Originally Posted by Rye GB
Has Jay Leno come sniffing around yet?, he's certainly got the cash and passion for everything in this collection.
Yes, he has as has all the Pebble Beach,Kruse Auction, Peterson crowd. The # of buyers for this type of stuff is not large.
Originally Posted by Nantucket Red
Any late '20s to early '30s Packards? (Eights or Twelves)
They have both.
Originally Posted by ANIKETOS
If they are selling i want some of these..Drop an email if you know they are
If you are serious and capable PM me. You would do better now than at auction. They are looking at a 2 to 3 year window to disperse the cars in an orderly manner, maximize the value and not depress the market.
Originally Posted by Threak
This post totally makes up for all your strange, rambling, crazy-old-man posts.
Well, Thanks I guess. I'm just not of the hip hop generation nor an Obama man.
The musician who I was with is a long time friend who is close to the car collecting world ( he has quite a collection himself ).
As to the " rambling, crazy-old-man posts" there might be some truth in that. But as long as one person is interested ( and it is true ), I'd rather post about Howard Hughes, Frank Mann, Craig Cullinan, the Hunt Brothers, Rex Cauble, Ron Jeremy, Larry Flynt and other legendary characters than a pair of Selvadge Jeans. I think redcaiman said he reads my historical posts. If no one read them, I won't post them.
I could do a blog, but I don't care to.
A turn of the Century car:
To a 1949 DelaHaye:
To a pristine 1956 Corvette:
There will probably never be an as large and eclectic car collection in the world assembled by an individual.