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Enter Our Giveaway for Barn Find Road Trip, the Perfect Book for Classic Car Fans

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We're giving away a copy of this fascinating book!

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Ever wondered what automotive treasures are buried in the run-down barns and garages across the United States? Tom Cotter and his friends did. Over two weeks, they uncovered a thousand lost vehicles and even more amazing personal stories. Their journey is chronicled in Motorbooks’ Barn Find Road Trip: 3 Guys, 14 Days, and 1,000 Lost Collector Cars Discovered by car collector and industry veteran Tom Cotter, with photographs by Michael Allen Ross.

This 200-page hardcover book–the perfect size for your coffee table–has hundreds of high-quality photographs covering the fascinating journey three men took to uncover automotive mysteries.

Want a free copy of Barn Find Road Trip (MSRP $35.00)? Here’s How!

The News Wheel is giving away a copy of this gorgeous, fascinating chronicle about searching for lost automotive treasures. Simply enter the giveaway contest by following the instructions below. The more you do, the more entries you’ll receive in the contest.

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The giveaway ends on December 4, 2015, so get your entries in ASAP! If you don’t win our giveaway, you can find Barn Find Road Trip through retailers like Amazon, Indiebound, and Barnes & Noble.

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Here’s a portion of our in-depth review of Barn Find Road Trip by Tom Cotter:

barn find road trip book coverBarn Find Road Trip is a great way to begin to understand classic car collecting and the work that really goes into finding a prime candidate for restoration.

While restored classic cars were given some mention in this book, most of the attention was given to rusted-out models. Cotter spends a lot of time also talking about the parts of their trip not directly related to the barn cars, like accommodations, restaurants, classic car meets, and the old Ford Woody’s issues on the long journey.

It truly makes you feel like you’re riding along with the guys, discovering these legendary old cars.

Read more of our review…

  • Rickie Johnson

    This looks like a really cool book.