The 325 vintage American cars that one man has parked on a Colorado pasture are up for auction.

Randy Milan, the proprietor of a towing and repair firm, has used his enterprise well for himself throughout the years.
The Fort Collins, Colorado, man has spent the last 50 years accumulating a collection of 325 vehicles that require extensive maintenance.

There are 285 Chevrolets among them, including roughly 90 from only the years 1959 and 1960, according to his wife Deb, who told Fox News Digital that the brand is his favorite.

All of the cars are barn and farm finds that he collected over the years with the intention of restoring them in the future.

Randy Milan has been collecting run-down cars for a half-century.

Deb said that because he never sold any along the way and the vehicles have been scattered about in storage because he, at 68, has decided he will never have time to work on most of them, he has spent the past few months gathering them in a field for a sizable auction that will take place on Saturday, October 15.

Several Chevrolet El Caminos are in Milan's collection.

There are enough of them still that a very skilled mechanic could restore to life despite the fact that very few of them run and that many lack engines or even wheels.

The cars have been taking out of storage and brought to a single location for the auction.

Leading up to the on-site event, a few standouts have already drawn significant internet bids.

This 1959 Chevrolet Impala convertible without a motor or transmission could be worth over $100,000 if fully restored.

At the time this article was written, a 1959 Chevrolet Impala in relatively bad shape overall and without an engine or transmission had a bid of over $45,000. Fully restored versions of the automobile are worth well over $100,000.

Milan has around 90 Chevrolets from 1959 and 1960.

Another one in comparable poor condition has a price tag of around $25,000.

This 1958 Impala convertible still has its V8 and 96,367 original miles on the odometer.

Another 1958 Impala Convertible that has received bids over $20,000 still has its 348 cubic-inch V8 and 96,367 original miles on the odometer, but it also has an interior that has been entirely pulled apart.

Milan's 1963 Studebaker GT Hawk runs and has a relatively low 79,366 miles on it.

A 1963 Studebaker GT Hawk with just 79,366 miles on it and its 289 cubic-inch V8, power steering, power brakes, and dealer-installed air conditioning is one of the most odd vehicles available that actually runs and drives.


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The names of the drivers who raced this vintage midget race car are still painted on it.

Racing would enjoy a vintage midget race vehicle from Pennsylvania that still bears the names of the drivers that once raced it.

This 1966 Mercury Comet Cyclone convertible may be one of the 1966 Indy 500 commemorative pace car replicas.

The buyer will be responsible for authenticating a 1966 Mercury Comet Cyclone convertible with a fiberglass hood that is thought to be one of the 100 replica pace cars made to commemorate the 1966 Indianapolis 500.