Covered in dust: collection of cars found on the farm, worth 15 million euros (photo + video)

Well this is true, he found it hundred of cars, and 60 of them are in good condition, and it is believed that this collection is worth a whopping 15 million euros. These 60 cars will be offered at the auction to be held in February next year.

Among the found cars and rare Ferrari 250 GT SWB California Spider from 1961, which is produced in only 37 copies and only for that car collectors are reportedly ready to offer 12 million euros.

There are also other cars such as Maserati Gran Sport A6G Frua and Bugatti 57 Ventoux, as well as car Talbot-Lago, which was once owned by King Farouk of Egypt extravagant.

Cars belonging to Roger Baillon, French businessman who started to collect cars of the fifties. In the seventies he fell into financial difficulties and could not maintain the collection that owns.