We drag 3 model A fords out of a barn in Ga
going to the crusher
time stands still and the chrome still shines........the crusher patiently
1936 Cadillac V-16 Seven-Passenger Limousine Bullet Proof Barn Find! Time Capsule so cool! Gangster?
Far from a Mustang but way
too cool not to post. 1936 Cadillac V-16 Seven-Passenger Limousine Bullet
Proof Barn Find! Time Capsule soo cool!
Series 60. 452-cid, 185-hp OHV V-16 engine, three-speed manual transmission
Special build limo with inch thick glass and carefully drilled gun ports in
front, side and back windows
In deteriorated condition and ready for a complete full restoration
Chassis no. 5100136
Body Style 6075
Body no. 356
Series 60. 452-cid, 185-hp OHV V-16 engine, three-speed manual
transmission, coil spring independent front suspension, live rear axle with
semi-elliptic leaf springs, and four-wheel vacuum-assisted mechanical drum
brakes. Wheelbase: 154-inches.
At first glance, this car looks like an armored limousine, with inch-thick
glass and carefully-drilled gun ports. On closer examination, however, it
gets more and more curious.
The Cadillac build records call it "Fltwd Limo," body style 6275, number
356, and indicate it was ordered by the Chicago branch on February 21,
1935. Painted Thessalon Green, it had black leather in the front
compartment and Wiese brown vogue weave broadcloth in the rear. Fitted with
six wire wheels, two of them in fender wells, it had a radio in the rear
compartment and a flexible steering wheel. There is a further notation
about "Special Fleetwood Body Order 310," the details of which are lost to
The online Cadillac Data Base, a meticulous compilation by historian Yann
Saunders, gives production figures for Style 6275 as nine in 1934 and just
seven in 1935, exclusive of those given suffixes as sedans, formal
limousines or limousines with increased headroom. The bodies were the same
as the flat-windshield limousine Style 6075, whose Fisher body tags they
1940 Packard 18th Series 1804 Touring Sedan
This is a SUPER rare 1940 Packard 18th Series Super Eight "160" 1804
Touring Sedan from the estate of a huge Packard enthusiast! It is powered
by a 160hp, 356 cubic inch Super Eight with 9 main bearings, and hydraulic
lifters. The transmission is a 3 speed manual column shift with overdrive.
The car has only 46k original miles on it! It has been painstakingly
restored, cared for, and transformed into a dependably driving show quality
work of art! The Packard comes with a a binder full of 1940 articles, ads,
and other Packard memorabilia. The car has absolutely stunning paint,
fantastic chrome and glass, and beautiful interior. It has wood trim,
working gauges, working wipers, working lights and turn signals, and it
even comes with a real mink blanket! The 1940 was the last year of the
luggage rack, and this one comes with a genuine Packard trunk. The engine
was dismantled, sand blasted, clean, and repainted, and restored to like
new condition. This car came with all the options: radio, heater, dual side
mount spares, fog lights with covers, and it has a new set of BFG
Silvertown wide white wall tires installed. The entire car is very ornately
detailed and it's just as luxurious today as it was in 1940! It runs and
Barn find 1927 Buick & 1941 Hudson- Reseda, California
In June of 2010 I was asked to help evaluate and uncover a rather unique
group of classic cars; one of which had be sitting since just after World
War 2. In fact there was an original WW2 Navy uniform still sitting in the
back seat. More rare cars came of hiding that fortuitous day. I was lucky
enough to recover and bring home a few of these time-forgotten relics.
GTX barn find does 150 foot rubber
Got the car for $800 bucks. threw in a new battery and fired it up. Had no
idea there was only 2,000 miles on a REAL vintage Keith Black rebuild under
the hood. we were pretty damn surprised.
burned out spark plug wire causing the miss.