Ralph Lauren paid $40M for a 1936 Bugatti Type 57SC, so uh, maybe somebody should save this car.
OK, it wasn’t found in a barn, but this abandoned Studebaker is an amazing find – even if it needs a little work. Refurbished, these classics go for tens of thousands of dollars.
1953 CUNNINGHAM C-3 COUPE
’53 Porsches in good condition might fetch about $80,000 at auction, but judging by this vehicle’s condition, it might take that much to restore this classic.
How exactly does a Mercedes wind up in a barn surrounded by junk, a Mercedes, I’ll remind you, that could be worth $2.5-3M at auction??
Well, the wheels are flat, but this classic looks like it’s in pretty good shape! It might easily fetch the $60,000-$100,000 these cars typically take at auction.
Based on the license plate, this was found in Europe somewhere. Jag’s found in excellent condition from this era could bring in $200,000 easy.
This girl’s just sitting rotting away when a pristine ’62 250 GTO brought in $38M at auction. Million, people!
It’s too bad this rare gem has been so neglected. Fully restored, this classic might fetch $70,000 on the low end, but could go as high as $250,000!
Honestly, this just needs a quick dusting and you might have on your hands a car worth over $350,000…
In a 2013 USA Today story, a 1970 Plymouth Road Runner Superbird was valued between $400,000-$500,000. So, cheap right??