And the trespassing teens videotaped their entire finding.
A group of teenagers in Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil just made a massive automotive discovery and it looks like it was all by chance. The group broke into an old building only to discover a barn find that was actually a massive collection of classic cars that look as though they had been sitting, ignored for decades. According to Motor1, the vehicles belonged to a collector who kept them in a private museum. The museum consisted of the cars, a technical library, parts for the cars, a collection of gas pumps, and its own recreated coffee shop. Motor1 goes on to note that the private museum was once visited by collectors and friends of the owner, but they ultimately decided to lock it up. The heirs of the collection were twins, with one wanting to keep the collection together and the other preferring to sell it all. The teens who discovered the collection recorded their discovery of the collection and uploaded it to WhatsApp. Eventually, police got wind of the collection and contacted the kids’ parents as well as the owners. Since the discovery, the owners have moved some of the cars and even washed the Fiat 124 Sport Coupe so it could be placed for sale. Other cars discovered included a Citroën DS, Renault Dauphine, Austin A90 Atlantic coupe, Chrysler Airflow, Standard Vanguard, Ford Consul, Morris Oxford, Hudson Hornet, and so many others. You can watch the discovery for yourself via the video below.