The Godfather is considered by many to be one of the greatest films of all-time and approximately 90% of the movie was filmed in New York State. Remember the scene where the late James Caan's character Sonny Corleone was murdered? That was shot, no pun intended, at a toll booth on Mitchel Air Force Base on Long Island.

Would you believe that the car James Caan was driving in that scene would end up parked in a barn and left abandoned for many years? Want to see what became of the 1941 Lincoln Continental? Let's take a look.

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Less than 5 years ago members of the Hagerty YouTube Channel set out to explore a barn find featuring over 100 vehicles that have been sitting still for years. Along the way they discovered the 'Godfather Car' used in the movie.

According to Showbiz Cheat Sheet, producers had $6 million budgeted for this production, which wasn't a lot of money for a film such as this. This meant they had to be very efficient with each scene, especially one with explosives, blood and flying glass. This scene alone cost $100,000.

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In 1972 the car just had a few bullet holes in it, which you could probably buff out. Here's how it looked when discovered in a barn find. Then keep scrolling to also see what the 'Godfather House' looks like today.

Famous Godfather Car Found!

The crew from the YouTube Channel Hagerty have made some amazing barn find discoveries. On this trip they causally stumbled upon the 1941 Lincoln Continental used in the filming of The Godfather in 1972.

The Godfather Mansion in New York

Take a look around the iconic Godfather House in Staten Island, New York

New York Mob Boss John Gotti's Abandoned Mansion with Secret Room Discovered!

WARNING: Under no circumstances should you enter this property. By doing so you risk bodily harm and/or prosecution for trespassing on private property.

NY mob boss John Gotti's mansion sits abandoned in Old Westbury with many possessions still inside. The Gotti compound boasts a main house, a pool/guest house, a garage, a horse stable with an unfinished in-law apartment, an overgrown basketball court, and a triple-level hot tub/pool/swim-up bar. This was the mansion that Gotti's daughter Victoria called home with her 3 sons John, Carmine, and Frank. They filmed the reality show "Growing Up Gotti" here for 3 seasons in 2004 and 2005. After the feds raided the mansion in 2016, it has laid dormant with a lot of possessions left behind. What trespassers found was something no one expected. A hidden room behind a built-in bookshelf. Check it out!

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