The Corvette in the Barn

More Great Stories of Automotive Archaeology

Tom Cotter, foreword by Keith Martin
AUD $29.99
It’s every car-guy’s fantasy—to casually peer into a long-forgotten garage or barn or warehouse and find the car he has searched for his whole life. Corvette in the Barn is a collection of true, often amazing, stories and essays about car collectors and enthusiasts who have discovered unusual and desirable cars, forgotten in all manner of locations from barns, to old-school junkyards, to farmer’s fields. These are the stories that fuel the dreams of car collectors everywhere. See Tom Cotter, author of Motorbooks “In the Barn” series, interviewed by Jay Leno on

Author bio:

Tom Cotter writes regularly for Road & Track and other magazines and has a deep-seated love for motorcycle and automotive rescue. The Corvette in the Barn is his fourth book about the lure of collector vehicle archaeology. The Cobra in the Barn, winner of a 2006 International Automotive Media Award, was the first and was followed by The Hemi in the Barn and The Vincent in the Barn. Cotter most recently authored the biography of car builder extraordinaire Dean Jeffries.Tom has been in and around cars and bikes all of his life. He built one of the most successful PR agencies in motorsports, with a client list ranging from NASCAR to the SPEED Channel. Cotter lives in Davidson, North Carolina.

Category: History
ISBN: 9780760337974
Publisher: Quarto US
Imprint: Motorbooks
Series: In the Barn
Pub Date: September 2010
Page Extent: 256
Format: Hard Cover
Age: 0 - 0
Subject: History