Find all 14 barns containing the game’s best-hidden speedsters.
This vintage Beemer is hidden inside a barn to the west of Guanajuato. The exact location is at the base of a small hill, located just off a major mountainside road.
This classic American muscle car can be found in a barn in the South-central Gran Pantano region. The precise area is heavily forested, so it might take you a while to spot.
Situated in the Cordillera region, between Teotihuacan and Granjas de Tapalpa. You’ll find the barn on some gentle hills, seconds from the main road.
Drive along a short dirt trail near a main road to the northwest of the Hotel Mirador Balderrama to find this Mustang.
This speedster can be found near Forza Horizon 5’s active volcano, La Grand Caldera. Mercifully, the gentle hillside road this barn lies at the end of is lava-free.
Drive to the fields south of Tierra Prospera region and you’ll spot this barn near a blue shed.
Brave the muddy roads to the west of Cascadas de Agla Azul at one of the most southern corners of the map to find the barn that houses this classic car.
Find this Jag in the La Selva region, just a little north of Aerodromo en la Selva. The nearby-abandoned airfield features in one of the Horizon Adventure story missions.
Drive to the northwest of Colinas Aridas and you’ll eventually find this barn in a hilly, forested area. Look out for a bright red house and you're as good as there.
This French speed demon is located to the west of Gran Telescopio, not too far from the beaches of Dunas Blancas at the northwest of the map.
See those things that look like crop circles, close to the Baja California region? Drive to the edges of the more southerly one and you’ll discover this Barn Find.
Find this Chevy near a bridge located in the wetlands southwest of Los Jardines.
You’ll find this Italian dream machine near the beaches of the Rivera Maya towards the southeast of the map. This is another heavily forested area, so keep your eyes peeled.
The final Barn Find is near Los Jardines, east of Tierra Prospera. It’s hidden at the end of a narrow dirt trail to the northeast of a roundabout.
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