotted the rear end of a 1967 Ford Mustang 390 GT fastback in the back of the structure, out of the reach of the sun and rain.

Follow this link to this red 2+2 Ford Mustang 390 GT from North Carolina.

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Barn Find 1969 Ford Mustang Shelby G.T. 500 is a Diamond in the Rough

Sadly the unrestored photos of this super fine 1969 Mustang Shelby GT500 aren’t here in the story, but on the bright side checkout how nice the ‘69 looks after it underwent a nut and bolt restoration.

Three HOT ROD–Approved Barn-Find Projects Under $5,000

  Three HOT ROD–Approved Barn-Find Projects Under $5,000 Check out these three HOT ROD–Approved Barn-Find Projects Under $5,000 we found online.Barn finds are unique as they’re like wooden time capsules: a project car stuffed in the corner, a forgotten collection, a lost race car—there’s plenty of story to be found behind some of these barn finds. That said, they also attract big auction prices when there’s a mass of attention on barn find, which tends to inflate the prices that people regularly see. While you can’t buy a running beater Tri-Five Chevy for $500 anymore, you can still find unique project cars for not a lot of money.

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There’s barn find Mustangs and then there’s rare Mustang barn finds . What we have here are ten of the rarest Mustang barn finds we’ve seen in a long time . And remember, not every old Mustang proclaimed to be a barn find was necessarily found in a barn .

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1969 Ford Mustang Mach 1 - Rare Finds

This incredible Mach 1 was found in a real old barn in the Missouri hills.

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There’s barn find Mustangs and then there’s rare Mustang barn finds . What we have here are ten of the rarest Mustang barn finds we’ve seen in a long time . And remember, not every old Mustang proclaimed to be a barn find was necessarily found in a barn .

Check Out 10 of the Rarest Barn Find Mustangs of All Time Rare ‘ barn find ’ Ferrari sells for mill – Newsglobal24. 730 x 473 jpeg 120 КБ. barnfinds .com. Ultra- Rare 1953 Muntz Jet Barn Find .

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It’s Groovy, Baby! Rare 1969 Mustang SportsRoof Barn Find

How many 1969 Sports Roof Mustangs came with a hood scoop and a 250-inch six-cylinder? This one did.

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Written by John Gilbert on March 23, 2016 10 Rare Barn Finds There are barn finds and then there are rare barn finds . What we have here are ten of the rarest Mustang barn finds we've seen in a long time . And remember, not every old Mustang proclaimed to be a barn find was necessarily

Rare 1969 Mustang SportsRoof Barn Find . Judy agreed, but didn’t get back to him until two weeks before Thanksgiving 2015. Check out this vintage ad for the 1971 Ford Mustang Mach 1. It appeared in the April 1970 issue of Motor Trend. Research ford mustang See All Model Years See

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1967 Ford Mustang GT500 Fastback Rare Find at the OK Corral

Here’s the Holy Grail of Mustang barn finds a real 1967 Shelby G.T. 500 with all the right stuff.

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The Most Amazing 1970 Chevelle SS396 Barn Find Ever is Headed to the Russo and Steele Auction

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There’s barn find Mustangs and then there’s rare Mustang barn finds . What we have here are ten of the rarest Mustang barn finds we’ve seen in a long time . And remember, not every old Mustang proclaimed to be a barn find was necessarily found in a barn .

Finding a rare Mustang unexpectantly doesn't happen often, but these ten rare barn finds are some of the best stories we've heard. Who doesn’t dream of finding a rare car, covered in dust, buried in a barn and waiting to be restored? Well, for a few lucky Mustang enthusiasts, that’s what happened.

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Barn-Find and Fast Fords

This one is a sad story of a man that filled many barns with a lot of great project cars and then fate took its toll. Would you call the light blue paint on this 351-powered Mustang, Production Blue?

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BMW M1 Supercar Barn Find Emerges After 34 Years in Storage

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Check Out 10 of the Rarest Barn Find Mustangs of All Time . Follow this link to a white 1970 Ford Mustang Boss 302 with slightly over 30,000 miles on the clock. Follow this link to this red 2+2 Ford Mustang 390 GT from North Carolina.

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Wow! Huge Collection of Ford Cars, Trucks, and Parts

How’s this for an early Mustang 2+2 barn find in Poppy Red? Also a gold 1970 Torino station wagon plus a plethora of Fox body Mustangs grazing in a field of dreams.

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1964-1/2 Ford Mustang Convertible - Rare Finds

Here’s a 1964 ½ Mustang convert with a D-code 289 under its hood.

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1967 Ford Mustang Hardtop - Rare Finds

That’s got to be rare. This 1967 Mustang is a Lone Star Special complete with Ford stamping the wrong paint code into the VIN tag.

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BMW M1 Supercar Barn Find Emerges After 34 Years in Storage .
A BMW M1 hiding away in a garage in southern Italy has seen the light for the first time in more than three decades, according to Mint Classics, a BMW specialist shop and showroom in Berlin. Research Research New Used New & Used Make (e.g. Mazda) Model (e.g. MAZDA3) Hiding under a thick layer of dust, some assorted trash, and 34 years worth of neglect, this M1 has an embarrassingly low number of miles on the clock-roughly 4,500, or 7,329km. Mint Classics' photos reveal damage-free bodywork and a time capsule-like interior.

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