I found a post by a New york man who decided to retire and buy a plot of land in Portugal.
Not very interesting till now. This plot of land had a farmhouse and a massive warehouse with massive doors welded shut.
Luckily for this New Yorker, curiosity overtook him and he had to know what was in the barn before he destroyed it. So this guy bought some heavy-duty cutting material and cut through the welds of the doors and was met with some surprising finds.
There were 180 classic super cars and non super cars.
After looking at some other sites related to this, I have found that this may be considered as an urban myth. If only it was true, it can keep hope alive for some of us wanting to take a chance and get lucky!!
True story: The owner of the cars was a car dealer in the 1970s and 1980s, and decided to save the more interesting cars that came through his doors. When the barn was full, he padlocked and “soldered” the doors shut. (Perhaps welding was too permanent.)
here is a link to some more photo: