It’s always a delight to unearth a collector’s stash of classic cars and trucks, and the following barn find video definitely ticks that box. Coming to us from the Patrick Glenn Nichols Musclecar Barn Finds YouTube channel, this video documents a veritable treasure trove of classic Chevy vehicles, all of which look eager for a quick clean-up and some time back in the sun.
Clocking in at 10-and-a-quarter minutes, the video is pretty straightforward, with the host leading the viewer through the collection one vehicle at a time, providing a look at the exterior, interior, and engine bay, all without disturbing the collection as it was found.
Located in central Oklahoma, it appears as though many of these rides have been sitting for quite a long time. In addition to rare Chevy classics, the collection also includes few Cushman Cycles, plus a stack of old wheels, some of which are still in what look to be the original Cragar boxes.
Highlights in the collection include a 1972 Chevy Super Cheyenne pickup truck finished in a head-turning shade of burnt orange. The truck is partially restored, and even includes a Big Block V8 under the hood.
Up next, we get a gander of a 1961 Chevy Bel Air 409, which is finished in red and unrestored. We also get to see the all-original interior, while the exterior looks very slick with its curved glass and white stripes running down the flanks.
Interestingly, this collector has several examples of the Chevy Bel Air 409, including an example from the 1961 model year with red paint and a red interior.
Seeing all these classics parked side-by-side and end-to-end is a real treat, so make sure to hit play on the video below to take the tour for yourself: