Don't worry - you don't have to buy all of them at once.
We're patiently awaiting the arrival of the latest Mercedes-Benz SL, hoping that this new model will live up to the legendary name that has been around for decades. But if you don't like new cars, you may want to check out a company called London Barn Finds. As the below video demonstrates, there are plenty of unrestored classics out there that need just a little love. All of these are supposedly genuine barn finds, and all of them are for sale. And if you don't like the plethora of Mercedes SLs on offer, there's a load more other classics to choose from.
A list of 60 cars is shown on the London Barn Finds Instagram page, including a 2003 Porsche Boxster and a 911. However, some comments suggest that there may be something fishy here. For a start, we noticed that the 911 is listed as a 1973, but the 964 generation was only produced from the following decade. The vast majority of the cars also have either little or no service history and no documents, but if these are true barn finds, the lack of history shouldn't be a surprise. What is concerning is that the pricing is rather high, especially given the condition of most of these cars.
Nevertheless, the video claims that all of these cars drove into the warehouse on their own power and could be driven out again, although we wouldn't recommend keeping these cars running on old fuel and fluids for very long. Questionable history and pricing aside, it's amazing to see such a massive collection under one roof, with everything from old MG sports cars to VW camper vans. There are some choice BMWs, Land Rovers, and Range Rovers here too, as well as a three-door Mercedes G-Class. If you're in the UK and are looking for a classic to tinker with, this may be the place to go. Just bring a fat wallet and a big bucket of soapy water.