Salem, Oregon is home to one of the world’s most complete muscle car collections.
There are about 600 automobiles in the Brothers Collection.
A 117,000-square-foot warehouse turned museum, which is not open to the public, houses 355, including muscle cars and exotic sports cars.
The collection is only accessible through private tours. The owners’ whereabouts and identity are kept a well-guarded secret.
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Here are a few cars from the collection
A 1970 Chevelle SS LS6 454 with 34.2 original miles.
This week, we have an incredible car from the Brothers Collection… a 1970 Chevelle SS LS6 454 with only 34.2 miles on the clock! It’s a brand new car that’s been kept in pristine condition for all these years.
Four 1969 Pontiac Trans Am convertibles — out of eight produced.
It was the ideal vehicle to purchase for individuals who desired the total luxury of a sports car as well as the feel of the wind in their hair. Unfortunately, there aren’t many of them left nowadays. It will make your day if you come upon one of these muscle cars that hasn’t been liquidated.
Custom car builder Gene Winfield and artist Harry Bradley offered the idea for what would become the 1969 Firebird Trans Am to Pontiac in the fall of 1967. They showed renderings of the Firebird Can-Am, which included the hood, fender air extractors, and rear wing that would finally make their way onto the 1969 Trans Am.
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A 1966 Shelby Mustang GT350, one of four built that year.
There was considerable disagreement about how many of the 1966 Shelby GT350 convertibles were actually made. The majority of aficionados thought there were only six GT350 convertibles built for the 1966 model year, however, that figure was proven erroneous after the paperwork was uncovered in Carroll Shelby’s Gardena office.
“Four experimental convertibles are being run through the shop at the present time,” according to paperwork dated June 7, 1966. One of these cars has been sold, and the other three will be used for testing in the run-up to the release of a 196712 GT350 convertible.” There were only four authentic 1966 Shelby GT350 convertibles made, and this beautiful specimen is the first. That’s right, out of the four Shelby GT350 Convertibles in the John Atzbach Collection, this 1966 Shelby GT350 Convertible is the first to be assembled. The Mecum auction in Indianapolis is now accepting bids on this sample.
Forty Corvettes, including three from 1953, the model’s first year.
Corvette evolved from being a spectacular concept car designed by Harley J. Earl to an (as yet unfulfilled) production automobile that was already garnering a lot of attention after the prototype’s incredible triumph at the 1953 Motorama in New York City.
General Motors put the Corvette on a fast track to production in order to capitalize on good public perception and extremely positive newspaper reviews.
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A 1959 Ferrari 250 GT LWB California Spyder worth about $8 million.
Have you ever wondered why the Ferrari 250 GT LWB California Spider is called “California”? This is why. A Ferrari dealer in the United States requested that the firm name an automobile after their largest market, and thus the name. For centuries, Hollywood has called California home, and money has never been scarce.
The sheer amount of millionaires in the state is mind-boggling even now. However, with the arrival of the information and technological age, a new generation of billionaires has developed. Returning to the California Spider, however. Soon, the 1958 Ferrari 250 GT California Spider LWB will be up for auction.