Dennis Collins Discovers 7 Hidden Gems in Rural Arkansas Barn Find
In this world of ours, if you have an eye for value, there is a lot of money to be made because not everyone recognizes that value or has the follow-through to capitalize on it.
Sometimes, this eye for value needs to be accompanied by a good work ethic and the willingness to invest some elbow grease to truly profit. However, all around the world, there are things that can be bought and turned into profit. In the world of cars, sometimes this means scouring junkyards for vehicles that can have parts pulled off of them. Other times, maybe it means stumbling upon a carcass of a car in a barn find that can be revived back to life once again and flipped for a profit or even added to your own personal collection.
In the case of Dennis Collins, sometimes, we find that he does a little bit of each. This guy is pretty much a walking encyclopedia for lots of things automotive. Collins has a knack for walking into a junkyard or barn find situations and picking out exactly what it is that might be worth a little something. If you can get good at this, there is a massive margin to find.
This time, he’s back at it again and approaching an automotive wonderland that has all sorts of hidden treasures. As they say, one man’s trash is another man’s treasure and for Collins, that appears to be the exact case here. On the docket, we find a variety of hidden cars just waiting for someone like Collins to stumble upon them. On one hand, he could be walking into a pile of rusty junk that can’t be revived but on the other, maybe there’s some value out there to take home.
By following along with the video below, we get to go on this journey to see which one of these categories this particular find will fall into.