When you look at Paul and Bob Milhous' 39,000 square foot showroom you feel as though you've been transported to another world from the past, filled with some of the most spectacular collectibles from around the globe.
The brothers have spent a lifetime collecting the pieces, ranging from a custom built carousel to a rare 1933 Chrysler Phaeton, but have decided to auction them off with the help of Sotheby's. The brothers had it set up as a museum, but it was never opened to the public.
Sotheby's divided the collection up into 550 lots, which include a large range of antique firearms from the late 19th century, a 1941 Ryan PT-22 Recruit Airplane, unique gasoline-powered tether cars and models, and a diverse series of slot machines, clocks and neon and porcelain signs.
At the last pound of the gavel Sotheby's is looking to bring in over $40 million, but after looking at the collection it seems that they'll get a lot more than that.
Check out the Milhous' collection for yourself: