I actually find them all of the time. West Peterson can attest to this, lol. (Hi West, It's James Lynas formerly from Atlanta). Just last month I am driving my a garage that I've never seen opened before as the owner was pulling some yard tools out and spotted an old car inside. Stopped, struck up a conversation and was offered the car for $500. I offered the "barn find experience" to a fellow collector (with a slight markup) and he was able to photograph and remove the dust covered Plymouth from the barn. We had a lot of fun that day and the old girl was actually in great shape and was running within the week. There aren't too many barns around where i live, but i count anything with a good layer of dust on it it stored away for years. The others are just a few of the dozens I have found including a one owner 70 Challenger, a 67 Corvette REPLICA, and a one owner California MG, a 50's hot rodded 32 ford Coupe with 1962 license plates on it, a mint 61 Corvette, a pair of 66 Mustang convertibles, and last but not least, my most famous Barn find, the 1937 Adler Lemans race car.