Barnfinds? Simply: Barn find
We have talked about it before: You won't find the greatest treasures in the forests of the Limousin or on the Spanish plateau. The greatest treasures can be found in places where many people have always lived. In old urban agglomerations, or in cities themselves.
Recently a housing association Hilversum found a Ford Zephyr in a garage that was evacuated because the rent was not paid for.
Those are the coincidence hits. To experience that happiness yourself, it is really necessary to get away behind the screen. Do the same as the Pokemon GO! Hunters did: Go outside. Because the Internet is a stupid thing. It is passive. Ghostly. It makes the world as big as the screen. But when you 'pro-actively' read 'go outside to talk to people, then you are busy in a social network 1.0. And that works like the circles in the pond after you have thrown a stone in it. Or as that good old tam-tam instead of the TomTom.
The owner of this barn find is such a talker. For years. And then your name starts to buzz around between real people. That buzzing can lead to a call being made one evening by someone who reports that he has had an old motorcycle in the shed for 25 for years, with which he does not do anything…. That old motorcycle is now in a different shed. He will certainly stay there for the next quarter of a century, but in more pleasant circumstances.
And to make our contribution to the tam-tam sound: The happy new-baked Ducati owner has a whole collection of original tool sets from all sorts of engines from the seventies and eighties. And he wants to thin out that collection. So if you are looking for something like that to completely finish off your classic motorcycle? Then just mail to email@example.com. And say that you come via AMK.