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  1. A concourse Hudson that took $30-35,000 to build to that status, you say, is only worth $20,000… I'm not thinking so. I'm pretty sure it would bring closer to $35-40k.

  2. ohh that car 8:02 i would love to put that on craigs list… sits under a tree has clean papers need little spray pick up only

  3. 4:26 "Well, I had it in a building"………..Pardon my French, but WTF. By the looks of that tarp it's been out there awhile. Under the trees too. 8:22 "None of these cars are for sale" ……I hope the family has an auction when the time comes. I love this series, but this is frustrating.

  4. Snow hill maryland, this guy down the street has Convair's,and the pickups, cool vehicles to look at your driving by. Church street past the highschool and almost to the highway. Right side of the road. Me and my dad would really like to restore own of these because he used own one that he loved. He had corvair

  5. It's absolutely crazy how much some people want for some of the rust buckets they try to sell on the internet these days. This is the only sensible way to buy them, the old school way.

  6. So many cars, not like that here in the UK hardly any barn finds these days.Most classics have ethier rusted away or have been restored.Great to look at these lovely machines sadly going to rust, so much charature.If I were a yong man with some money and time I would love to restore one after all you would owm something that very few people would own and when you drove down the road people would take notice for sure.

  7. Tom,love the old Ford woodie you drive on your show,please give a brake down on what it has for a drive train,engine ,etc,thanks
    Paul Cottenier,Virginia,USA

  8. Do you ever come to Hawaii? There are neat cars here. I found a 40 Chev. Spl. Deluxe that had 31K on the clock and saw the bombs fall in 41 at Waipio pt. Naval housing the Isobe family garage bought it in 44, painted it once and didnt drive it much. Gone now, they closed the garage, 1928 to2008. Across from my house in Ewa Beach was an lhd RR MPW coupe, a Hong Kong refugee. I have not been car hunting in about ten yrs, but they are still here. 1960s condos in Waikiki are good. Weatherproof areas where someone brought a year old car in 1966 and drove it once ayear or so. I saw some sort of Intermeccanica in a junkyard out here in the dry Westside.

  9. Town, I'll give you a personal tour of every car I know of hiding in crawford county, missouri. Been hunting cars since I could walk, talking about em since I could talk and working on em since the day I could hold a wrench!

  10. I think if it's possible, you should start putting some of their contact information in the description at least if they would be willing to sell.

  11. love your show and how you present it. Tom, I'm sure you've come across many cars along your travels that you wanted to take home . Just wondered if you ever have?
    Also, any possible trips in the future to Canada?

  12. love your show and how you present it. Tom, I'm sure you've come across many cars along your travels that you wanted to take home . Just wondered if you ever have?
    Also, any possible trips in the future to Canada?

  13. love your show and how you present it. Tom, I'm sure you've come across many cars along your travels that you wanted to take home . Just wondered if you ever have?
    Also, any possible trips in the future to Canada?

  14. love your show and how you present it. Tom, I'm sure you've come across many cars along your travels that you wanted to take home . Just wondered if you ever have?
    Also, any possible trips in the future to Canada?

  15. love your show and how you present it. Tom, I'm sure you've come across many cars along your travels that you wanted to take home . Just wondered if you ever have? Also, any possible trips in the future to Canada?

  16. love your show and how you present it. Tom, I'm sure you've come across many cars along your travels that you wanted to take home . Just wondered if you ever have? Also, any possible trips in the future to Canada?

  17. love your show and how you present it. Tom, I'm sure you've come across many cars along your travels that you wanted to take home . Just wondered if you ever have? Also, any possible trips in the future to Canada?

  18. One of my favorite shows on YouTube or anywhere else for that matter. Please keep doing what you're doing!!

  19. About 50% of these car hoarders are complete mental cases. Their mental condition is satisfied by the power to have and watch rot what they can stop others from ever having.

  20. What a fucking moron that Jeep and that Mustang are $500 cars at best meaning if they run what a load of fucking bullshit!!

  21. Seein that Cj-5 like that just sucks. I've got a 58 Willy's Cj-5 w/a Ford 289 K-Code in it, and a 49 Willy's Cj-2a w/a Buick 231 V6 in it, (it too will have a Ford small block soon) and they're both garaged whenever I'm not drivin em….

  22. My father had a pink Rambler Ambassador
    275 h.p. 4 barrel holly carb, I can't remember what year?

  23. There aren't many barn finds in my area but most of our cars have a good stories behind them. We have a 1959 Ranchero, 1966 charger, 1968 Galaxie 500, 1969 Skylark GS, 1973 Duster, 1976 Mercury Cougar RX7. We live in SALIDA Colorado

  24. I wish I knew the old man who owns the property diagonal from us. He has a few 60s Ford trucks one a wrecker, an amx javelin, some kind of ford and a pontiac

  25. Sad to see these guys that claim to be collectors that are just buying cars and essentially throwing them away by stockpiling them in lots and fields and woods and do nothing with them. They would have been better off crushed than to rot away unloved.

