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ClassicsCheck Out All the Neat Cars Stashed Away in This Former 1940s Buick Dealership

10:30  27 january  2019
10:30  27 january  2019 Source:   roadandtrack.com

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Instead of keeping his cars in an unmarked garage in the middle of nowhere, Robert Kirk, the owner of this collection, acquired an old art-deco style Buick dealership that was built in 1941 in the months leading up to World War We can't think of a better way to keep a bunch of classic cars hidden away .

Stashed Away in This Former 1940 s Buick Dealership : This Is the Best Time of the Week to Buy a Car Robert Kirk, the owner of this collection, acquired an old art-deco style Buick dealership that Two identical 1987 Buick Grand Nationals have completed their journey from decades in storage to

Check Out All the Neat Cars Stashed Away in This Former 1940s Buick Dealership© Hagerty Ironically, none of them are Buicks.

It's not often you see a vintage car collection stored in a building that's as cool as the cars. That's exactly what Tom Cotter of Hagerty'sBarn Find Hunter stumbled upon in the latest episode of his series, when he goes to Illinois to follow up on a lead.

Instead of keeping his cars in an unmarked garage in the middle of nowhere, Robert Kirk, the owner of this collection, acquired an old art-deco style Buick dealership that was built in 1941 in the months leading up to World War II. It stayed open until the 1990s, but kept that incredibly cool '40s charm the whole time. There are curved windows and yellow walls on the outside, and tons of great original logos and cool designs remaining inside. We can't think of a better way to keep a bunch of classic cars hidden away.

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Check Out All the Neat Cars Stashed Away in This Former 1940 s Buick Dealership . Sunday 10:30, 27 january 2019. But that’s not all the classic muscle the funny man owns. When you’re a comedian who can literally sell out stadiums, having an awesome car collection just comes with the territory.

New cars also cost more than ,000 on average, and pickups, sport utility vehicles and crossovers can average as much as ,000 more . On average, 7.5% of the original owners of cars from those model years still own those cars . Put another way, those owners have kept their cars for at least 15.

Kirk has a serious collection, too. He shows Cotter his Lamborghini Espada, Jaguar E-Type, De Tomaso Pantera, Facel Vega and several of his other cars, many of which are under covers. We're not jealous. Not one bit.

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