http://autos.sympatico.ca/weird-automotive-news/9903/150-brand-new-1997-neons-uncovered-in-singapore There're what car guys call "barn finds" - an old, hidden gem of a car tucked away under a cover in a barn - and then there's this. Tucked away in a warehouse in Singapore. 150 never-driven 1997 Chrysler Neons. And they're all for sale. Price? About $1,350 each, a real steal for a technically new car. As Motor Authority notes, judging by the dust they've probably spent their entire lives parked there, wherever "there" is, untouched for 14 years. The swath of compact Chryslers are all right-hand drive, have a spare wheel, but don't have a stereo, according to the seller. Add it up and the price for the lot of them is over $200,000. But wouldn't it be neat? You could drive a new-old car every week for three years if you took all 150. Assuming, of course, the hoses haven't degraded, the plastics haven't cracked and the dust hasn't clogged any vents or things.