Gaston Rossato On How The Barn Miami’s Strong Digital Footprint Sets It Aside

Scout Mitchell, Contributor for Swords Today Posted on July 20, 2020

Provided the quick globalization and technological innovation that has taken the entire world by a storm it comes as no shock that cell know-how has streamlined the profits approach. It can make marketing and advertising easier, it permits viewers to knowledge the product or service before even purchasing it and can make it over-all far more available. Possibly this is why Gaston Rossato’s The Barn Miami has been undertaking so effectively in the income section. It is a single of the...

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Gaston Rossato, Owner Of The Barn Miami Bought His First Car At 9 Years Old, And Now He Is In The Spotlight Of Miami’s Explosive Car Scene

Karishhma Mago, Contributor for Net News Ledger Posted on July 19, 2020

Born in Argentina, Gaston’s family moved to the US when he was only six months old. His father worked in his own car business, exposing Gaston to cars from an early age – which is why it comes as no surprise that he carried out his own car deal when he was just nine years old! 

During his early years, Gaston learned the business from his dad while working at his dealership. When he was nine, he bargained and bought his neighbor’s car for a hundred dollars, and sold it...

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Gaston Rossato’s Car Dealership Is Dominating The Automotive Industry, What’s His Secret?

Brandon Carey Posted on July 19, 2020

Situated amid extravagant car dealerships sits a different and refreshing kind of dealer. A short distance from Florida’s famous Miami Beach, The Barn Miami, flaunts its two million dollar inventory and an extensive list of loyal customers. While it’s competitors have been around for ages, the millennial approach to doing business is what sets The Barn Miami apart. Their online storefront in addition to their physical space allows them to have a robust digital footprint, thus...

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How Gaston Rossato Turned His Side Hustle Into A Flourishing Automotive Dealership

Brandon Carey Posted on July 19, 2020

The Barn Miami is an online auto boutique with an inventory of over two million dollars currently – however, it was not always Gaston Rossato’s primary focus. While his father had been in the car business, Rossato went to college and worked as a claims adjuster with a major insurance company for a few years before he quit his job and started working on The Barn Miami full time. As someone who had always been interested in cars, Gaston would deal with vehicles on the side for...

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What we'd buy in 1985 (if extremely rich and nutty): the Aston Martin Lagonda

Brett Berk, Contributor for Auto Blog Posted on May 22, 2020

Brett Berk ponders the car that's just as outrageous (and temperamental) today as ever. 

1985 Aston Martin Lagonda 1
1985 Aston Martin Lagonda 1 Image Credit: Chris McCoy

The Barn Miami, a Florida specialty dealer in unique and exotic cars, has just listed this 9,000-mile, two-owner, 1985 Aston Martin Lagonda. Priced at $75,000, it seemingly represents not only a bargain (original list price was $150,000, or around $360,000 in today’s money) but an investment opportunity, and a chance to...

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The Barn Miami: A Nine-Year-Old’s Dream Realized

Trevor Ryan, Contributor for Speed Hunters Posted on May 21, 2020

Gaston Rossato was nine years old when he bought his first car. But it wasn’t for himself.

No, Gaston saw potential in the dirty and tired ’81 Corolla coupe three doors down when his neighbor stuck a for sale sign in it. The asking price was $200, but Gaston thought he could do better than that. So he talked to his dad Lucas, who owned a used car dealership, and convinced him that there...

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This Sbarro-Modified S-Class Coupe Is the Most Eighties Car Ever

Brett Berk, Contributor for Road and Track Posted on May 20, 2020

And it's got a "Raddest in Show" trophy from Radwood to prove it.

courtesy the barn miami

The C126-generation Mercedes S-Class Coupe of the 1980s is one of designer Bruno Sacco’s undisputed masterpieces, a perfectly proportioned pillar-less coupe that is equal parts elegance, exclusivity, and brash menace. But when it was new, a dozen or so individuals felt that this design lacked a certain quality—specifically, the quality of looking like a flying electric Braun razor.


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Mercedes 500 SEC (C 126): Sbarro Gullwing How the S-Class Coupé got gullwing doors

Klassik Auto Bild Posted on May 15, 2020
The coupé of the Mercedes S-Class W 126 series is regarded by its lovers as a stylistic masterpiece with perfect proportions. Affectionately known as the "Sseck", the SEC comes from the pen of design legend Bruno Sacco and beguiles not only its exterior with comfort, equipment, quality and incomparable handling. Today, however, connoisseurs appreciate the understatement of the Mercedes C 126 model series most. In the shrill 80s...
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