There was a time thirty years ago that my father found himself storing collectible cars in his warehouse in Sherman for a car collector. If he had decided to buy the cars from the collector, we would have had an instant car museum. It might have also been a good investment, but my dad was thinking more about antique furniture than he was about cars, so it never happened. My parents had been buying antique American Victorian walnut furniture at auctions since 1973, which was stored in another section of the warehouse.
Sorry about the poor video quality…it never transferred properly, but at least I have something on tape. We were in the early days of home color video cameras and DVD recorders. I’m still working on the best way to transfer things the best way to YouTube, also.
It would have been great to have a car museum, but my parent’s antique museum leading to our jazz museum was our path. Neither one was even an idea, yet, but they would both happen in their own time. This tape was from the mid to early 80’s. In settling my parent’s estate my sister got this warehouse, so it doesn’t look like I will ever have a car museum because I won’t have a warehouse to store them. But you never know how things work out, do you?