When I moved to this small town 20 years ago a guy that ran a garage from the 1930's to about the late 60's had an acreage just outside of town that had right around 200-300 cars parked there. He accumulated them through the years as wrecks and just given to him by people who want to get rid of a non running car. The newest one there was a 1966 Impala 2DHT. He also would not sell anything out of the place to anyone. He often sat out there with a shotgun to keep vandals away. He let me go out there once and walk around, but would not sell me anything. About five years passed and he died. His only heir, son, hired a portable crusher as soon as he died to crush them all. The acreage was near a creek and partially flooded at times. He (son) told me he was afraid that once the property passed to him the DNR would make him clean it all up, including taking the soil down so far to get rid of where oil leaked over the years. This guy was even a car guy. He let me in to get a few things and sold some other parts and even whole cars - that people found out about by word of mouth. The crusher was out there for more than a week. I remember the first car crushed was a 1957 4 door chevy in pretty good condition. The front clip was about perfect. I often thought that if he would have had an auction, he would have made tons of $$$$$. But, he didn't care as he had tons of money already. All he wanted was those cars gone and nobody was going to tell him any different. (The apple didn't fall far from the tree) That was about 15 years ago. The Lambrecht auction reminded me of this treasure in this little town that was crushed and hauled away. By the way, the son died about five years after they were crushed.