With about 80K miles, it's selling for about $30K
A Lamborghini Miura, Porsche 356 and Jaguar E-Type are included.
Bring a polisher and some fresh gas.
They were reportedly put in dry storage for 40 years by a Mopar expert.
Reddit user credits grandparents' taste in Italian supercars
From crossovers to sportscars ... and the contents of a long-forgotten storage unit.
There were some great cars borne during the malaise of the 1970s. Cars any car enthusiast would give a limb to own. These 11 are some of the greatest.
Check out that patina.
The car was literally stored away inside a one-bedroom apartment in West Hollywood.
This is a 1970 Plymouth GTX, and though it's definitely seen its better days, it's an American classic with plenty of potential for the right buyer.
This 2010 Shelby GT500 recently surfaced for sale online, and in the past six years has accumulated just 21.1 miles.
This unrestored 1966 Shelby GT350 Mustang hasn't seen the light of day since 1976.
In 1986, this Aston Martin DBS was rolled into a barn and locked safely away from prying eyes, and for the last 30 years, that is exactly where it has remained, until now.
Bonhams discovered a treasure trove of eight, rare Brough Superior motorcycles that were hiding in barns in a UK village. This collection is the last known group of unrestored examples in the world, and they go up for auction in 2016.
An Alabama restorer finds a 1969 Dodge Charger Daytona that's been rusting in a paddock for decades. It's headed to Mecum's Kissimmee auction in January.
Gulling Motors finds a 1953 Bentley R-Type Continental in a garage in Hancock Park, Los Angeles that Ian Fleming ordered for his friend Ivar Bryce.
The final Aston Martin DBS made heads to auction in March 10 with dull paint, a dinged body and missing parts. Still, auctioneers in the UK think it might sell for as high as $61,500.
Barn finds are the absinthe of the collector car world right now. They're highly intoxicating and a bit of the 'flavor of the month.' An actual barn isn't necessary, just some form of out-of-the-way long-term storage that involves a car being out of circulation for a long period of time, remaining complete with the time-capsule-like detritus of their slumber-yellowed newspapers, vintage eight-tracks or real pay dirt like a telex printout from Howard Hughes or a receipt from the Playboy Club. RM