This email was forwarded to everyone with these attached photos and was like an urban myth: “Imagine moving into an old farmhouse in the Portuguese countryside, and, while walking around “the lower 40” of your new investment, you come across an old building. Curious as to what may be inside, you pry open the rusted door and for the first time in decades, one of the largest hordes of old cars ever discovered is exposed to sunlight.” Well, in fact the owner of the cars was a car dealer in the 1970s and 1980s, and decided to save the most interesting cars that came through his doors. When the barn was full, he padlocked and “soldered” the doors shut. The owner also wants to keep a secret about the cars’ location and his name. There are about 180 cars in the barn. And they worth a fortune.