In this latest episode of Hagerty’s Barn Find Hunter, we’re introduced to a man named Rick near Lubbock, Texas, who owns dozens of intriguing American muscle cars that are bound to excite all kinds of enthusiasts.
The host of the popular online series was driving down a Texas highway when, out of the corner of his eye, he saw a collection of classic muscle cars behind a fence on a large property. Intrigued by what he saw, the film crew did a U-turn, knocked on the door of the shop and were allowed to check out the collection. If you’re a fan of amazing muscle cars from the 1960s, 1970s, and various other eras, this is a video well worth watching.
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Perhaps the most valuable car in the collection is a Pontiac GTO Judge. Painted in red, the car has been sitting outside for years and while it is in desperate need of a restoration, it could be worth up to six figures if the owner ever decides to part ways with it. What’s particularly astonishing about the car is that the odometer says it has just 2.4-miles (3.8 km) on the clock.
Found on Rick’s property are a handful of different garages and sheds and there’s even a horse pen that includes a 1970 Ford Mustang Boss. Found within one of the sheds is a Plymouth Barracuda and a black and gold 1969 Chevrolet Camaro Convertible. While most of the cars are in various stages of disrepair, they could be restored and fetch quite a lot of money if the owner ever decides to sell them.