  26. That green ford pickup sitting in a field under a broken tarp…

    I seriously dont understand what is wrong with people? Put it under cover…or invest $150 in a decent cover at the least…

  27. Great format, your knowledge is awesome! I assume that you trailer your beautiful woody car to these areas and then are shown with you arriving onsite? Nevertheless this is one of my favorites to view and I thank you for making these available!

  28. My brother in law has collection of cars at one point over 100 in Newberg Oregon if in this part of country I can let you know how to contact him

  29. it pains me these cars just sit and rust away..ugg if i only had the time and money.. oh right i have to finish the MG midget project ,,well at least im driving a 1962 sunbeam every day

  30. The AMC stash sure looked like a place I visited in Lodi, Ca. while on the hunt for 1964 Rambler 660 parts back in the early 90's.

  31. I love this show, searching for my first car for 36 yrs now, true heartbreak story, sold it, wanted it back, guy had an accident w it, car got totaled, supposedly, disappeared, reappeared 3 yrs later, made a deal to buy it back, got taken in a stolen car ring bust, disappeared again, so I watch your show, with anticipation of spotting my Black 73 Luxury Lemans, or one similar to it, gotta have power windows and doors, like mine, needs solid quarters and floors, find me one

  32. Hey Tom. I'm that guy on my upscale rural road in N.H. that is considered by others as a car hoarder. 13 cars aren't a issue for my abutters, they like me. I have witnessed lately another casualty of our nation's opioid issue. Old immobile automobiles are being used for places to hide and use in. As a result local municipality's are targeting them for removal under newly formed statutes. I'm in a very rural area so I'm not affected, but I know of others who have. Sad but true, and a bad spot to be in as a collector. Many people look opon a old car and see junk, so getting rid of it should be fine. Any discussion on keeping it makes the owners look uncaring and unemotional. Most cave. Sorry state for collector's. Next come the environmentalist. Hope the majority can survive the latest. I'm doing my part for the space I have. Happy Motoring

  33. My buddy had a 39 ford business cope pull out the seat, and 3or4 of us would hide behind the seat and get into the drive-in movie for nothing. Wise ass kids. The 50ties wonderful time to grow up.

  34. Klapp Motors in Freeport, Illinois is a defunct used auto dealership in dilapidated condition. There must be over 75 cars 40s, 50s,60s most complete. Some indoors, and some outdoors. It's on Illinois Rte 20 (buisness) just East of Rte 26. Would make a nice short episode shoot. Owners phone is listed and rang a year ago but never answered. Who knows? Contact me and I can do some legwork here for you.

  35. Question for you? I a person was to buy any of these older cars now in todays day and age could a person make any money off these cars or is the market flooded? thanks much love watching your vids / I'm a chevy mercruiser boat guy..

  36. Tom, I do know of a very hidden place up in the mountains of Colorado, a ranch about 80 mile south west of Denver that has a lot of hidden finds, if you may be interested, let me know and I can pass along the info…… a lot of old Fords

  37. I know you were in Iowa not that long ago. You should come to Iowa County and ask around, You would need several shows to cover just what we have.

  38. You made comment about the early days of AC in small block cares & how it diminished power. I believe you've been here to Arizona? If you talk I-17 north from Phoenix to Flagstaff, outside of Phoenix there is a relatively steep climb up to what's called Sunset Point. As you approach the hill, there is still a sign suggesting you turn your AC off for the climb…

  39. This series , along with this channel are an example of YOUTUBE done correctly… its 1 of my favorite channels, i just hope some of these diamond's in the ruff find there way to people who will put the time ,money, effort ,and love restoring them ….. 1 would think what i just described would be a very rewarding and lucrative business connecting the people who have the cars to the people wanting the cars …. at least that makes sense to me …

  40. That mustang has tires that say INDY 500 Also 13:59 DOC!!!! IS THAT YOU !??!?!! SOMEBODY ANYBODY SAVE HIM

  41. Hi Tom great show, was wondering if you could share info regarding the junk yard where you said it should be a car museum.
    Regards Craig

  42. About 20yrs.ago while chasing a juvenile car thief through a Cemetary (ret cop) he jumped over a fence to a neighboring house.After I went over fence at about 2am I saw a '67 SS chevelle up on blocks.Tried several times over a few yrs.but the old owner would'nt part with it.The kids still running.

  43. "It's not a Toyota"

    Old Hilux technical carrying an anti-aircraft cannon: Sure.
    Old Land Cruiser technical carrying a soviet HMG: Yeah.

  44. If I ever inherited a bunch of cars like that, I would give a bunch away to people who guaranteed they would care for them, rather than letting them rot away. Please hoarders, use the internet, find the car clubs that want to preserve history, and you'll feel so much better. I bet the people who restore the cars will give you a ride in them now and then.

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