Hold on to your horses, car enthusiasts. A recent find in an abandoned barn in France, that once belonged to a business man named Roger Bailon, is home to more than 50 vintage cars.
Old man Bailon collected these beauties between the '50s and '70s. He had hoped to start a car museum with his wickedly cool collection.
Being kept hidden for so long, the cars aren't at 100 percent, but there’s no reason why the classic vehicles, including the likes of a 1961 Ferrari 250 GT SWB California Spider and 1956 Maserati A6G Gran Sport Frua, reportedly worth $14.74 million and $1.5 million, respectively, can’t be restored.
An $18 million windfall of vintage cars found in a barn is lucky enough. Just imagine how much more valuable they’re going to be when they’re fully restored and auctioned off in Paris in February 2015. Check out the video to see all how amazing these vintage scraps actually are.