I wish someone would just officially retired the term "barn find", since it has been diluted to the point of having no meaning. First off, you can't have a "find" unless it is first "lost". Nothing here would fall under that category.
By Hagerty's extremely loose definition, I should alert you to a 300 car barn find at a place called Grunion Auto Wreckers, with cars that have been hidden behind a chain link fence next to a crane and a building for years.
There's also a barn find 2006 Monte Carlo that I rediscover every morning as I hop into it and take it out of it garage-kept slumber and fire it up after lying dormant for almost 10 hours. We can arrange for the article and photo shoot any time.
You're reading my mind.. I've got a 'barn find' out back - Four Hudson pickups (newest is a '46), all in very dire need of attention - waiting for their current owner (that's me) to scrape-up enough money (and energy)..
In the meantime, they're 'lost', as least as far as the outdated 'term' defines it..