A BARN finder has uncovered a field of rare Fords – including an extremely low-mileage sporty Fiesta that could be worth £20,000.
The urban explorer took to social media to show his followers the amazing gems he found in two secret spots in the north of England.
The car fanatic documented his incredible findings on his YouTube channel @ImStokze – where he presented the gold mine of old classic cars.
He explained, “This week we’re heading two hours north looking for a few places my mate recommended.”
“Some of these places shock me how they still exist without a single network being disrupted.
“Deer ran around the abandoned cars as if nobody had been there for years, as if they were no longer afraid of people!”
The video starts in a courtyard and in the distance you can see a red Reliant Scimitar registered in 1988.
Next there’s a Ford Escort that’s in really bad shape and an old Vauxhall Corsa that doesn’t even have windows.
Then the urban explorer comes across a black Ford Capri, followed by a Ford Fiesta XR2 which, if restored to top condition, could cost a whopping £20,000.
He opens the car door and is surprised to find that the odometer is only 5,000 miles.
The video had more than 63,794 views on YouTube – and 263 comments.
Viewers were blown away after seeing the amazing vintage cars he found at these two locations.
One said: “Top video this week mate! Never change, the rawness of your videos sets you apart and we, the audience, feel like we’re on the adventure with you. Gives a sense of danger.”
Another said: “It’s great to see a younger man taking such an interest in older cars!”
This happens after a man finds a spooky abandoned junkyard in the middle of the woods that houses a replica of the famous Scooby Doo Mystery Machine van.
An incredible car junkyard on an abandoned farm was also revealed in an online video.