#9: Buy an abandoned house in Portugal

This is just stunning! I guess this is the best case of ROI I’ve ever seen, and definitely something that will get me my much wanted ’65 Ford Mustang. I’m not sure if this is real, but it certainly looks like it. Here’s the story:

“Ok, so imagine you live in Portugal and your moving house. you find a lovely farm house set in a decent plot of land. the place has been empty for 15 years! Whilst exploring your new property you find a large barn in the trees. the door is padlocked shut and its all rusted solid. so you grind the padlock open………”

And this is what you find!

A barn full of classic cars, still can’t believe it. Take a look here, there’s a ton of images. Even if there’s no Mustang between these classics, I image I’ll be able to buy pretty much anything I want after selling some of these ;)

Biggest problem? I need to find another abandoned house in Portugal with a big barn. Any ideas?

Thanks for the tip Miel!

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4 responses to “#9: Buy an abandoned house in Portugal”

  1. Clo Willaerts says :

    Maybe there’s a Portuguese equivalent of rendez-vous.be, and the rusty old barn came with a toothless, old, but single farmer’s daughter? Think of that when you envy the person who discovered this treasure. Maybe it helps :-)

  2. Rafael says :

    I’m Portuguese and i never had listened someone talk about that treasure…
    But i need to start looking for this treasures like Indiana Jones…LOL

  3. Stan says :

    If, you think about selling those cars contact me. Maybe I could be helpfull.I also live in Portugal.

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