Forza Horizon 4 Barn Finds is one of the open-world racer’s many activities, where rare cars are abandoned across the map, acting as a collectible type.
Once located, you can then restore and race them. Not only that, but specific Barn Finds are locked behind the game’s four seasons – or the purchase of the particular property.
1983 Audi Sport Quattro
The 1983 Audi Sport Quattro is an icon of German engineering, the best performing road, and rally. This gem can be found just south-east of the slate quarry, in a small forest beside the Derwent Reservoir.
1986 Ford Escort RS Turbo
This aged RS Turbo can be found high in the sky, west of the Glen Rannoch signage on the world map. Ascend among the highlands and head to the indicated location, leads to a 1986 Ford Escort RS Turbo and a breath-taking view.
1993 Jaguar XJ220
One of our list’s first true British classics is the 1993 Jaguar XJ220, offering a modern take on Jaguar design’s timeless luxury. Head down a small private road just east of Ambleside to find this vehicle’s resting place.
1961 Jaguar E-Type S1
Heading south-east of Tarn Hows, players will stumble upon the 1961 Jaguar E-Type S1. This locale can be found near a small body of water, hidden among the trees’ depths.
1997 Lotus Elise GT1
Exploring the south-west forest surrounding the slate quarry will uncover the not-so-long-lost 1997 Lotus Elise GT1. Venturing only slightly away from the pit ledge will reveal this admired touring car, among the best of the barn find vehicles.
1966 MG MGB GT
Another British classic, the 1966 MG MGB GT, can be found deep in the fields of Astmoor. After driving to the designated location, follow the trees bordering the area to find the barn.
1965 Mini Cooper S
The 1965 Mini Cooper S can be found south-west of Derwent Water. Just off the waterside, the barn is among a small area of trees.
1998 Subaru Impreza 22B STI
This formidable rally car is found along the southern side of Lakehurst Forest, among dense foliage. You’ll find a small opening containing the bar, unlocking the 1998 Subaru Impreza 22B STI.
1962 Triumph Spitfire
The 1962 Triumph Spitfire can be hard to find unless you know where to look. Head to the Express railyard’s east side, looking for a group of trees surrounding the barn.
1998 TVR Cerbera Speed 12
The Greendale Airstrip stows the 1998 TVR Cerbera Speed 12, located just east of the runway. Visiting the indicated location, find the barn running against a line of trees.
1931 Bentley Blower
The 1930 Bentley Blower is the hardest barn to obtain in Forza Horizon 4, requiring some hefty playtime. This vehicle is a property exclusive, locked behind the purchase of “Bamburgh Castle” on the east coast. Priced at 10,000,000 CR, it requires some massive investments to unlock the barn. However, once acquired, the barn is just a few meters down the coastline.
Summer Season Exclusive – 1962 Peel P50
Forza Horizon 4’s busy seasons are a key draw of the new entry, meaning an ever-changing landscape every week. Summer-exclusive cars like the 1962 Peel P50 will return every four weeks on Friday. Once summer returns, head to the forest between Ashbrook and Uffington White Horse to uncover this tiny vehicle.
1960 Aston Martin DB4 GT Zagato – Autumn Season Exclusive
Like other season-exclusive cars, the 1960 Aston Martin DB4 GT Zagato is only available in the autumn season. Just a short drive south of the Horizon Festival Site is an easy find once the season turns.
1973 Land Rover Range Rover – Winter Season Exclusive
Unlocked when the snow hits the ground, the winter barn find is pretty easy to find. Head to the island in the middle of the now-frozen Derwent Water, and you’ll find a lovely old Range Rover waiting for you.
Spring Season Exclusive – 1964 Ford GT40 MK1
Nestled at the edge of the wooded area right by the “Moorhead Wind Farm” text on the map, you’ll find the Ford GT40 MK1. Probably the finest of all the barn find and only available in the spring.
Lego Speed Champions DLC – 1974 Porsche 911 Turbo 3.0 Lego Speed Champions edition
In the Lego Speed Champions DLC, there’s one more; different unique barn find to acquire. In the style of the DLC, this Porsche 911from 1974 is a Lego Speed Champions car. When it pops, it’s easy to find, head towards the northern part of the map, and you’ll locate it in the large group of trees south of the Falcon Speedway and to the left of the desert area.
[wps_faq style=”classic” question=”Q: How do you get barn finds in Forza Horizon 4?”]A: You need to return to your primary home, the house you have registered as your main home. From there, operate to the Garage screen and then choose Barn Finds in the lower right corner. This will open up a list of all Barn Find vehicles. Click the car you discovered and select collect.[/wps_faq][wps_faq style=”classic” question=”Q: When can you find barn finds in Forza Horizon 4?”]A; Forza Horizon 4 Barn Finds aren’t unlocked until after you’ve completed the first few hours of Forza Horizon 4, but they’re well worth tracking down once you’ve opened them.[/wps_faq][wps_faq style=”classic” question=”Q: How long do barn finds take to restore Forza Horizon 4?”]A: Just give it time. My Bentley barn find took about a week of on and off playing to get repaired finally. It will eventually complete. One of mine took about two weeks in real-time.[/wps_faq][wps_faq style=”classic” question=”Q: Can I sell a car on Forza Horizon 4?”]A: To sell cars in Forza Horizon 4, open up the main menu, and then tab your way over to the Cars section by pressing RB. From there, assuming you have progressed far enough into the game (it won’t take that long), you can go to Festival. Do that as that’s where you’ll find the option to sell cars.[/wps_faq]
Discovering all the barns in Forza Horizon 4 won’t take players too long, though the main wait will be for the seasonal shifts in-game. With all the barns located, players will have a decent supply of vehicles to use, especially if the barns are unlocked early in the game. Share your valuable thoughts and suggestions in the comment box section below.