Totally 100% Original 1980 Trans Am Survivor Barn/Yard Find Sat for 20 Years
This video is the actual first time seeing this car for myself. It was pulled out from the original owners back yard and pulled to a friends home until I could get there. This day it was 102 degrees outside so sorry for all of the puffing going on. This car was going to be scrapped after a mechanic came to see it and he said this car will never run. Well he was totally mistaken. Car sat outside for 18 years and its still not a rust bucket.. We got it running and now working on the carb. UPDATE. WE REBUILT THE CARB TWICE AND REPLACE THE GAS TANK, ALL GAS LINES, SPARK PLUGS WATER PUMP, RADIATOR AND 3 BENT PUSH RODS AND 2 BROKEN ONES. SHE NOW IS A DAILY DRIVER AND RUNS LIKE NEW AND BURNS NO OIL. I HAVE PUT OVER 4,000 MILES ON HER IN THE LAST 3 MONTHS WITH NO ISSUES WHATSOEVER. GO TO MY PAGE AND YOU WILL SEE THE OTHER VIDS OF HER PROGRESS
My Barn Find Being Brought Home!
Car was sitting in a barn for 12 years on a dirt floor in which it sunk into and just got ruined, needs some work eh? its a 1976 Pontiac Trans-am Factory 400 6.6 3Speed auto with factory air and most of the rare fixens for that year, its all there but is it worth restoring? thanks for watching!
BARN FIND! 1968 Dodge Charger R/T #s Matching 440
THIS CAR HAS BEEN SOLD BUT WE HAVE MORE RARE CARS AVAILABLE, CONTACT LMM1225 (at) GMAIL (dot) COM FOR MORE INFO. Found in a barn in Eastern Colorado, it had been sold new in Denver. The car is in need of a total restoration but is a very good candidate to put back on the road as it is in very original condition
Circle Line 5- Cincinnati Ghost ship
Kayaking to see the Ghost Ship that is close to Cincinnati Ohio.
In 1902, the Pusey and Jones Corporation built the steel-hulled vessel for Mr. J. Rogers Maxwell as the luxury yacht "CELT". Mr. Manton B. Metcalf later purchased the vessel and renamed her as the "SACHEM". The US Navy acquired the "SACHEM" from Mr. Metcalf in July 1917 for service during World War I and renamed her as the "USS SACHEM" ("SP-192").
Captain Jake Martin's steam powered party boat "SACHEM" from Pier 9, Sheepshead Bay, Brooklyn, NY circa 1934. The Pusey and Jones Corporation built her in 1902 for Mr. J. Rogers Maxwell as the steel-hulled luxury yacht "CELT". Mr. Manton B. Metcalf later purchased her and renamed her as the "SACHEM". The US Navy acquired the "SACHEM" from Mr. Metcalf in July 1917 for service during World War I and renamed her as the "USS SACHEM" (SP-192). During her wartime duties, the Navy assigned her to Thomas A. Edison, who conducted experimental ocean communications work during secret cruises to the Caribbean. She later operated as a harbor patrol craft in the Third Naval District until the US Navy returned her to Mr. Metcalf in February 1919. Mr. Metcalf later sold her to Philadelphia banker Roland L. Taylor.
In 1932, Mr. Taylor sold her to Captain Jacob 'Jake' Martin and she would become one of many yachts purchased during the Great Depression and converted to a party fishing boat. She made regular trips to the fishing grounds off Atlantic City, NJ. Their advertisements ask you to "See the NY Daily News and NY American newspapers for daily sailings or telephone Sheepshead 3-3985". In 1936, Captain Martin replaced her coal-fired boiler with a 750 HP Fairbanks-Morse diesel engine. While the new diesel was more convenient to operate, her speed dropped to 12 knots (she could make 15 knots when she was steam powered.)
