Re: Hobby gone viral

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Posted by Larry TX on April 13, 2020 at 10:58:30 [URL] [DELETE] :

In Reply to: Hobby gone viral posted by John in Mich on April 13, 2020 at 07:52:30:

I have to wonder how recent (or long ago) the video was made and if the collection has yet been sold or is pending - also where they're located and who the "he" mentioned throughout by the lady, is , or was, hmmmmm?
I've had the good fortune here in the Houston area to have toured the 800 plus vehicle collection of the late lawyer John O'Quinn, and also the 250 plus vehicle collection of the late real estate and business strip center mogul Jerry J. Moore; (the majority of these vehicles however were in pristine showroom condition, but were all sold off after the two owner's deaths). A long time Houston auto dealer, Tony Gullo, has a (believe it's 200 vehicles) classic auto museum 40 miles north of here in Magnolia TX where the members and I of both my antique tractor and military vehicles clubs have toured twice now. One of the finest MOPAR collections (and farm tyractors as well), the HEMI HIDEOUT, is owned by one of our former tractor club members and both groups have toured that museum as well; (check out on the I-net).

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