Paradise does exist for classic car lovers – it’s called Arnold’s Park
Image: Thomas's Pics, 2012
For most people, getting their classic car fix involves jumping from hotspot to hotspot during the summer trying to take in just as many classic car cruises as humanly possible. Held in the parking lots of diners, the VFW’s, and basically anywhere else they can pull a permit, these fixtures of summer time are not going to disappear anytime soon.
However, one man – a Mr. Toby Shine – transformed a 65,000 ft.² building into the ultimate classic car show room. Yes, that this is a man cave and everything else for classic car nuts.
Complete with a show room designed to mimic downtown Main Street,, Anytown USA around the 1960s, Mr. Shine is able to display up to 150 of his favorite classic cars in as close to the natural habitat as humanly possible. Offering maybe one of the broadest ranges of classic cars in a private collection in the United States, it’s difficult not to have your jaw hit the ground the moment that you step inside.
Open to the general public – especially the museum and working classic car restoration garage – you need to check out this incredible feat of engineering (and an amazing classic car collection) just as soon as possible.