Carole Nash Barn Find

Hidden treasures will be showcased in the UK's biggest Barn Find display at the Practical Classics Classic Car & Restoration Show, with Discovery

How do you define ‘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 in this year's Carole Nash Barn Find display have been unearthed from garages, sheds, yards and even the bottom of the garden that have been rescued by passionate enthusiasts.  Some remain in the same condition as the day they went into storage while others would be better to ‘rust in peace’. 

The Carole Nash Barn Find display already has three rescued vehicles ready to steal the show in March. The first is an Austin A35 with one owner and only 24,000 miles on the clock! Second is a 1982 BMW 535i which has been off the road and in need fo some TLC since 1993. John Webb’s 1962 Rover P4 100 will also be dragged out of the run down garage where it was discovered and brought into the bright lights of the NEC.  You can read more about the first three Carole Nash Barn Find vehicles here!

If you have a classic lurking in the back of a barn, garage or even under a tarpaulin at the bottom of the garden, please let us know. It could be the star of the show!

To enter please send two pictures of your car, before and after, with a brief description including year, make and model to andrea@poppyseedmedia.co.uk. Spaces are limited so don't delay your application.

 

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 us today on 0800 093 2950.

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