Scott Christie's 1968.5 Ford Mustang Cobra Jet Barn Find
Here's a good barn find story for you. The term (and Jerry Heasley's version of it, Rare Find) usually applies to vehicles that are rare and/or otherwise valuable, that have been stuck in storage and out of the public eye for a long time until some lucky soul happens to find and rescue it from obscurity.
Long-term, neglected storage usually renders the car in less than stellar condition just from age, while many are hidden away after a project stalls, there is damage, etc. But what if the car is in great condition? Does it still count as a barn find? What if it looks like this stock, almost pristine 1968 Cobra Jet?