This may become the most important discovery of a collection of cars in a forgotten barn. Here, the collector and French businessman Roger Baillon just hid some of his toys.
According to some sources, the man had sold 50 cars from his collection to pay off its debts and the other remaining displaced them in a barn, ulterior these were to be refurbished. Unfortunately, he did not get to take his plans through.
Some cars are a Ferrari 250 GT SWB California, produced in 1961 in a limited edition of only 37 units, a Maserati Gran Sport A6G Frua produced in 1956, and a 57 Bugatti Ventoux. Of the 100 machines, only 60 may undergo to refurbishment and the other could reach the scrap metal. Even so, the collection value amounts to 15 million euros!