Another Barn find without the barn!
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59 caddy barn find
sitting since 1972, theres more videos to come on this one, its neat to go
through these old barn finds and see what was intombed in the glove box and
trunk. Found a reciept for the repaint job, it was the $39 special but with
the extras those paint crooks at earl schieb gouged these people for $101.
But I guess if you drive a Caddy, you can afford to blow $100 on a paint
job, must be nice???
Forgotten Volkswagen Single Cab
How does an old Volkswagen Single Cab get buried under 3 feet of dirt?
Took 45 years to bury this Volkswagen and almost 2 days to dig it out.
Have a look. Took the Syncro for a Sunday drive and spotted an old single
cab in the foothills outside Idaho Falls. This is nine hours worth of
digging condensed into a 15 minute video. It had been sitting in a wash
since 1967. It was buried under two feet of dirt but it's extremely rust
free given the circumstances. The drop gates hadn't seen the light of day
for 45 years. IF YOU HAVE A VOLKSWAGEN THAT NEEDS RESCUED OR KNOW OF ONE
GIVE US A CALL AT (208)200-6053. We also consign Volkswagens if you have
one you want to sell. Thanks Skeeters.
Thanks for all the phone calls and emails about Forgotten VW's that we have
received. This video has helped rescue several abandoned and otherwise
forgotten VW's that may have been left for dead including a very cool 1960
VW Double Cab that we got out of Missouri that had been sitting since 1965.
We also recently returned from Mission Viejo California where we picked up
a 1961 SO-23 Westfalia. This bus had been sitting since 1980. We got a
tip on that bus after someone saw the Forgotten Single Cab video. Give us
a call today if you know of one. Thanks again. Skeeters (208)200-6053
Music by http://www.danosongs.com Big Thanks to Danosongs for the awesome
royalty free music that really made this video. Buy "Crawled out of a
1955 Buick Special Barn Find
The storage for some old vehicles has been lost, the property was sold,
hence the barn must be cleared for the new owners. This '55 Buick was
sitting the corner, minus rear wheels and axle shafts, we saw the
differential gears were missing, hence the disassembled unit. The ceiling
was low in the barn, thus we used the car dolly, after jacking up the rear
end of the car carefully. With 1 tire completely flat (what a wrestling
act!) and the other one pretty low, the car was finally coaxed out of the
barn, into the light after umpteen years. Thanks to Josh showing up to do
his chores and helping us to safely get the car back up the road by helping
to secure the car tightly to the dolly, then using his Kubota tractor with
the flashing signals to ward off cars speeding up the road. It was quite
the setup we had pulling the car backwards, myself steering like an old
hook and ladder firetruck to help the car around curves and turns.
Gasolene S02E01 Barn Find
Gasolene is a unique car focused television program for the car enthusiast,
a real car show. Together Presenter Glenn Everitt and Producer Michael
Curson combine years of knowledge in the automotive industry & car
enthusiast scene to deliver an informative, exciting & action packed show.
Tune in to the car show you've all been waiting for on 4ME Australia Wide,
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Best Barn Find of the Year '59 VW PU
This 1959 VW Truck was found near Walsenburg Colorado.
Phil, the old timer I got it from used to drive it daily to tend his
booths at a local flea market for more than twenty years, twenty years ago.
One big concern he had was a bullet hole in the drivers door. I assured
him it was nothing. It had no motor when I found it, but trans and gear
reduction axel were there and good. It was about a dozen different colors,
and had a half hearted start at body work. "No Rust!" I found a 35 horse,
"50k" miles motor in denver for $300, bolted it up and it started right up.
I sold it to a young girl from Denver. Hope she's got it looking good
Sorry for crap video, didn't know I would make a video when I shot this.
This is my first video, just want to see what can be done, and how to do
it. I have a lot to learn, thanks for your help, patience, and interest.
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.
1966 Buick Convertible Barn Find Rescue, Part 1
This is the story of a '66 Buick Special convertible that had been
abandoned in Arizona in 1978 by the family of Rick Pewe, editor of 4-Wheel
& Off-Road magazine. In 2011, the guys from HOT ROD Magazine, in
conjunction with Rick, spent four days bringing the car back from the dead
with plans to drive it home from Phoenix to Los Angeles. This is part 1,
with the hacking fun the guys had rescuing the car. Look for part two,
loaded with road-trip hilarity. The story is printed in the September 2011
issue of HOT ROD Magazine.
We drag 3 model A fords out of a barn in Ga
Barn finding a 1917 Chevrolet V8 and Classic Wooden Boat
Corky Coker found this very rare early V8 Chevrolet chassis and early 1950s
runabout in North Alabama. Finding them was the first challenge, now
getting them out of the basement of this old Chevrolet dealership is the
Chevrolet's first attempt at building a V8 in 1917 and 1918 put a
water-cooled overhead valve V8 on the road nearly 40 years before the
introduction of the legendary small block V8. The engine feature exposed
valve train components protected by a simple metal shield. The engine
cranked out a ground-pounding 36 horsepower. The Series D
Chevrolet that the engine was equipped in was a slow seller in showrooms
and quickly went out of production. This very rare example of a complete
Series D chassis was used as a showroom display at the now closed Word
Chevrolet in Scottsboro, Alabama for many years before going into basement
storage as seen here.
The Century Boat Company was started in Milwaukee, Wisconsin in 1926 and
was a leading builder of racing boats in the United States. The company
also built thousands of vessels for the US Navy during World War II, but it
was recreational runabouts and the larger cruisers that have been the
mainstay of the company ever since. The Century brand has changed hands
many time throughout the years, most recently being purchased back from
Yamaha and based in Dade, City Florida in the United States. This early
1950s boat was purchased new in 1953 by Jake Word and was enjoyed for over
a decade before maintenance forced the boat off the water into the basement
storage. The boat still bears it's most recent permit on the bow issued in
1962. This 19 foot runabout (likely a 'Resorter' model) is a classic wood
boat with a Continental six-cylinder engine that produces 125 horsepower.
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