Enthusiasts Finding Rare Vehicles Under Tarps, Leaves, and Everything in Between

19:12  17 may  2017
19:12  17 may  2017 Source:   HOT ROD

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Hot Rod Barn Finds . Finding Rare Vehicles Under Tarps , Leaves , and Everything in Between . Written by Ryan Brutt on May 12, 2017. Facebook.

Hot Rod Barn Finds . Finding Rare Vehicles Under Tarps , Leaves , and Everything in Between . Written by Ryan Brutt on May 12, 2017. It wasn’t visible from the road, but there was gold in the backyard of a friend’s grandparent.

It wasn't visible from the road, but there was gold in the backyard of a friend's grandparent. An M37 Dodge military truck, a Starcraft Motorhome that looked like something out of the Jetsons, and an original-wood Chris Craft boat with a big hole in its side were in the yard.

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If by rare you mean you can build one out of NOS parts then I guess it is a " rare " Dodge M37.

Here are some other gems: a blue mid-1970s 442 with a rusted-off rear bumper; some 1950s Mopars, a few of which were Hemi cars, and another had an original 350 Mopar big-block that was only produced for one year; a 1965 Impala SS Convertible that was nearly rotted into the ground; an MG roadster and a 1959 El Camino that were stuck, but mostly complete and relatively unscathed; and a few 1950s Corvettes really brought the wow factor. The 1958 Corvette missing its wheels was the most complete of the bunch.

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