Traveling around Sonoma County, California’s famous wine country, I’ve discovered many survivor cars and barn finds in side alleys and city streets.
These cars are a tribute to their owners, not because they spend hours in restoration work, but they just keep them on the road, many cases as daily drivers.
I like how the cars are casually kept by the roadside. The locals surely keep a good watch on the classic car which decorates the street-side. Recently I’ve spotted 1964 Mustang, numerous F100, a 1967 Volkswagen Karmann convertible, a GMC 150 pickup and many others.
Some of these are almost crossed between a survivor and a barn find. All appear to be in perfect running order. The F100 in Monte Rio was started and idling, probably getting it’s weekly warm-up to keep everything in running order.
If you see any barn finds, survivor cars, or anything you would like to share in the realm of classic cars, classic pickups, and classic motorcycles, send us a note.