A wonderful car! But I have a different understanding of the term “barn find” — something like a serendipitous discovery of a car no-one knew existed, and which is not considered especially valuable or precious by the owner, if there even is an owner around who knows what it might be beyond “an old car”…. A classic pedigreed car kept in long-term storage in “a renowned collection” by owners who know what it is does not qualify, for me, as “a true barn find”.
Any chance of Hagerty doing articles about a given car's raison d' etre, design, engineering
without mentioning money?
Or celebrity/movie connection?
Or without fact checking?
Meanwhile, the above posters are right. Perhaps it's time to give "barn find" a rest, broaden your lexicon.