Two brothers inherit a lifetime collection, see what they have! | Barn Find Hunter - Ep. 69

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  • Published on Dec 4, 2019
  • Hunting for old Cars is all about connections, finding people who know people who can give you any lead they can think of. In this case, Tom heads to a familiar part of North Carolina where he has hunted before, he reached out to a former guest of "Barn Find Hunter" and he tells Tom about two brothers who have an eclectic collection of cars that were left to them by their Father. It turned out to be a great lead!
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Comments • 755

  • Rich A
    Rich A 3 days ago

    20k for that Buick grand national LOL!

  • April Butler
    April Butler 5 days ago

    ☻☻☻

  • Rudy Ruelas
    Rudy Ruelas 6 days ago

    What were they asking for the 62 thunderbird?

  • mark beals
    mark beals 6 days ago

    Would have been super cool to meet the father that built that business, he must have had quite a passion and love for cars

  • eugene strawberry
    eugene strawberry 8 days ago

    dude prices too high

  • Thomas Beaver
    Thomas Beaver 8 days ago

    Back in high school my buddy's father had a mint original 67 mercury cougar GT that he got from his grandfather. It sat in the driveway because his garage was full of stuff. People would come up and offer him money for it all the time. Last I heard its still sitting in his driveway but now its completely trashed. Its been rotting for about 15 years.

  • Bill Denton
    Bill Denton 9 days ago +2

    It's horrible these old guys just let the cars rot. God knows what vermin have done to the wiring and other soft materials. The owner is more of an automotive crypt keeper than any any kind of collector. The guys who hoard vehicles like this are keeping automotive concentration camps...contentedly watching them waste away. Creepy and Disgusting. Like those cat ladies who have 60 cats in their home and many are starving or diseased. I love it when he says he "restored" a car, yeah right. The host of the show sure has embarrassing gaps in auto knowledge. ID-ing the T-Bird as a '64??? Really? And then thinks it's a 410 ci engine???? That was a Mercury 66-67 engine...the bullet Bird he was looking at was produced from '61-'63 and all that was offered in them during that period was the 390. Anyone who knows Fords at all would know that.

  • deatra locklear
    deatra locklear 10 days ago

    Nothing worth stopping to look at.

  • Francisco Crisantos
    Francisco Crisantos 11 days ago

    It's a definitive beauty of cars

  • Harold Briggs
    Harold Briggs 11 days ago

    Man amazing cars I could spend days here lol

  • JMH
    JMH 11 days ago

    It's doubtful that he sells ANYTHING before he dies.. (at which point, the entire lot will be liquidated for 5 cents on the $ )

  • Rich McIntyre
    Rich McIntyre 11 days ago

    Does anyone know if all of the Packard/Merlin engines were built in Detroit or somewhere else as well? I know that Continental made some as well. That Merlin engine made the P51 what it was, much to Allison's dismay. I've heard that they were going to put the Merlin in the P38 but Allison lobbied against that and won. Too bad because it seems that the Merlin was the better engine. The Allison with Lindberg's method of running the engine lean in the P38 did very well though. Lindberg's changes increased the P38s range dramatically.

  • Rich McIntyre
    Rich McIntyre 12 days ago

    Notice the hood is rusted through where it was covered and not where it wasn't, that is why you should never lay a cover directly on anything you want to preserve. A cover traps moisture and accelerates decay. Just my opinion I'm sure others may disagree.

  • Bad Xerge
    Bad Xerge 12 days ago

    If you want your cars to sell at those prices you need to keep them original and in good condition

  • William Campbell
    William Campbell 13 days ago +1

    The Crestliner price was about right.

  • Jim Ellinger
    Jim Ellinger 14 days ago

    not much for a LIFETIME of collecting ?

  • Rusty Shakleford
    Rusty Shakleford 15 days ago

    Looks like they just took down a bunch of big old advertising signs off that barn in back of them on the closing shot. Selling off our kids inheritance, lol!!! These guys are funny and I bet they've got plenty of local racing history tales to boot!!! Be a nice segment to do, old bench racing stories,cuz unless they're documented,we lose that history with every passing elder,sadly. Much like these old beautys to rot,rust and the crusher. Thanks again Tom and crew!!!!

  • Erik Salter
    Erik Salter 15 days ago +2

    These are all just hoarders.....he died not having done anything with the cars and these two will repeat the pattern....

  • David Finlay
    David Finlay 15 days ago

    His kids will sell them at a

  • Cabe
    Cabe 16 days ago +1

    No old car.....WHAAAA???

  • Jack Frost
    Jack Frost 17 days ago +1

    I liked the video because of course its Tom but I definitely disliked that mans ridiculous prices.

  • tkffin
    tkffin 18 days ago +1

    Guy needs certifying Never in the history of cars has such a pile of worthless crap been collected. £100 for a fuch The guys a pathological liar as well. Imagine living next to that🤣

  • jesus pena
    jesus pena 18 days ago

    Throwing a price on something extremely rare is one thing but some of these prices are fucking ridiculous.

  • need metal
    need metal 19 days ago

    One mans junk will remain one mans junk

  • Rull Mourn
    Rull Mourn 20 days ago

    This is actually depressing.. Bring your prices down instead of letting the cars rot. The freakin jerk off brothers.

