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ClassicsTom Of Barn Find Hunter Restores A Junkyard Country Sedan

19:05  22 july  2019
19:05  22 july  2019 Source:   motorious.com

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Tom Cotter of Barn Find Hunter gets to do a lot of amazing things, and in Episode 60 he restores a car he found back in Episode 34 rotting in a Texas junkyard . The car in question is a two-door 1960 Ford Country Sedan . It was sitting on a lot with plenty of other promising classics, mostly Fords

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Left for dead, this wagon has a new lease on life.

Just about every gearhead has dreamed of finding a dusty old classic car they lovingly bring back from the dead. It’s a great fantasy of bringing out the value of something someone else has essentially thrown away. Even the first Fast & Furious movie plays off this emotion. Tom Cotter of Barn Find Hunter gets to do a lot of amazing things, and in Episode 60 he restores a car he found back in Episode 34 rotting in a Texas junkyard.

The car in question is a two-door 1960 Ford Country Sedan. It was sitting on a lot with plenty of other promising classics, mostly Fords, which had been used as parts donors.  Something drew Tom to that particular Ford, which he quickly realized had good bones and excellent paint under a thick patina.

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To give viewers a taste of what it’s like to find an old car that’s been neglected and bring it all the way back to its former glory, Hagerty and Tom decided to buy the Country Sedan and give it a full restoration. Fortunately, most of the parts needed were already in the yard, thanks to the Ford collection that had accumulated.

Viewers should be impressed by the results. While Tom had plenty of help, which accelerated the project greatly, it shows what patience, skill, and determination can do when you have an old classic which looks like junk but has potential.

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In this episode of " Barn Find Hunter ," Tom Cotter gets to carry out his childhood dream by reviving a desert junkyard car. Follow along as Tom walks you through the restoration process of a 1962 Ford Country Sedan he found .

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Among the incredible details is the fact they didn’t have to repaint the Ford at all. It shines almost to perfection now, demonstrating that a quality paint job can live on for quite some time. The wagon was engine-less before, but now it’s powered by a 390ci V8 with about 325 horsepower on tap.

If you’re starting a project or are in the middle of one and you’re feeling frustrated, this episode of Barn Find Hunter is quite inspirational. Just remember you’re helping to preserve automotive history and saving a cool car from being crushed.

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Barn Find Hunter Bids Farewell to ’62 Ford Wagon.
Tom also visits what he calls Automotive Woodstock. If you’re not watching Tom Cotter work his magic on Barn Find Hunter, it’s time to start catching up. Episode 63 is just packed with goodness, including the final goodbye for the 1962 Ford Country Sedan, a beautiful wagon Tom found a while ago. Road tripping from Texas to Kansas through the American heartland, Tom uncovers even more gems.

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