50 classic and antique cars that were found in a Pennsylvania barn will be auctioned off by a YouTuber - see the whole collection
- Fifty cars found in a barn in Pennsylvania are now going up for auction with the help of a YouTube channel specializing in antique cars and hot rods from the World War II era.
- The collection originally belonged to Larry Schroll, who died in 2018, and is now being auctioned off by his family.
- Most of the cars are still in drivable condition and will only require a small about of maintenance.
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The collection originally belonged to Larry Schroll, who spent the majority of his life collecting classic cars from swap meets while living in Pennsylvania. Schroll died in 2018 and his family inherited the estate, including his secret massive car collection.
The family knew they wanted to auction off the vehicles to avoid the negotiations that come with selling a classic car. They had an auctioneer selected, but the auctioneer told them that he wasn't a "car guy" and couldn't distinguish differences between the collection, Matt Murray of IronTrap Garage told Business Insider.
Overwhelmed by the collection of classic cars, Schroll's family decided to reach out to Murray, who runs the YouTube channel IronTrap Garage that focuses on antique cars and hot rods from the World War II era.
Murray is now helping the family batch the cars to auction off while advertising the collection on his social media, including his YouTube channel that has about 56,600 subscribers.
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