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Forza Horizon 4 Barn Finds guide: Where to find all cars

Forza Horizon 4 Barn Finds are a great way to beef up your garage with very little effort — we’ll use this page to show you exactly where to find the special cars.

As is Horizon tradition, a total of 15 17 cars can be added to your garage simply by finding them. This year, though, some finds are limited to one of Horizon 4‘s seasons, meaning you’ll have to be on the ball on when to search. As you can see above, the barns themselves are half-mooned shaped, brick-fronted and covered in rusted metal (which makes them pretty difficult to spot in Autumn!).

You’ll receive notification of a barn find at various points in the game; they’ll be marked with a purple search area when that happens. Our handy guide means you’ll be able to call off the search party and head straight to the loot — we’ll separate the list into all-season and limited-season finds.

This guide is a relative work in progress — we can’t find the season-specific barns until that season rolls around! Horizon 4 rotates between Autumn, Spring, Summer and Winter and each season lasts a full week.

We’ve included two screenshots for each location — a point on the in-game map alongside a drone shot (with the mini-map included) to help you better track down the locations. Enjoy!

All-season barn finds

1993 Jaguar XJ220

This one is right of Ambleside, in the middle of a large, open patch of land.

1986 Ford Escort RS Turbo

This beast of a machine can be found up at the top of Glen Rannoch — look for a nearby antenna tower to help find it.

1997 Lotus Elise GT1

This is located near the Slate Quarry — find the Danger Zone nearby and look just off the road you’d use to jump off the zone itself.

1993 Subaru Impreza 22B STI

This car is south of Lakehurst Forest, near an off-road T-intersection.

1997 Jaguar E-Type S1

This one is southwest of the Horizon Festival, near an off-road U-shaped road.

1998 TVR Cerbera Speed 12

This one’s right next to the Greendale Airstrip at an actual farm. There’s a first time for everything, eh?

1983 Audi Sport Quattro

This one is southeast of the Slate Quarry and just south of the Derwent Reservoir.

1965 Mini Cooper S

This one is in the south west corner of the Derwent Water and north of Ambleside.

1962 Triumph Spitfire

This one’s south of Glen Rannoch and near the Express Railyard. You can almost use the railyard’s map arrow to point out the spot itself.

1966 MG MGB GT

This one can be found north of Astmoor.

Bentley Blower

This one requires a cool 10,000,000 credits to purchase Bamburgh Castle first. No biggie, eh?

Once you unlock the rumour, it’s south of the castle itself.


We’ve found a rumourless barn find south of the Glenfinnan Viaduct and northwest of Mortimer Gardens.


The final rumourless barn find is west of Astmoor on a cliff. Scenic, eh?

Autumn-specific barn finds

1960 Aston Martin DB4 GT Zagato

This one can be found in Autumn only and is south of the Festival site.

Summer-specific barn finds

1962 Peel P50

The Summer barn find is south of Uffington White Horse, west of Ashbrook and northwest of The Gables (one of your homes).

Winter-specific barn finds

1973 Range Rover Land Rover

The Winter barn find it in the middle of Derwent Water. You’ll need to wait for the seasonal change to freeze the lake so we can drive across it.

Forza Horizon 4 heads to Windows PC and Xbox One on 2 October. The game’s is part of the Xbox Game Pass and Xbox Play Anywhere programs.

Spring-specific barn finds

1964 Ford GT40 MKI

This season-specific car is north of the Moorhead Wind Farm. In the map below, don’t get the real location (the arrow) confused with a barn find rumour that’s displayed to the west.

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