AN INCREDIBLE car collection has been revealed online featuring classic Mustang and Camaro models – but tragically, they've been left to rot.
It's believed that the owner of this car collection won the lottery Jackpot in 1985.
But they had to abandon the cars after going into personal bankruptcy in recent years.
And the cars have been collecting dust in a barn.
The YouTuber Ethan Minnie has found the collection and shared a video with all his followers.
And this collection of multiple Ford Mustangs and other vintage American cars would have been worth millions if they had been in decent shape.
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But, now all the cars are dilapidated – and some of them have graffiti on their windshields and broken windows.
One of the vehicles discovered in the lottery winner's barn is a Mercury Cougar, possibly dating from the mid-1980s.
And there is also a 1980 Camaro with the original owner's manual remaining inside the glove box.
In the far corner, a 1960s first-generation Ford Falcon is parked – and it's the only car that can be saved.
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The car's glass is in good condition, and there are no rusty areas anywhere.
In the next room, there's a fox-body Mustang and two 1960s Mustangs with many missing parts.
But there's the next room, where a Cadillac Seville from the early 1980s is leaning up against the wall.
And Minie also spotted a mid-1960s Ford Galaxie convertible in bad condition along with another fox-body car, a Mercury Capri from the 1960s.
She is particularly excited about a 1960s Ford Mustang Convertible – situated in the front end of the room.
And this Mustang has a sticker on the bumper, saying “Let the Good Times roll”.
Viewers were quick to comment on the video.
One said: "I'm not the biggest fan of mustangs and Camaros, but it's still sad to see these classics rotting away. It's sad to see any classic rot away. If I were super rich, I would restore every single one. Thanks for showing us these, Ethan."
Another said: "Absolutely love your excitement!! Older cars are so neat.. sad that they are just rotting away to nothing.. great find, Ethan!"
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This comes after a graveyard full of cars was discovered in an abandoned mansion.
And a car graveyard with creepy abandoned caravans and rare Classic Fords was revealed online.
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