Classics For Sale

VanDerBrink Auctions of Minnesota has managed to ferret out one of those legendary barn find situations in Nebraska. And it's not just one car, it's about 200 of them, plus an unquantifiable amount of parts. It has all the hallmarks of a romantic barn find story: a family collection, photos of dust-caked American iron, the possibility of an immensely rare model hiding next to the vanilla sedans.

The Bullocks acquired the massive collection as a necessary part of the restoration business they ran in addition to the dealership. Also, some cars that they'd sold were traded back to them. Among the forgettable filler are a couple gems: there's a restored 1967 Pontiac GTO coupe, a restored 1937 Diamond T pickup and so on, and so forth. The PDF of the auction catalog runs to 121 pages. Boats, campers, NOS parts from the 1930s-it's almost overwhelming.

Everything is no reserve, so if you're itching to sniff out the really good stuff from underneath all that dust, you can head to Grant, Nebraska on September 6th.

Check out the story and cars/parts up or grabs:

Submitted by Phil Ellison (from Yahoo News)