A unique French barn that had a massive 100 car lineup was found this days. The impressive garage belonged to Roger Baillon, a French transport magnate who started his collection in the 50s.
In 1966 he had almost 200 cars, but due to business problems he had to sell about 100 cars.
The rest of the cars are the one in the gallery below. One of the most important car find in the barn is a Ferrari 250 GT SWB California Spider. Only 37 units were made. Another great cars found there are a 1956 Maserati A6G Gran Sport Frua and a Bugatti 57 Ventoux.
According to The Telegraph, 60 of the 100 cars will go on sale in a special auction that will be held in February by Artcurial during the Retromobile Salon. According to those men, the Ferrari should fetch up to 12 million Euros, while the Maserati should go for 1.2 million Euros.