Wednesday, May 6, 2015

Five pre world war antique cars found in Texas barn


Vintage cars are always a a fantasy for the art collectors around the world. But what if someone finds five perfectly preserved cars in a barn?

Well as luck would have had it, a Texas car collector has made the discovery of a lifetime in an Austin barn - a trove that might fetch $700,000 if pout to auction.

As reported, the unique collection consists of three Cadillac built between 1932 and 1938, a 1923 electric model from the defunct maker and a 1908 REO Model G Boattail Roadster.



The cars found in the barn are owned by a man who moved to Texas from Wisconsin in the 70s. It is said that the owner always intended to fix up the vehicles, but never found the time.

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