The "SACHEM" sailed as a party boat until the start of World War II when the federal government appropriated her (a second time) for the then tidy sum of $65,000. The US Navy again converted her to an armed yacht and used her to patrol the waters off the Florida Keys under the name "PHENAKITE". At the end of the war, the US Navy returned the "SACHEM" to Captain Martin, who promptly sold her to the Circle Line in New York City. She was modified to carry 492 passengers on two decks and renamed the "SIGHTSEER" (she later became the "CIRCLELINE SIGHTSEER" and "CIRCLE LINE V"); and ran sightseeing trips around Manhattan. She was the flagship of the Circle Line fleet and their fastest vessel. At the end of her life, she was stripped of all of her fine mahogany millwork and brass fittings; and was purportedly dismantled in 1984.
During her wartime duties, the Navy assigned her to Thomas A. Edison, who conducted experimental communications work while on secret cruises to the Caribbean. She later operated as a harbor patrol craft in the Third Naval District until the US Navy returned her to Mr. Metcalf in February 1919. Mr. Metcalf later sold the vessel to Philadelphia banker Roland L. Taylor, and in 1932, Mr. Taylor sold her to Captain Jacob 'Jake' Martin. She became one of many yachts purchased at low-cost during the Great Depression and converted to a party fishing boat.
It is truly amazing that someone had the compulsion to sail the "SACHEM" from New York and put it in their back yard in Kentucky. And utterly astounding that they got this 186-foot long vessel so far up the little creek. The story goes like this... After the Circle Line stopped using the vessel for tours, they stripped her of all useful equipment and timber, and removed the pilothouse for use as a ticket sales kiosk. They donated what was left to the Sea Scouts and she wound up sitting idly at a pier at Weehawken, New Jersey. In 1984, it was thought she was dismantled, but it turned out that this was not the end of the story.
The events that took place after that are still unclear, but the vessel was removed from Weehawken and temporary repairs were made. Outfitted with an outboard propulsion unit, the "SACHEM" headed up the Hudson River, traversed the Great Lakes, went through the Chicago Sanitary and Ship Canal, down the Mississippi River and finally up the Ohio River to this Kentucky creek in the late 1980s. The passage took forty days and she has remained there for more than twenty years!
The "Queen of the Fleet" in more ways than one, no matter where she went... As a yacht, as a Navy patrol vessel, as a party fishing boat or as a sight-seeing excursion vessel. She was in service for nearly seventy years and during her tenure, she served an estimated 2.9 million passengers, not to mention serving her country during both World Wars.
Pulling out an old barn find, 1962 Cadillac Coupe.
Pulling out an old barn find, 1962 Cadillac Coupe.
Sitting in the barn since the 1970s.
Sorry to see how rusty the cars gets sitting in Denmark.
This car was even sitting under the ruff.
Maybe it is only for parts?
Indiana Classic Car Barn Find
Purchased from an estate. These cars were in a heated garage since new. They had a caretaker that kept the garage heated at all times.
62 impala convertible field find LS2 6 speed SLEEPER
All original anniversary gold 62 impala SS convertible. Car is powered by 05 gto LS2 with 6 speed trans. Car has full air ride,all wheel disc brakes,12 bolt posi,old school18 replica wheels. Built to take on 2012 Power tour. Boost to come from a mp112 whipple
European and American Vintage Barn Finds
Some sweet old mercedes and lamborghini miuras
These are a bunch of old barn finds I have found from across the internet. Leave a comment if you wish, enjoy
The music in this video is "solitary man" By Johnny Cash. I do not own the rights to this music, and I am making profit from this video in any way.
MUSCLE CAR BARN FIND ON GASOLENE TV, AMAZING, OVER 100 RARE CARS - Part 1,
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Gasolene TV Presenter Glenn Everitt stumbles across a huge old barn in the middle of nowhere after breaking down on his way to a business meeting. You wont believe what he finds inside. From the TV program Gasolene, as broadcast Australia wide on TV4ME digital 74 and Digital 64 Regional. Everforge and Gasolene do not own the rights to Johnny Cash "Ring of fire" or "Halloween theme song".
ABANDONED CLASSIC CARS.
WHY IN THE WORLD WOULD SOMEONE LET THESE CARS RUST TO HELL? I HAVE NO IDEA. WELL ENJOY THE VIDEO. THANKS FOR WATCHING!
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