BarnFinds.com is a fairly new website that basically cloned the Bring a Trailer model, albeit with a less distinct editorial voice. Where BaT leans heavily toward driver-friendly sports cars, Barn Finds tends toward immaculately restored oldies with a smattering of exotics.resto/kustom 1952 Crosley Super Sedan in BRIGHT turquoise. Fit and finish look good in the pics, but the choice of materials on the door panels and seats aren't really to my taste. I'm half mystified, half fascinated by the front bench seat. Crosley buckets are easy to find, so this would seem to be an aesthetic choice. I'd have to see how it works in person to comment, but I kinda like it, at least in theory. I really wonder how much it restricts access to the rear seat?
Exim Cars out of Lexington Kentucky is asking a whopping $10,500 for this baby. That's about double what comparable cars have sold for recently. Add in a radio, a full complement of Braje speed equipment, a shed full of spares and a baby food jar full of the original owner's tears and maybe you could get close to that amount.
But then what do I know? I'm a cheapskate - that's probably why I got into Crosleys in the first place.