He has put together quite a space to do all of those things, plus have
I saw 2 '59 Bel-Air's, a 74 Charger(shortened), a 74 El Camino, a '64 Impala
and what I think was a 49 Plymouth. Also, a kick-ass 70's Trans-Am.
The truly amazing stuff was the WWII and before style artwork all over the
walls, including a very large piece replicating the nose of a bomber and
a banner in the style of a circus sideshow.
Unbelievably detailed and nuanced work involving an era of American
history that is fascinating.
Also, he's just a really awesome guy with a fascinating history and
outlook on life.