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

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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  1. They missed the VW cabriolet. Looked like a 1960? Still an excellent job to everyone. Restore and resurrect history. They just don't make em like they used to.

  2. Would have rather the other brother have done the tour. IMO the one who did, fell short of giving Tom the respect he deserved giving him short curt answers. He was doing the brothers a favor paying them a visit and profiling their cars.

  3. When a very close friend passed away, his two sons inherited his huge classic/vintage vehicles salvage yard, in central Florida. They crushed/scrapped every vehicle that was in it and sold it all off as scrap metal. Million$ wasted just to get less than $100k.

  4. The guys like these brother's ALWAYS think they have million dollar cars sitting and rusting away. And they think they have enough time on earth to rebuild many of the cars they don't wanna sell.
    When they die, the remaining family members will be calling the nearest scrap yard, and the scrap yard owner will crush them up, and sent the rusty metal to China. and make another nuclear missle to fly into the White House.

  5. If these brother's would clean up the outside area of their property of all the junk and scrap metal laying around, and take it to the scrap yard, they would have a HUGE roll of money sticking out of their pockets. There's nothing wrong living in the country, but you don't have to live surrounded by scrap crap. If the outside of their home looks like that, guess what the inside of the home looks like.

  6. I would love to have that 1962 Thunderbird. My grandfather bought one new off the showroom floor that stayed in the family until my father pass in 2016. Then it disappeared never to be seen again. Think a half brother swiped it and sold it.

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