Discover the allure of forgotten cars.
Something that to the rest of the world is nothing but a forgotten automotive hulk slowly degenerating into a pile of iron oxide is to the car enthusiast something so much more. Like those who restore Victorian homes or antique furniture, car guys see not a decrepit piece of junk, but a desirable object that "just needs some attention." And should the vehicle abandoned in a field or lying in a creek bed be too far gone to resurrect, car enthusiasts can simply enjoy it for what it once was (while lamenting that it has come to such a sad end).
Finding a lost, restorable car is every auto collector's dream! Amazing Barn Finds and Roadside Relics taps into the thrill of the hunt with hundreds of photos of lost cars - each accompanied by detailed information covering the nature of the find and details about the car. Ride along as author Ryan Brutt, the "automotive archaeologist," travels the United States documenting lost and abandoned automotive gems.
Ryan Brutt, "automotive archaeologist," travels the United States documenting lost and abandoned automotive gems. He is a contributing editor to Hot Rod magazine and organizes the "barn finds" class for the Muscle Car and Corvette Nationals. He is the author of Motortooks' Amazing Barn Finds and Roadside Relics. He is based in Skokie, IL.