Carole Nash Barn Find
The show is home to the UK's biggest Barn Find display with around 20 barn finds in various states of rust, all bidding for visitors votes to be crowned the winner.
How do you define a 'barn find'? To some, it has to be a vehicle covered in four decades worth of dust but to others, it is a car that has lain dormant for many years. The cars displayed are unearthed from garages, sheds, the bottom of peoples gardens hidden by years of weeds. Some have been rescued with the plan on restoring them back to their former glory, while others should be left to 'rust in peace.'
Ben Eaton’s 1954 Ford Zephyr Zodiac Mk 1
Tom Mercer’s 1980 Austin Metro HLS
Graham Welch’s 1977 VW Golf GTi
David Ferry’s 1968 Triumph TR6
Dave Tennant 1966 Mini Cooper S
Darren Page 1948 Austin 16
Peter Compton's 1972 Ford Cortina Estate Mk 3
Jerry Ansell 1971 Austin 3L ambulance
Brendan Donahue’s 1983 Ford Escort Mk3 1.6 Ghia
David Sharp’s 1994 Ford Escort estate Si mkVb
John Chilman’s 1970 Wolseley Six
Jerry Ansell 1973 Ford Consul Granada.
Jerry Ansell 1962 Land Rover
Mark Fishpool’s 1956 Hillman Husky
Jerry Ansell 1966 Wolseley hearse
Dave Evans’ 1964 Mini Cooper S
About Carole Nash
Established for over 30 years we're proud to be both a leading and pioneering classic car insurance specialist. At Carole Nash, we understand classic cars, and their drivers, and we know that they're best served by a policy as unique as they are.
To find out more about how classic car insurance through Carole Nash can help you save on the costs of your policy while keeping your pride and joy covered, call today on 0800 093 2950 or visit the website.
Get your rusty wreck in the competition
If you have a classic lurking in the back of a barn, tucked away in a garage or under a tarpaulin at the bottom of the garden you fancy getting out for the show, let us know - we want your rusty wreck!
To be considered for the upcoming display, send two pictures of your vehicle with a brief description including year, make and model and any interesting facts to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Spaces are limited so get your application in early.