Inside This Old Texas Barn There Was A $700,000 Treasure That Sat Unseen For Over 40 Years!

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Treasure can come in many forms, whether it’s gold, money, gems and jewels, or classic cars. Old hot rods are collectible items and many makes and models are extremely rare and hard to find. This is especially true for American cars produced before World War II, not many have made it through the years, much less in good condition.

When a trove of vintage automobiles was discovered a few years ago word spread quickly in the classic car community. The find was hailed “the holy grail for a car guy” by Antonio Brunet, the chairman and founder of Motostalgia Auctions, and the man who located the cars.

Mr Brunet said that the owner of the cars, a man named Jack, had moved down to the Austin Texas area back in the early 70s. He brought with him a collection of cars which he kept stored in a barn on his property. He had plans to fix them up and restore them to their original glory but instead they sat in his barn untouched for 40 years.

Mr. Brunet was there when the barn doors were finally swung open and what he saw before him was a car lover’s dream. Inside, covered in dirt and dust, sat five vintage automobiles dating from 1908 to 1938, and one travel trailer.

The cars were all in tact and sported their original parts, which made the find even more rare and unusual. One was a concept car, a design prototype, and only one of four ever built. Throughout its history only three people had ever even owned it, and the trailer that was also found had only been used two times.

You can check them all out and learn a little bit about their history as Mr. Brunet goes over each one in the video. He really knows vintage cars and all the interesting details, specs, and stories behind them. The collection and each car’s estimated value is given below:

1908 REO Model G Boattail Roadster/Sedan Tonneau valued at $75-$95,000
1923 Milburn Electric Model 27L valued at $90-$125,000
1932 Cadillac 370B V-12 Victoria Convertible valued at $285-$350,000
1933 Cadillac Model 370C V-12 Town Coupe valued at $55-$75,000
1938 Cadillac Series 90 V-16 Fleetwood Limo valued at $45-$65,000
1937 Kozy Coach Travel Trailer valued at $75-$100,000

The owner, Jack, eventually decided to put his amazing collection up for sale and had Mr. Brunet bring them to an auction held at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway this past June.

By the time it was over the cars had all been sold for a grand total of more than $744,000 cash, not bad for a couple of cars that sat covered in dust for 40+ years!

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Video: This Funny Goat Licks A Dog. The Dog’s Reaction Is Priceless!

Dogs are some of the most patient animals on earth.  We consistently see them showing the zen nature of a Buddhist monk in videos that feature kids with dogs, new kittens with older dogs, and most recently even tortoises pestering pups.  Dogs are so loving it is no wonder they are mans best friend. Dogs give off the most consistent positive energy that is contagious to anyone around them.

In the video below, a rather annoying goat continuously pokes, licks, and prods this extremely patient pup.  A lesser animal would not put up with such shenanigans, but this dog is a saint. The dog stays calm while the goat inspects the stoic pup.  The goat keeps speaking to the dog in goat language, but the dog basically just ignores the banter, and allows the goat to do what he has to do.

It is possible that this relentless goat is trying to pick a fight with this peaceful dog who would rather just turn the other cheek.  Goats are fascinating creatures and they are slowly taking over the internet. They can be cute and precious, while at other times they can be insane and totally ridiculous.

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This Tiny Farm Pumps Out 6,000 lbs Of Food Per Year. But Where It’s Located Blew My Mind!

This incredible tiny farm produces over 6,000 pounds of food per year on only 1/10 acre.  What is even more surprising is it is located 15 minutes from downtown Los Angeles.  The Dervaes family cultivates over 400 species of plants, 900 chicken and 1,000 duck eggs, 4,300 pounds of vegetables, 25 lbs of honey and seasonal fruit depending on the time of year.

On only 1/10th of an acre, get over 90% of their daily food, plus earn over 20,000 dollars per year (after eating what they have produced).  They use no expensive and highly damaging synthetic chemicals, and actually improve the fertility and overall condition of the land they are growing their crops on.  If you scaled their 1/10th of an acre up to an acre it would come to over 200,000 dollars per year!

