After the death of the man collection to sell at a charity auction.
Farmer James Graham from the city of Wheaton, Minnesota, not long ago died at the age of 88 years. Unfortunately, the man lived a lonely life and, therefore, were not heirs who could sell a collection of vintage cars, with more than 200 copies. They will all be sold in the auction Vanderbrink Auctions.
In a video released to local media, it is clear that the Graham collection is stored partly in the garage and partly outside. It included such unique models as Edsel Pacer 1958 Packard 200 1954 Studebaker Champion, Ford F-3, Pontiac Chieftain 1954 and sedan Rambler from American Motors Corporation (AMC).
It is noted that the owner particularly loved the two-door Ford, 1939, which in the last century with his hands he turned into a convertible. This car formed the basis of his collection. Over the years, the life of Graham managed to collect more than 500 copies, but not all of them survived until our days.