Over 20 cars worth a whopping amount of cash were discovered in a warehouse in Brussels, Belgium.
There’s a lot of mystery behind this ‘barn find’, but one thing that’s not mysterious at all is the value of these abandoned supercars, which is well over seven figures.
The warehouse is home to 16 Ferraris, including a large number of Testarossas, and six Porsches, most of which are 911 Turbo and 911 S.
As for the Ferraris, apart from the Testarossas, there’s also a 365 GT4 BB and a 512M, both extremely rare and both extremely vaulable.
There are two things that make this barn find, which is actually a ‘warehouse find’, particularly interesting.
First, the abandoned supercars are in mint condition, which is rare.
For example, the most valuable barn find of all time involved well over eight-figures worth of cars, but they were all in terrible shape.
The same can be said about the Audi R8 found abandoned in a barn.
It was in terrible shape even though it had only been left there for just a few years.
With this one, however, the cars literally look like they came straight out of the showroom.
The other thing that’s odd is it’s unclear where the cars come from.
The owner of the warehouse is selling the cars, but no one knows why they’re there, or how they got there.
It appears the news was first reported by The Brussels Times, and then picked up by a variety of publications including the New York Post.
A little bit of digging narrowed it down to two possibilities.
One: the owner of the cars died, or two: according to some rumors, he fled the country.
Either way, it appears that the owner of the warehouse, for whatever legal reason, only gained access to the content of the warehouse recently, and he now owns the cars.
Still, the only thing that’s certain is that, even though no official estimation has been provided for the cars, we’re looking at seven figures.
If not eight.