"Owning eight rare classic Shelby collectibles certainly reflects good fortune. But things got even better for Musselwhite when he recently discovered what is arguably Canada's ultimate barn find — 40 current and future collectible vehicles stored in a Quonset hut at a Lethbridge dairy farm."
Musselwhite and friend Darren Boychuk jumped at the opportunity to spend $1.1 million for all 40 vehicles. Boychuk's E & S Motorcycles dealership in Fort Saskatchewan now looks like an exotic car sales lot with rows of fresh Corvettes, other exotics and pickup trucks parked there.
But Boychuk's shop at home holds the real crown jewels from the barn find — four Plymouth Prowlers and three Ford GTs. One of the rare lightweight, rear-engine 2006 Ford GTs is one of only 400 Heritage Edition models offered for sale. It shows only 10.8 miles on the odometer. It had been trucked to the dairy farm and never driven. All three Ford GT sports cars were sold through a Montreal dealership and have Canadian specifications.
Musselwhite and business partner Darren Boychuk are selling most of the 40 barn find vehicles. "They are flying out of here," Musselwhite says at the E & S Motorcycles dealership where many are stored.