Most of the cars on display are for sale. If you visit once a year, I guesstimate the turnover of cars is around 20%. My biggest complaint involves the display. This place seriously needs freshening up. The fluorescent bulbs and ugly 1990s high school classroom blue carpeting have got to go.
Without further ado, here are my favorite cars:
1963 Ford Thunderbird Italien concept car
Engine bay of 1987 Buick GNX ($95,000; 5,480 miles)
Lancia 037 bought new in Guatemala
1 of 2 RHD Ferrari Superfast Series II ($1.8 million) (and look at that atrocious lighting!)
1968 Toyota Corona RT-52 Coupe with 2,274 original miles ($25,500). I love the diversity of the collection. So long as the car is cool and interesting, it's in!
1980 Peugeot 505 sedan with less than 8,000 km for $39,500
1954 Rolls-Royce Silver Wraith Vignale Saloon ($450,000)
Ford RS200 traffic jam
1956 Lancia C10 Appia panel van ($65,000)
1954 Alfa Romeo 1900SS Ghia coupe ($325,000)
Ferrari Daytona and Datsun 280ZX
1961 Aston Martin DB4GT Superleggera
1966 Bizzarini P538 Spyder prototype (red) and 1967 Bizzarini P538 Coupe (white)