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Cool Barn Find
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http://blogs.driving.ca/2013/01/28/barn-...ed-in-u-k/

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Ken

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#2
Man, could you imagine walking into a barn and finding something like that? Very cool car!
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#3
All I ever find in old barns are old brown rocks! Tongue

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#4
CZ-75;108785 Wrote:Man, could you imagine walking into a barn and finding something like that?

A friend of mine walked himself into the ownership of a Facel Vega Excellence Saloon (with a seized block) that way. Pretty interesting find, stateside.

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#5
I found a complete 30's cadillac while hunting once and it looked like it had been there since the 50's. The owner saw me and ran me off
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#6
That's a LOT cooler than anything I've pulled out of a barn, other than my 67 XR7 cougar, that I left in the barn..
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#7
I once found a 1955 Ford F-350 next to a barn once. I had it taken to my home but I gave it away after a while as I got screwed by our laws.
You cannot register a car that you "find" in my country. It is completely impossible. So, even if you were to buy a barn that was full of abandoned Shelbys, you could only send them to the crusher or sell them in parts.
We need a sales contract from last owner. Last owner means last person the car was registered to.
That means that if someone of you guys were to sell his Mach to a European (let's call him Joe) who brings it over to Europe and sells it to me, I could not get the car registered, unless Joe has it registered in his name before he sells it to me.
Only exception would be a dealership. They can act as intermediates but I would need to show their accreditations as dealers and such.
But other than that, no registration.
Also that thing that you guys call a "clean title" does not exist here and an American one will not be accepted.
Here's a pic of the F-350 next to my Mustang before it was restored (in my old garage that I no longer have).


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#8
I found my 73 convertible in a barn, but I'm the one that stored it there for many years.

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Mike AKA Ole Pony & Rare Pony

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luxstang;108950 Wrote:I once found a 1955 Ford F-350 next to a barn once. I had it taken to my home but I gave it away after a while as I got screwed by our laws.
You cannot register a car that you "find" in my country. It is completely impossible. So, even if you were to buy a barn that was full of abandoned Shelbys, you could only send them to the crusher or sell them in parts.
We need a sales contract from last owner. Last owner means last person the car was registered to.
That means that if someone of you guys were to sell his Mach to a European (let's call him Joe) who brings it over to Europe and sells it to me, I could not get the car registered, unless Joe has it registered in his name before he sells it to me.
Only exception would be a dealership. They can act as intermediates but I would need to show their accreditations as dealers and such.
But other than that, no registration.
Also that thing that you guys call a "clean title" does not exist here and an American one will not be accepted.
Here's a pic of the F-350 next to my Mustang before it was restored (in my old garage that I no longer have).

WOW! That stinks! Angry

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OLE PONY;109022 Wrote:I found my 73 convertible in a barn, but I'm the one that stored it there for many years.

That does not count! That's cheating! Tongue

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