Near urban and urban farming is rapidly becoming popular and can be extremely productive.  It doesn’t matter how much land you have, it can be done.  It is about time we solve the world hunger crisis and this is one way to do it.  Watch the video below and learn how it’s done! Would you be interested in starting your own urban farm?

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Herd Of Cows Have Not Seen Grass For Months. Watch Their Reaction When They Finally Touch It!

It’s been a long and freezing cold winter, that have made us all who have experienced it, feel like we’ve been held captive.  Many of us enjoy the seasons, but enough is enough!  That moment where we first smell the first scent of spring and the warmth of the sun on our skin, is a welcome relief. Fresh flowers, buds on trees, the birds and the bees, crickets, cicadas and all the sounds and smells of the warm seasons. That incredible moment when you take that first Spring deep breath of fresh air and your olfactory nerves just know it’s time to finally say adios to winter!

Spring Fever hits! That great feeling of going outside without coats and hats and scarves is here.  That sense of freedom is intoxicating when we are no longer cooped up by the inclement weather of winter.  Well, we aren’t the only ones who are ready for Spring! Many animals hibernate, migrate, or just find a nice spot where they can survive the cold winters.  These Dairy Cows have to stay inside in the warmth and don’t get to go outside all winter.

Watch this delightful video of dairy cows,  who are let out the barn doors to romp in the grass, after their long hard winter.  The scene is just delightful to watch. The joy the cows are feeling just emanates of them as they trot around happily in the fresh grass! Watch and enjoy these beautiful animals play like young children!

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I Was Nervous When I Saw This Horse On His Back But When He Starts Farting I Can’t Stop Laughing!

This horse is not farting, it is simply blowing kisses with it’s butt!! All jokes aside, this is Archy, a rescue horse who resides in Blossom Valley at the Rocking Horse Ranch in El Cajon California. In the video he is seen rolling around on the ground in pure bliss as he breaks wind and snorts in joy. He gets up for a moment and shakes the dirt off before flopping back onto the ground. He rolls around more in the dust and expels even more gas out.

Horses are herbivores and the bacteria in their digestive system breaks down cellulose plant fibers which in turn give off gas. While it is not clear why or if he needs to roll around to fart, it surely must help him get them loose and thus feel relieved. In the video a woman makes a comment as to how uncomfortable all that trapped air must be. Probably very uncomfortable.

Archy also looks adorable doing it, and how often can you say an animal looks cute farting? Thanks to the efforts and work of the Rocking Horse Ranch, Archy now has a second lease on life. He seems to be taking full advantage of it and even has this viral video to his name.

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Mother Cow Kept Hiding Her Baby Calf. The Reason Tore My Heart Up!

At Edgar’s Mission Farm Sanctuary in Australia a dairy cow named Clarabelle was acting nervous and not like her usual self. She paced around the paddock and seemed to have lost her normally strong appetite. Knowing she was pregnant and her baby due in about a week the sanctuary workers quickly honed in on an engorged teat and inferred she must have already given birth. But where was her baby? It was nowhere in sight and nothing gave any indication of where it could be.

After searching around for the baby they found the little brown calf carefully hidden in tall grass and brown logs. She was laying down and looked up with her big soft eyes innocently blinking and curious at the sight of them. Clarabelle had given birth, but must have done so awhile ago as there was no umbilical cord and the calf was clean and dry. She had hidden her baby.

Cows are best known in many places for producing milk and associated dairy products. In order to make that milk a cow must become pregnant and give birth to a calf, whom it will nurse. However, in the dairy industry young calves are taken away from their mothers shortly after birth so that the milk can instead be collected for human consumption.

This separation of mother and child is done early on so as to try and cause minimal stress to both but it is also done repeatedly in order to keep the cow producing milk. Clarabelle had tried to hide her calf to prevent it from being taken away, as time and again her calves had been in the past.

This time around Clarabelle will stay with her baby at the farm sanctuary. Her life has changed dramatically for now she is able to live alongside and nurse her calf the natural way. On a side note, Clarabelle’s calf was discovered on Valentine’s Day and named Valentine “in honor of the love between mother cows and their babies” according to the Edgar’s Mission Farm Sanctuary website ( Thanks to them and the work they do, Clarabelle and Valentine have a chance at leading happy and comfortable lives.

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