Classic cars auction in Florida
Image: RM Auctions
An auction involving hundreds of collectibles and classic cars is being sold in Boca Raton, Florida, this month after the closure of a museum owned by brothers Bob and Paul Milhous.
Amongst the extensive list of lots are a 1930 Duesenberg Model J Murphy convertible sedan and a number of other rare and venerable vehicles.
You might also want to buy a customised carousel which measures 46 feet across and contains a menagerie representing 42 different static animals.
The eclectic and eccentric mix of autos and other obscure items will go on sale between the 24th and 25th of February at the museum created and run by the brothers over the past five decades.
Although the museum is being closed, the brothers are committed to working together into the future, planning on building their portfolio of real estate.
Each may be in their mid 70s, but they said that they still have a passion for classic cars and have spent many years maintaining the vehicles in their collection.
Lots like this only come on the market at irregular intervals, so the auction is sure to attract big attention from across the country later this month.
UPDATE: RM Auctions sold the 1930 Duesenberg Model J Murphy convertible sedan for $990,000.