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The best barn-find Ferraris ever

Classic & Sports Car Logo By Chris Rowlands of Classic & Sports Car | Slide 1 of 28: When you buy a Ferrari, it’s only fair that you’re cautious about driving it. After all, you wouldn’t want to prang your pristine Prancing Horse. You can go a little too far the other way, though: these Ferrari owners all stored their Italian stallions in the garage and, well, forgot about them. Left to gather dust, these poor ponies were discovered decades down the line – often worse for wear – having not moved an inch since the day they were laid up. Yes, all of these Ferraris were found in barns*. Here are their stories. * By 'barns' we also mean fields and garages and the like

Even the priciest cars get forgotten sometimes

When you buy a Ferrari, it’s only fair that you’re cautious about driving it. After all, you wouldn’t want to prang your pristine Prancing Horse.

You can go a little too far the other way, though: these Ferrari owners all stored their Italian stallions in the garage and, well, forgot about them.

Left to gather dust, these poor ponies were discovered decades down the line – often worse for wear – having not moved an inch since the day they were laid up.

Yes, all of these Ferraris were found in barns*. Here are their stories.

* By 'barns' we also mean fields and garages and the like

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