Five Pre-War Classics Found in a Barn
Updated September 18, 2015
You never know what you’ll find in a barn, maybe old horse dropping, or maybe just something that will give any classic car lover a heart attack.
A holy grail for any car guy, Antonio Brunet, chairman and founder of Motostalgia Auctions in Austin, Texas revealed a true treasure.
He recently exposed five pre-war automobiles and a travel trailer that have been stored for more than 40 years. Check out the video above and try your hardest not to get jealous of this epic find.
The find included cars such as a 1932 Cadillac 370B V-12 Victoria Convertible, 1933 Cadillac Model 370C V-12 Town Coupe, 1938 Cadillac Series 90 V-16 Fleetwood Limousine, 1923 Milburn Electric Model 27L, 1908 REO Model G Boattail Roadster/Sedan Tonneau and a twice-used 1937 Kozy Coach Travel Trailer.
The rarest car in the barn is the 1932 Cadillac 370B V-12 Victoria convertible, body No. 1. It was the only car to have a V-12 engine and was one of only four Victoria convertibles built in 1932. The estimated value for the car $285,000-$350,000, now that’s a pretty penny.
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