Wherever you live in the United States, chances are you’ve heard a story about some sort of classic car that has been sitting in a barn, garage, or back yard because the owner was tragically killed in the Vietnam War. And while these stories generally involve a parent or family member who is unwilling to sell the car because the attachment to their lost loved one, occasionally the car gets passed along and goes on to provide future owners with the same pleasure that the original owner enjoyed.
Barn finds of classic cars is always really cool. In this video is a Dodge Charger that has been sitting for 30+ years and starts right up when they turn the key. It’s amazing how the older cars with no electronics, and computers can sit for so long and run like the day it was stored.