In the newest Heasley book of Rare Finds, which I am doing a review on later when I find an appropriate venue, I was intrigued by the tale of a GT40 found out behind an auction barn sale. Apparently the guy who discovered it worked for the auction company and it was not included in the auction because they couldn't be bothered with some car he saw buried in the dirt. At first he thought it was just an engine but dug into the dirt and found suspension arms and realized it was a chassis which was eventually uncovered as a Salt Walther owned GT40. Later on the family selling the contents of the barn objected that this was not included in the auction and the discoverer who had bought it separately had to pay all over again for it. I was a little confused because I know a former LA fireman who told me he has the Salt Walther GT40. Maybe there's two of them. As far as I know he still has it--bought it from Salt while Salt was in the hospital recovering from burns from a racing accident.