Insane Muscle car collection

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The amount of million/multimillion dollar cars in that collection is quite disturbing. It has to be at least a 100 million dollar collection.
I’ve always wanted to know where the 65 Daytona super coupe went after watching the action and well now I know. That was a very unexpected and pleasant surprise to see. Along with the 4 out of 8 69 Trans Am convertibles, along with several of the 14 71 Hemi Cuda convertibles. The only really special car that would be an amazing addition to this collect would be the most valuable corvette in existence and only 2 produced. Also one of the 2 69 hurst olds convertibles and one of the 2 70 Hemi coronet convertibles.


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Wow. Holy shit. Wonder if he has and foxbodies etc. I bet he has a Buick GNX or two also.

I'm not sure whose collection is bigger. This guy's or the other YouTube vid someone posted last year or so with all the dark warehouses full of classic cars stored 2 high.
 

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I would get asked to leave because of excessive drooling. Awesome!

Maybe I missed it, but did he say where this is located?
 

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Just drop me off there first thing in the morning with a bag lunch and drink. Pick me up at 5:00.
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Apparently two guys from Oregon own it. They made their money in retirement homes.

Is this the "brothers" collection? That is what is shown off on "muscle car of the week." If you have not seen, check it out. They have a stupid collection. Multiples and in many cases first and last produced of every significant car you can think of from 60-73.

Edit: NM not the same.

 
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Incredible! Thanks for sharing. I'd love to have just one of those cars. The Shelby's were ridiculous but also really liked that green 69 Berger Camaro.
 

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