Here's a link to pictures and short films of a father/son collection of T's and parts in North Dakota now up for sale: http://picasaweb.google.com/104247857182293298749/ModelTFordFantasticBarnFindCol lection?authuser=0&authkey=Gv1sRgCKXyguH4i-7WTg&feat=directlink#
A 1926 runabout and a 1925 TT truck looks driveable, a 1919 touring looks to be more car than parts, otherwise a collection of unrestored bodies and parts. The ebay auction $65,000 buy it now-price seems totally unrealistic - the sellers best option is likely to arrange an on site auction. http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/221239653803
Looks to me the auctioneer or whoever put the information on Ebay went overboard on the description.
In my mind I agree with the thread title of being a large stash of T's and parts. The cars look to me to have been restored to a point over the years.
A barn find would be a stash of parts and unrestored T's and parts that have been 'in the barn' years and years and just set up.
These obviously didn't.
He would do better if he had an on site auction and sell the cars and parts one at a time.
The parts and cars will sell of course but not for what the auctioneer wants.
How do you know that???
Stan: It has to be true, I just read it on the internet. Dan
the building is modern. not to old. very cool. I like the camper.