  • Victoria Moule
    Victoria Moule 20 days ago

    B/(

  • frogbastard
    frogbastard 21 day ago

    Nostalgia trumps logic.Nice models ,but not worth sinking all that money into a car that will never give you any financial returns. These guys will never live long enough to see those cars sell,but then maybe they have priced them not to sell.Who knows.

  • James W Solinger
    James W Solinger 25 days ago

    Barn find you have enny 49 Ford club coup stock or 53 54 Mercury moter stock for sale call Jim at 209 2815128 enny time

  • stepzc
    stepzc 28 days ago

    Andrew is a human version of Mater from Cars.

  • Cow muscle
    Cow muscle 29 days ago +13

    "does it run" "oh yeah just needs an engine rebuild and she runs"

  • Tomas Henning
    Tomas Henning 29 days ago

    who is playing the intro music in this episode?

  • Thomas Chabot
    Thomas Chabot 29 days ago +1

    its nothing but a graveyard of broken dreams where interesting cars have met their demise. its a junkyard.

  • Sajeesh TP
    Sajeesh TP Month ago

    Like american digger

  • Aaron Vargas
    Aaron Vargas Month ago

    Tom knows these guys are clowns.

  • Gil. Langlois
    Gil. Langlois Month ago +1

    Have you ever find the most incredible car...the Citroen DS ?

  • maloso1939
    maloso1939 Month ago +1

    How can I contact them for availability on these cars?

  • Binks Machine & Engine Works

    I noticed in a lot of videos you give suggestions on how to find some of these old cars and who to talk to etc... a good way to do it that I found also is Google Earth. find a town you want to go to and scan the hell out of it!
    I found some rare old pickup trucks that way.

  • Joe Bland
    Joe Bland Month ago

    How in the hell is he understanding what these mumbly hill billies are saying?

  • Katherine Wilkins
    Katherine Wilkins Month ago

    I love old cars if I knew how to restore them I would have a car lot.

  • Dhonny Ks
    Dhonny Ks Month ago

    2:41
    please what car name ?

  • Just Me
    Just Me Month ago

    I would not by for resale. I would build it, and drivebit. I'm just to n poor,

  • Александр Радидял

    Круто вот это тачки и гараж у вас мощь

  • Element of Kindness
    Element of Kindness Month ago +1

    OMG! That T-bird!!!!!!

  • Retrogamer1010
    Retrogamer1010 Month ago +1

    Way over priced. The GN goes for around 10k in mint condition and he wants 20k.

  • Matthew Cook
    Matthew Cook Month ago

    My last name is Cook and my uncles name is Andrew

  • Paul Hewson
    Paul Hewson Month ago

    Tom will go back to see him in 5 years and all the cars will still be there rotting away,,,,

  • ultranitro
    ultranitro Month ago +1

    I love these old timers who know all the history and information about every single antique and can tell a story about each item.

  • rosanna rosanna danna

    HE got a lot from same era. Hollywood will get them.

  • bromion
    bromion Month ago

    America built the best cars.

  • JF R
    JF R Month ago

    No kidding.

  • Markus Patients
    Markus Patients Month ago +1

    No prices given for good fair or concourse conditions of any of the cars. I think the inheritance owners know the price of a dollar but not the price of what is mostly considered junk and none-restorable. This was sad and anticlimactic in the end... nothing to look forward to. No purchases by Hagerty. There are no magic Harry Potter wands.

  • Space Cowboy
    Space Cowboy Month ago +1

    20000 for an 80s gm....never

  • Ocean Summit
    Ocean Summit Month ago +1

    Cool collection and stories, but they will forever have those vehicles and parts, because they are priced too high.

  • arny ziff57
    arny ziff57 Month ago

    The 1951-52 Ford, Rear Quarter Panel Chrome Plated Side Tail Light Strips,, Did NOT Come From Chinna. . . . . There Were Made Out Of (Cast ) Pot Metal ... Ford Motor Company ..

  • Calon Youtuber
    Calon Youtuber Month ago

    Wowww, Amazing Car,.... Sangat Luar Biasa,. Masih Banyak Classic Car,.. Yang Terbengkalai di Sana,. Semoga Banyak Kolektor Mobil Classic Yang Membeli, Dan Merestorasi Mobil itu .

  • Simon Mehana
    Simon Mehana Month ago

    I love the '51 Customline. We called them the twinspinner here in New Zealand because they had the two bullet like shapes in the front. When a bullet leaves the barrel it spins in transit hence the Twinspinner. The '46 had a single spinner on the front.

  • Radley2612
    Radley2612 Month ago

    20 years on kids will give it for scrap

  • Jujitsu Majors
    Jujitsu Majors Month ago

    Omg jeez

  • jbone •----=_-==〈
    jbone •----=_-==〈 Month ago +1

    Cool old cars but I’m a Chevy guy

  • jbone •----=_-==〈

    They all run but I guarantee they won’t start due to YEARS OF SITTING, it’s gonna take hours to get each and every one of them to run, fuel lines I’m sure are shot carbs are shot gas tanks are shot and points are shot as well