289 Cobra named “Dirtbag” | Barn Find Hunter – Ep. 28

You can never ever have excessive Cobra, right? Yes, Tom's at it once more with even more Shelby goodness, this moment at the behest of Cobra expert Lynn Park. As soon as inside the heavenly garage, we get a check out an original 289 Cobra– passionately called "Dirtbag"– which Lynn liberated from a 20-year backyard vehicle parking spot under nothing but a blue tarpaulin. Then it's on to Cobra race automobiles, distinct builds, as well as a lot more.

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30 Replies to “289 Cobra named “Dirtbag” | Barn Find Hunter – Ep. 28”

  1. Great video and an amazing collection. I came across your channel by accident but you’ve got yourselves a subscriber 🙂

    1. I know where there is a all original unrestored 289 Cobra here in Phx. It sat in yard near side of road near my old house. Windshield frame was removed so everyone thought it was just a MG or similar. Last I knew it remained untouched and is still driveable.

    2. You guys need to make a video celebrating the life of Mickey Thompson.March 21st was the 20th (I think) anniversary of he and his wife’s murder. :-(Plus I never knew somebody was convicted in the case.

    3. Please post an extended version of this video. Could watch this for hours. I’m a Chevy guy thru and thru, but I’ve always loved the Cobras.

    4. Looking for a 49 Ford custom club coup stock and a 53 Mercury moter stock or a 53 ford 54 up Moter stock or a bisines club coup stock

  2. That blue Cobra is the perfect Cobra. Drive it anywhere. Take it to the supermarket. Take it to the show, ‘go ahead, put your coffee cup and burger on the hood 🙂

  3. Great episode! Lynn is such a great, honest, and sincere person. He has been “into” Cobras since they were new. That garage is a magical place, better than many museums. He isn’t afraid to drive them and race them. Having grown up a few blocks away from him my ears always knew when he was out driving one of them!

  4. Tom, you gave us enough video just to “whet our appetites”. Ten minutes is not enough time with this man and his collection. You could of spent ten minutes per car with this man and his stories and another ten minutes of him talking about the memorabilia hanging on his garage walls. After all, these are Cobras and this man was truly interesting with a great collection.

  5. This….Roadkill Garage and Jay Leno’s Garage….it’s all I watch as far as car shows go. The rest I can’t get through more than about 30 seconds.

  6. My jaw was literally on the floor the whole time. The coolest collection I have ever seen in my life. This guy gets it.

  7. This is one of the coolest guys I’ve seen on here yet, able to appreciate that we don’t live in a perfect world and not striving for perfection, just enjoying his cars and how they are.

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